Ohio State? Michigan? Our Loyalty Lies With Split Placements!
Okay, do we really need to point out that the University of Michigan football team has a losing record? (A record of 2-4, to be precise.)
No, of course we don’t.
Yes, the Top Echelon headquarters are located in Canton, Ohio. And yes, the vast majority of our employees are Ohio State fans, including me. But we will NOT let that taint our judgment. That’s because when it comes to the Network, our loyalty lies with split placements!
Case in point: one of the split placements listed below is between a Michigan football fan (Lisa Wilczynski) and an Ohio State football fan (Al Daum). Despite their differences as far as football allegiances are concerned, these two recruiters definitely found a “level playing field,” so to speak, within the Network.
Not only that, but we have a recruiter (Pete Chunka) who recently made his first Network split placement with another recruiter (Trey Cameron) who has made 257 Network placements.
In addition to THAT, we have two recruiters (Michael Stuck and Sean Napoles, CPC) who have made 12 split placements together in the Network. And if all of THAT isn’t enough, Napoles has now made 199 Network placements and is knocking on the door of 200!
Holy cow, I’m out of breath. Is that enough? Could we possibly pack much more into this installment of “‘Comments’ and Compliments”?
Wait, one more thing.
The University of Michigan football team has a losing record.
Congratulations to everybody who made split placements this week!
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“Al is my go-to person for Control Engineer opportunities, and outside of the fact that he’s an avid Buckeyes fan, he has not disappointed me. GO, BLUE!”
Submitted by Lisa Wilczynski of Engineering and Technical Associates, Inc. regarding her Network split placement with Alan Daum of Alan N. Daum & Associates, Inc.
Position Title—PROCESS CONTROL ENGINEER
(Editor’s note: This is the second Network split placement that Wilczynski and Daum have made together in Top Echelon.)
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“My second placement with Sean this year and one of two that we just made back-to-back. It’s so good to work with Sean. He always finds superb candidates for our job orders. Thanks, Sean!”
Submitted by Michael Stuck of the Gables Search Group regarding his Network split placement with Sean Napoles. CPC of Career Brokers, Inc.
Position Title—PROGRESS SOFTWARE ENGINEER
(Editor’s note: This is the 12th Network split placement that Stuck and Napoles have made together in Top Echelon.)
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“Just happy to have my first split with TE. Congrats, Trey, and thanks!”
Submitted by Pete Chunka of Top Hire Recruitment regarding his Network split placement with Trey Cameron of the Cameron Craig Group
Position Title—USER EXPERIENCE DESIGNER UI/UX
(Editor’s note: This is the first Network split placement that Chunka and Cameron have made together in Top Echelon.)