2 Great Split Placement Stories from the TE Trenches
Everybody loves a good story. Recruiters especially love stories that end with a placement. More specifically, they like ones that end with a placement FEE.
Well, we have two such stories in this week’s issue of The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog!
These stories share a number of different elements. Those elements include the following:
- Veterans of the recruiting profession
- Long-time members of Top Echelon Network
- A challenge and/or obstacle that occurred during the placement process
- A twist that makes the story unique
- The first split placement that each recruiter has made with the other!
The great thing about recruiting is that almost anything can happen at any time. (Some people might argue that’s also the worst thing about recruiting. Those people are wimpy.)
But on a serious note: we want your great split placement stories! If you have such a story and you’d like to share it with us, you can do two things.
First, share the story on the Completed Placement forms when you submit them. Second, email the story to email@example.com.
Third, if you’re looking to make more split placements 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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“This placement was the epitome of teamwork. Tom had the original relationship with the client, who wanted a recruiter from Cleveland. That’s where we came in. I took over the client relationship, and within three weeks, we had a placement. It could not have went any smoother working with Tom. What a great team the two of us made in order to make this happen. I look forward to other [split placements] in the future with Tom. Thanks, Tom, for giving us the chance to work with your fabulous client.”
Submitted by Michael Stuck of the Gables Search Group regarding her Network split placement with Tom Heeney, CPC of Corporate Resources, LLC
Position Title—MARKETING ASSISTANT
(Editor’s note: This is the first Network split placement that Stuck and Heeney have made together in Top Echelon.)
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“This placement was the result of a ‘fall-off’ from the SAME candidate. The candidate had previously accepted the offer, but pulled out the day before the start date due to several personal issues–spouse’s surgery, death of immediate family member, etc. Two weeks later, I asked the company if they would revisit the candidate if he was receptive. Thank goodness the candidate was receptive! He re-interviewed, and the company was very excited to move forward.”
Submitted by Rowe Henderson of Rowe Henderson & Associates regarding his Network split placement with Terry Rhodes of NewCareers
Position Title—QUALITY MANAGER
(Editor’s note: This is the first Network split placement that Henderson and Rhodes have made together in Top Echelon.)