‘Comments’ and Compliments: ‘Out of My Area of Expertise’ Edition
ALL split placements are satisfying, but the argument could be made that some are more satisfying than others. An example: when a Preferred Member recruiter makes a split placement that’s outside of their niche or area of expertise.
That’s the overriding theme in this week’s edition of “Comments and Compliments.” In two of the three split placements we’re highlighting, the recruiter with the job order had an order that was outside of their niche. Rather than turn it down, though, they accepted it and shared it with the Network.
That was the best move they could make, since it resulted in a split placement. They took a job order they weren’t equipped to work on their own and turned it into a placement. Not only that, but they also set the precedent for making more placements outside of their niche in the future.
Now . . . that’s satisfying.
If you’d like to recognize another recruiter for their efforts in a split placement situation, send your information to email@example.com. Your comments might be included in an upcoming issue of The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog.
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“Don was my first call when I got this JO since it’s something out of my area of expertise. Within a short time, he sent one candidate, who he had thoroughly screened and interviewed, and she was right on target.”
Position Title—SERVICE MANAGER
(Editor’s note: this is the second split placement that Noto and Walker have made together in Top Echelon Network.)
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“Cynthia did a great job of understanding the need of my client and sent me candidates that were spot-on. It was fun working with her, and I look forward to doing it again.”
Submitted by Ron Sunshine of Ron Sunshine Associates regarding his split placement with Cynthia Woods of Woods & Paolino Recruiting Solutions
Position Title—HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER
(Editor’s note: this is the first split placement that Sunshine and Woods have made together in Top Echelon Network.)/strong>
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“Ram provided me with several good candidates, and IT is not an area I work, so I greatly appreciated his help.”
Submitted by Chris Ramsay of Corporate Resources, LLC regarding her split placement with Ram Kola of Stewart Cooper & Coon
Position Title—SERVER ADMINISTRATOR
(Editor’s note: this is the first split placement that Ramsay and Kola have made together in Top Echelon Network.)
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