David Wick is the ‘Recruiter of the Month’ for March!
Trey Cameron is NOT the “Recruiter of the Month”! Why in the world is that significant? Because he’s seemed to be the winner of the award nearly every month for the past year.
In fact, Cameron was the “Recruiter of the Quarter” for the first quarter, as we reported in The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog last week. However, we have a new “Recruiter of the Month” for the month of March, and you’ve probably guessed by reading the headline to this blog post that the recruiter in question is David Wick, CPC of Career Center of Cincinnati, Inc.
Needless to say, Cameron was in the running for the award . . . and so was the other recruiter in his office, Gene McQueen. McQueen was also part of the other recognition award for the month of March, which isn’t surprising, since that placement also garnered him the same award for the first quarter of the year.
For more information about the placements and cash-in totals associated with these recognition awards, please login to the Members’ Area and view the profiles and placement details of the recruiters involved.
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Recruiter of the Month
David Wick, CPC of Career Center of Cincinnati, Inc.
Wick made a total of three split placements during the month of March, narrowly edging out three other recruiters who made two split placements apiece. Those recruiters were Gene McQueen of the Cameron Craig Group, Trey Cameron of the Cameron Craig Group and Kim Kirby of Balanced Career Solutions, Inc.
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This placement was for a Director of Human Resources. Brandvold was the job order recruiter, and McQueen was the candidate recruiter. The action causing this split placement was listed as, “The job order or candidate was sent to me via the automated email alerts.”
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Our criteria for these recognition awards:
Top Echelon Network is a split placement network. As such, we place an emphasis on split placements, and that emphasis constitutes the basis of our criteria for these recognition awards. We determine the monthly award winners based upon two factors, which are listed below in order of importance:
1.) The number of split placements made
2.) The amount of cash-in dollars earned as a result of those split placements
In other words, the number of split placements that recruiters make is our first consideration. In the event of a tie, the cash-in total earned from those split placements is the deciding factor and serves to break the tie. Obviously, the recruiter with more cash-in dollars in the event of a tie is the recruiter who wins the recognition award.
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