How First Placements Become Repeat Placements
Last week in The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog, we discussed how first placements in Top Echelon’s recruiter network are a thing of beauty. This week, we’re addressing how first placements become repeat placements.
Because as we said, where there’s one placement . . . there’s more.
Putting the money machine on repeat
Dan Trudeau of The PRA Group and Diva Milani of Tuscany Enterprises have made four placements together. Of course, they couldn’t make repeat placements until they made their first one. When did they make their first one? March 6 of this year.
So with some simple math, we can deduce that they’ve closed four deals in less than four months!
Nick Stoia, CPC of ASAP Search & Recruiters and Joe Miglizzi, CPC of Perspective have made seven placements together. Now, they didn’t make those seven in the same short time span as Trudeau and Milani.
However, they did make their last two placements within three weeks of one another!
Here’s the thing. When you build a strong trading partner relationship with another recruiter, multiple placements can follow. And they can follow very quickly.
If you’re looking to make more split placements more quickly in TE, then contact Top Echelon Director of Network Operations Drea Codispoti, CPC/CERS. You can do so by calling 330.455.1433, x156 or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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“Diva was, as always, great to work with. This was not an easy candidate to recruit, and she did a great job bringing him in.”
Submitted by Dan Trudeau of The PRA Group, Inc. regarding his Network split placement with Diva Milani of Tuscany Enterprises
Position Title—PRINCIPAL ENGINEER
(Editor’s note: This is the third Network split placement that Trudeau and Milani have made together in Top Echelon.)
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“Placements keep accumulating together! Thank you, Joe, for the attention given to my openings and good insights.”
Submitted by Nick Stoia, CPC of ASAP Search & Recruiters regarding his Network split placement with Joe Miglizzi, CPC of Perspective
Position Title—SOFTWARE ENGINEER – SYSTEMS
(Editor’s note: This is the sixth Network split placement that Stoia and Miglizzi have made together in Top Echelon.)
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“Andy was a pleasure to work with. Always on top of things and great communication the entire time.”
Submitted by Keith Cornelison of Personnel Resources regarding his Network split placement with Andy Byers of Hire Horizons
Position Title—MSW SOCIAL WORKER
(Editor’s note: This is the first Network split placement that Cornelison and Byers have made together in Top Echelon.)