The search for the abandoned fishing vessel Alaska Juris has been called off.Listen nowThe unified command in charge of the search — consisting of the Coast Guard, Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, and the Fishing Company of Alaska — in a press release say the vessel is presumed sunk in the Bering Sea in 5,400 feet of water.According to the release, the Unified Command activated the fishing vessel Alaska Endeavor, the salvage tug Resolve Pioneer, and a Coast Guard HC-130 Hercules aircraft for the search.An unrecoverable diesel sheen was discovered in the search area, and is believed to have come from the Alaska Juris.The hunt for the vessel was called off after searching from July 28th through the 30th northwest of Adak and along the vessels projected drift route.
So your startup has found a huge handful of great candidates … how do you know whether they ought to be sales or management? If you learn to spot the difference between Hunters and Farmers, your recruiting process may run smoother than ever.What’s the difference between Hunters and Farmers?Eliot Burdett explains:Hunters are …“… typically competitive with a high drive to win, they enjoy “the chase” and think every rejection gets them one step closer to a sale. They are confident and eternally optimistic believing they can close any prospect, and persisting until they do.”Farmers are …“… typically very confident, relationship oriented and organized. They are more likely to remember a client’s birthday than a hunter and enjoy getting together with clients to stay in touch even if there is no deal on the table making them exceptional at providing ongoing service, winning up-sells and growing accounts.”So where should you place a Hunter and where should you place a Farmer? Read on to find out!AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis