It’s not like this is new to him: as a power player in the human resources and recruitment industry, LaVoie has been helping Americans find jobs for 15 years.
In crafting season one, the “Top Recruiter” chief had to do some recruiting of his own. He assembled a team of five executive recruiters, the type of power players that recruit job candidates vying to be Burger King’s next global head of marketing.
“These top recruiters were selected to educate us through various entertaining challenges,” said LaVoie. “They are here to shed light on what is within our power: to get the job you want and to move up the ladder within your career.”
The ten-episode Web show takes place in Miami, one of the most luxurious cities in America. At odds with that honor: the city is also one of those hardest hit by the recession.
Will Smith would be disappointed to find that not too many drive hundred-thousand-dollar cars and keeping up with the Joneses has never been harder. Perhaps “Top Recruiter” will redeem Smith’s pride in Miami.
LaVoie plans to shop the show to the major networks – not an easy task in today’s age of tablets, DVRs and a bazillion TV channels.
Thanks to the series’ unique recipe, he might pull it off.
Miami luxury and beautiful women get viewers watching, while fun challenges and job advice from the recruiting world’s brain trust keeps them coming back.
Due to popular demand, Top Recruiter is currently being remastered into 4K resolution. In addition, the producers are going deep into the vault, where they are going to share new stories, scenes, backstories, and many surprises. There will be a total of 3 seasons, and the reboot will have a new name, Top Recruiter: Miami. Premieres 2021 on Amazon Prime, Apple TV, Roku, Xbox, H2HTV and many more outlets in 31 counties worldwide.