The REAL List of First Split Placements for 2017
Well, we started the year with a miscalculation. (And when I say “we,” I really mean “I.”) Last week in The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog, we published the names of recruiters who made their first split placement in Top Echelon Network in 2017.
The bad news is that we made a miscalculation. The good news is that more recruiters made their first TE split last year than originally thought!
In fact, quite a few Network members made their first split. To atone for this oversight, I’ve included the complete list below. There’s some overlap from last week, but as many of you well know, you have to break a few eggs to make an omelet. Or something like that.
First time for everything
To recap, we count a placement once we receive our brokerage fee for it. A verbal offer accepted does not count as a completed placement. That’s because money talks and . . . well, you know the rest. So the list below represents an updated list of recruiters who made their first Network split in 2017 and we received the brokerage fee for that placement.
So if you made your first Network split in November or December, but we haven’t received the brokerage fee, then it’s not a completed placement. Not yet, anyway.
In the meantime, please congratulate these recruiters for making their first Network split in 2017!
- Mary Morris of Big Haystack
- Linda Nicholls of IMC Solutions, Inc.
- Edward Winstanley of Edward Daniels Group
- Art Burke of Blair Search
- Susan Freytag of Baker Freytag Recruiting
- Terry Rohde of DES, LLC
- Michael Neufeld of Hunter Davis Group, LLC
- Hank Winters of HPS Talent, Inc.
- Andy Byers of Hire Horizons
- Lisa VanWyk of Step Up Recruiting
- Sue Johnson of 360 Talent Group
- Analissa Jacobsen of Synerlou Recruiting, LLC
- Paul Vogrinc of Vogrinc & Short
- David Smith of The Career Source, LLC
- Marisela Briones of R.A. Briones & Company
- Press Fitzpatrick of Fitzpatrick Associates Executive Search, LLC
- Bill Hagerty of Johnson Resource Group, LLC
- Jeff Duell of Johnson Resource Group, LLC
- Michael Agen of New Solutions Group, LLC
- Keith Cornelison of Personnel Resources
- Bill Laming of Laming and Associates
- Gary Schultz of Work 22, Inc.
- Blake Kindle of Mackie Search, LLC
- Pat McGue of Mackie Search, LLC
- Shree Kumar of Max Populi, LLC
- Maria Scavelli of Premier Health Careers, Inc./Premier Paths
- Hugh Moran of MPC Partners, LLC
- Ryan Fitzpatrick of Integritas Search
- Geoff Eckert of Enhanced Staffing
- Joe Cresci of Food Management Search
- Teddi Remer of DTR Executive Solutions
- Rick Christensen of Open Water Recruiting
- Debra Wilkens of The Monroe Agency
- Shelli Saunders of GoRecruitMe
- Darcy Morgan of GoRecruitMe
- Kim Rice of GoRecruitMe
- Rhonda Allison of GoRecruitMe
- Dan Casey of Staffing IT
- Mike Monson of Top Talent, LLC
- Trevor Renner of Renner Medical Staffing
- Shari Kearney of JobXSite
- Ralph Labuda of Premier Search Associates, Inc.
- Patrick Duffy of Premier Search Associates, Inc.
- Maureen Delgado of DelTech Staffing Inc.
- Aliceson Straley of Avalon Executive Search, LLC
- Meredith Kappel of Cambridge Consulting
- Matt Pettit of Channel Personnel Services, Inc.
- Tasha Burks of T. Burks & Associates
- Laurie Burden of The Recruiting Pro
- Ron Lyndon of Trylak Technologies
- Alex Harris of Marvel Consultants, Inc.
- Michele Francis of Scan the Horizon, Inc.
- Marcus Webster of Webster & Webster Associates
- James Park of Harlan Recruiting Group
- James Lieberman of Hollinger Jobs
- Kelli Merlino of Kabana Consulting, LLC
- Richard Moss of 3D Tek Information Systems, Inc.
- Jeff Katz of JSK Recruiting
- Jim Rubendall of The Finders Group
- Greg Andera of North Star Recruiting
- Gregg Whitt of Professional Personnel Associates, Inc.
Once again, if you feel that you your first placement has been mistakenly omitted from this list, keep in mind the guidelines listed above. Also send an email to email@example.com. We’ll look into the situation, and if you indeed made your first Network split in 2017, we shall rectify the oversight. Although hopefully, we’re well past that now.
In the meantime, get to work making splits in 2018!