Emser Tile named one of “50 Best Companies to Sell For”

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Emser Tile Central Distribution CenterLos Angelas—Emser Tile ranked 28 on Selling Power magazine’s list of the “50 Best Companies to Sell For” in 2020. This follows last year’s ranking of 29 on the overall list.

“To again be named on Selling Power’s list of top 50 companies to sell for validates Emser’s continued focus on our employees, principle-centered leadership and our commitment to achieving the best for our customers,” said Erika Croy, vice president of human resources. “This award is recognition of our dedicated sales team’s focus on training and fostering a collaborative selling environment. Our success comes from the deep knowledge base and quality character of our sales team.”

This is the 20th consecutive year the list has appeared in Selling Power magazine, which has been in publication since 1981. The list encompasses companies of all sizes, with salesforce numbers ranging from fewer than 100 salespeople to companies with thousands. To gather data, the Selling Power research team issued a comprehensive application with detailed sections covering these categories: 1) Compensation and Benefits; 2) Hiring, Sales Training and Sales Enablement; and, 3) Customer Retention. Sections were also provided for companies to spotlight any other information about their sales organization and culture that would help the research team fine-tune the rankings.

“Recent shakeups around the globe mean more top sales talent is available to hire, and potential candidates need tools to help weigh options and guide their career choices,”said Gerhard Gschwandtner, founder and publisher of Selling Power. “Each company on this list has created a winning sales culture in its own unique way, with the right tools in place to support a growth-oriented sales career over the long haul.”

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