Maybe We Should Re-Name It the ‘Trey Cameron Award’
And the “Recruiter of the Month” for the month of May is . . . Trey Cameron of the Cameron Craig Group.
Kind of anti-climactic, isn’t it? Trey has won this award more often than not for the better part of the past two years.
In fact, he’s won it so often, we should probably just re-name the award. We’ll call it the “Trey Cameron Recruiter of the Month Award.” Or maybe just the “Trey Cameron Award.”
Regardless, until somebody can dethrone Trey, he’ll continue to win “Recruiter of the Month” honors month after month after month. While he’s not unbeatable, he’s certainly been on a roll as of late.
In fact, if you check the list of the Network’s Top Producers in the Members’ Area, you’ll notice that not only is Trey the number-one recruiter on the list, but his cash-in total for the past 12 months is nearly twice as much as the total for the second recruiter on the list. Although no official records have been kept for verification purposes, there’s a good chance that’s never happened before in Top Echelon Network.
We’ll see what happens in June. Maybe somebody will unseat Trey as “Recruiter of the Month” . . . but there’s always “Recruiter of the Quarter.”
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Recruiter of the Month
Trey Cameron of the Cameron Craig Group
Trey made four split placements during the month of May. Nobody else in the Network made four split placements during the month. However, there were three recruiters who made three split placements apiece.
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The position for this placement was a General Manager. Larry was the job order recruiter, and Bob was the candidate recruiter. The action that stimulated this placement was listed as “Regular phone communication with another Top Echelon Network Preferred Member recruiter in my specialty area.”
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Our criteria for these awards:
Top Echelon Network is a split placement network. As such, we place an emphasis on split placements, and that emphasis constitutes a large part of our criteria for these awards. We determine the monthly and quarterly award winners based upon two things, 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
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