David Wood, James Compton Earn Largest Split Fee of the Month
THE RECRUITING AWARDS:
At Top Echelon Network, we recognize recruiters for both monthly and quarterly performance in four categories—Recruiter of the Month, Recruiter of the Quarter, Largest Split Fee of the Month, and Largest Split Fee of the Quarter.
However, it should be noted that Trey Cameron has won the Recruiter of the Month award SO often during the past few years that we chose to highlight the winners of the Largest Split Fee of the Month award for the month of September. After all, Network recruiters probably don’t want to see Trey’s name in a headline ALL of the time.
Not only that, but everybody likes a big, fat placement fee . . . even one that you have to split.
For more information about the recruiter awards listed below, login to the Members’ Area and view the profiles and placement details of the winning Network recruiters.
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RECRUITER OF THE MONTH:
Trey Cameron of the Cameron Craig Group
Trey Cameron is back where he’s been for the past three years . . . the top-producing recruiter just about every month in the Network. After missing out on this award in August, he’s back to claim it for September with seven split placements.
In second place was Sean Napoles, CPC of Career Brokers, Inc. with five split placements. Among the Network recruiters tied with two placements each were Pat McCombs, CPC of KB Search Team, LLC; John Zurek of Zurek Professional Resources, LLC; and Brian Haugh of Chicago Search Group, Inc.
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LARGEST SPLIT FEE OF THE MONTH:
David Wood, CPC of The David Wood Company and James Compton of Compton & Associates
The position for this split placement was a Chief Engineer. Wood was the job order recruiter, and Compton was the candidate recruiter. The action that stimulated this split placement was listed as, “Regular communication with another Top Echelon Network recruiter.”
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OUR CRITERIA FOR THESE RECRUITING AWARDS:
Top Echelon Network determines the monthly and quarterly award winners based upon two criteria, 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
This explains why, when multiple recruiters are tied with the same number of split placements during a given month or quarter, the recruiter with the largest “cash-in” total for their placements is deemed the winner.