Class is ALWAYS in Session for Split Placements

At Top Echelon Network, we’re always looking for a textbook example of a split placement—and we have not one, but two in this week’s installment of “’Comments’ and Compliments”!

'Comments' and ComplimentsAnd to top it all off, the recruiters involved made their first split placement with one another.  In fact, the first pair of recruiters listed below have been Preferred Members of the Network for a combined 35 years.

Like they say, there’s a first time for everything . . . although we still have absolutely no idea who “they” are.  (Whoever they are, they certainly seem to have a lot to say.)

Yes, it’s May.  Yes, school is almost out for millions of students.  But when it comes to split placements, class is always in session.

If you’d like to thank another recruiter for their efforts in a split placement situation, send your information to  Your comments might be included in an upcoming issue of The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog!

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/Larry PloscoweBob Millman“Bill Millman called me after I posted the job on TE on January 11.  He asked for extensive details on the job and set out to direct-recruit some appropriate applicants, which he did almost immediately.  He came up with at least four viable applicants, two of which were the only applicants to make it to the face-to-face interview stage and both received offers from my client.  The first applicant turned down the offer, but the second accepted.  Both candidates were excellent.  Bob was a big help!”

Submitted by Larry Ploscowe of EXEK Recruiters, Ltd. regarding his split placement with Bob Millman of AutoPro Technical Recruiting

Fee Percentage—33%

(Editor’s note: this is the first split placement that Ploscowe and Millman have made together in Top Echelon Network.)

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Bob WylanJim Crumpley“Jim called, presented a candidate, and then sent me a resume.  I presented one candidate to the client, and we hit the bullseye.  The candidate was presented for a Production Manager position during the onsite interview, but the client had another position in the back of their mind.  When they saw the candidate, they switched gears and were interviewing him for a future need.  They approved the new position and made our candidate an offer.  Jim, thanks for sending an outstanding candidate!”

Submitted by Bob Wylan of R.A. Wylan & Co., Inc. regarding his split placement with Jim Crumpley of Jim Crumpley of Jim Crumpley & Associates

Fee Percentage—25%

(Editor’s note: this is the first split placement that Wylan and Crumpley have made together in Top Echelon Network.)

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