Hire X-Men.

A recent post from Mashable discusses the following three hiring questions that Amazon founder, Jeff Bezos, outlined over 15 years ago that are still incredibly important, but often overlooked today:   Will you admire this person? Will this person raise the average level of effectiveness of the group they’re entering? Along what dimensions might this […]

Pioneer in the Workplace: Intramurals and Fitness

One of the most unique ways that a company can be a true pioneer in the workplace is to foster a healthy work environment with ways to decrease employee stress and increase employee camaraderie.   “Behavioral factors contribute to the emotional benefits of exercise. As your waistline shrinks and your strength and stamina increase, your […]

Guest Blogger, Claire Bedford: HR Internship Takeaways

What a humbling experience it’s been working here at MultiView. I’m so thankful that I was given an opportunity to intern in the Human Resources department of the company. As far as the day-to-day tasks these past three weeks, I have mostly helped enter potential candidates into the applicant tracking system and filed various documents […]

Pioneer in the Workplace: Imagine a Million-Dollar Idea

Mashable recently published the article, What Are Effective Methods for Brainstorming a Million-Dollar Idea? In it, points such as going meta, combining concepts, being sensitive to pain, bringing tools to an existing problem, and adapting to changing conditions can all be found in the entrepreneurial spirit of the MultiView employee. Read the rest of the article here. […]

Guest Blogger, Austin Dicharry: Developing a Sales Approach

It’s been a topic of debate for the better half of a century. Which sales practice yields the best results? Every organization wants to know which approach they should implement in order to receive the best results. However, the answer may not be as easy as choosing a single practice.   The B2B buying process […]

A Day in the Life of the MultiView DJ

The current DJ here at MultiView is a young man by the name of Dutch Lamons.  He has motivation in his bones, and uses that motivation to foster a fun and positive atmosphere at MultiView. The combination of a charismatic attitude and broad music knowledge make him a great MJ (MultiView’s DJ). Dutch arrives before 7 […]

Pioneer in the Workplace: Whose Grass is Greener?

During my daily perusing sesh on Mashable (gotta stay hip with the times, feel me?), I stumbled upon an article that really hit home for me. Exhibit A: 5 Factors to Consider Before Accepting a Job Offer. Basically, in today’s job market it is oh-so-easy to have a “grass is greener” mindset before you really […]

Pioneer in the Workplace: Kayla in Cabo

It seems like I was just blogging about some of the crazy-awesome spiffs we had in June (oh, that’s right, I WAS). Well, ladies and gentleview crew, we have just outdone ourselves! On Wednesday, MultiView released yet another getaway spiff—perhaps the most sought after spiff. Two words: CABO. RAFFLE. One emotion: AHHH!   As per […]

Did June-o We’re Spiffy?!

At MultiView, we get spiffs. I mean, we really, really get spiffs. Let’s talk about how much we “got it” in June 2014. (Oh, P.S., for those who aren’t completely in-the-loop, I’ll fill you in: a spiff is basically an immediate bonus for a sale… i.e. a sales contest.)   Let’s review the spiffs we, […]


Last year, right about this time, I blogged about The Jackpot of Internships—The MultiView Internship. Nothing has changed. Our internships are still awesome. They’re still paid. Our sales interns still get commission (whhaaat?). Oh, and as per usual, our sales interns are killer. If you’ve walked the floor on a huge sales day, you’re no stranger […]

Job-Hunting 101

You are here. On the job market. Please allow me to be your tour guide on your quest for employment. I’m willing to disclose some tips and tricks that I look for in a candidate as a recruiter at MultiView. We’ll start from the beginning: the resume. This is going to sound incredibly obvious, but […]

Pound It: Time for Some *Friendly* Competition

Any polite business etiquette is demolished the second my toes hit the sand—the sand is my city, err town. Welcome to Pound Town (i.e. the team to *try to* beat). We stay true to our name, too. Exhibit A: 2013’s MultiView Sand Volleyball Champs trophy on my desk (i.e. cold, hard, golden plastic proof that we, in […]

Hanger Management

I don’t get hungry—I get hangry. If you’re unfamiliar with this adjective, consider yourself #blessed. Allow me to educate you per this awesome blog in the HuffPost—“Hanger, for the unacquainted, is the emotion where hunger and anger intersect, and it is a lonely, terrifying place. There are lots of reasons we get hangry, but for […]

MultiView: Miami Bound

Spring Break. Probably one of the most ultimate collegiate experiences. You know what I’m talking about—the week of party-filled bliss on the beach of your choice (by choice, I mean South Padre Island or Miami, btw). The end result is usually 437 pictures, of which 3 you’ll actually show your parents upon your return to reality […]

Kicktators – In it to Win it

I don’t have a clue who won the MultiView Cup for Kickball last year because it’s completely irrelevant. It’s completely irrelevant because it wasn’t MY team. A fluke. I take my intramurals very seriously, and you can bet that the Kicktators—my team, obvs—are out for blood. You know where this is going: it’s time to round […]