3. Dixie Agostino - Switchgear Search and Recruiting

45 minutes

Dixie Agostino is the owner and founder of the award-winning, Tulsa-based staffing agency, SwitchGear Search and Recruiting.

Dixie started SwitchGear in 2010 with a unique focus on individuals and relationships. In the years since its founding, SwitchGear has become a powerhouse staffing agency that has helped put countless people into positions where their skills and strengths are maximized. For her leadership, Dixie has been named a Journal Record Most Admired CEOs honoree and the Tulsa Regional Chamber’s Young Entrepreneur of the Year.

In this episode, Dixie discusses the struggles and near-death experiences of her business, the process of finding the best possible talent for a company, and her take on work/life balance.

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