‘Me and You and You and Me’ . . . Split Placements Together!
In 1969, the band “The Turtles” released a song titled, “Happy Together,” which eventually reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Why bring that up? I bring that up because the Trading Partners featured in this week’s installment of “Comments and Compliments,” are definitely “happy together.” The numbers, which are located below, speak for themselves: 14 placements overall, nine by one pair of Trading Partners and five by the other pair.
These recruiters are making a bunch of money by choosing to work with each other again and again and again. Heck, the quality of the candidates being presented in one of the Trading Partner relationships recently prompted the client company to create a new position where one hadn’t existed before.
That’s like an “extra bonus placement.” Who wouldn’t LOVE that? (I’d love it.)
These recruiters are prime examples of when relationships work well in Top Echelon recruiter network, they work really well. The recruiters involved make multiple placements, and yes, they’re “happy together.”
Remember, if you’d like to compliment one of your split fee recruiting Trading Partners for a recent split placement, send your comments to email@example.com, and they’ll appear in a future issue of The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog.
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“This now makes several placements that Ram Kola and I have made together. Ram targets the candidates very well to the job requirements and always sends candidates that I am able to present to my clients and know they will be seriously considered. He is an excellent Trading Partner and we seem to make a great team. Congrats, Ram!”
Submitted by Larry Baker of Computer Careers regarding his split placement with Ram Kola of Stewart Cooper & Coon
Position Title—AIX ADMINISTRATOR
(Editor’s note: this is the ninth placement that Baker and Kola have made together in Top Echelon Network.)
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“Mark’s candidate was so great the manager got approval to hire three people instead of the two that had been approved! The candidate was a referral from the guy we placed with the client last month.”
(Editor’s note: this is the fifth split placement that Barcus and London have made together in Top Echelon Network.)
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