3 BIG Reasons to Invest in Your Split Partners
The best way to learn how to make more placements in a split placement network is to see how other recruiters have made placements with their split partners.
That’s why we present such placements every week in The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog.
These placements tell a story, and like all great stories, they end with a placement fee. (“They lived happily ever after.”) However, to write a great story yourself, you must invest in your split partners.
Below are three BIG reasons to invest in your split partners:
We can’t emphasize this enough. Every single day in Top Echelon’s recruiter network, members share exceptional candidates with one another.
And every single day, recruiters in Top Echelon Network make split placements with each other because of the exceptional candidates that they’ve shared.
It’s all about the candidates! More candidates!
#2—Help during the placement process
Being a recruiter is NOT easy. The recruiting process is long. Hiring managers can be clueless. (You didn’t say that, I did.) Candidates can be secretive and stubborn. Face it: some help would be nice.
That’s exactly what you get with a quality split recruiting partner, somebody who can help you navigate the long and winding road to Placement City. (“Fall-offs and turn-downs and no-shows, oh my!”)
#3—Looking like a rock star to your clients
When you present exceptional candidates and you present them quickly, you look good in the eyes of your clients. When you look good in the eyes of your clients, hiring managers give you more job orders.
And when hiring managers give you more job orders, you fill them with more exceptional candidates from your split partners. It’s almost like a system . . . or something.
So if YOU want exceptional candidates, help during the placement process, and to look like a rock star with your clients, then invest in your split partners!
Also, contact Top Echelon Director of Network Operations Drea Codispoti, CPC/CERS at 330.455.1433, x156 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Because Drea is already a rock star.)