A Split Placement ‘Over 8 Months in the Making’

Question: “What’s the best kind of Trading Partner?”

Answer: “One who’s in it for the long haul and isn’t afraid to stick it out to make a deal happen.”

'Comments' and ComplimentsIn this installment of”‘Comments’ and Compliments,”we look at just such a split placement situation.  As any recruiter can attest, some placements happen quickly, and others . . . do not.  That’s why when a Trading Partner is committed to a split placement, no matter how long it takes, that Trading Partner deserves kudos.  In this case, both recruiters were rewarded with a split placement fee, as well as the knowledge that they have a Trading Partner upon which they can fully count.

How you made a split placement with another Top Echelon Network Preferred Member recruiter that took a lengthy amount of time?  Would you like to compliment that Trading Partner for their commitment and their investment of time and energy?  Then send your comments to marketing@TopEchelon.com, and they’ll appear in a future issue of The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog.

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Ron SunshineGreg Downs“This placement was over 8 months in the making.  Location was a big drawback, and the client would not budge on the requirements.  Greg was my partner in this from the beginning.  He kept feeding me candidates until we found the one who was a perfect fit in all categories.  Hats off to Greg!”

Submitted by Ron Sunshine of Ron Sunshine Associates regarding his split placement with Greg Downs of Downs Associates

Fee Percentage—25%

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David Kersey“Tim, thanks for your great assistance!  Let’s get another split!”

Submitted by David Kersey of Kersey & Associates, Inc. regarding his split placement with Tim Hughes of Hughes & Associates

Fee Percentage—25%

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Remember, if you have compliments for a Trading Partner regarding a split placement, please email them to marketing@TopEchelon.com.

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