Milwaukee/Chicago Regional Luncheon Set for July 20

Next week, we’ll be releasing the agenda for the 2018 Top Echelon Fall Conference. However, there will be another of our recruiter networking events before October arrives. That event is a new one in TE: the Milwaukee/Chicago Regional Luncheon.

While the Fall Conference will also be in Chicago, this event is a bit different. It’s a one-day event that will focus on informal recruiter networking opportunities. (And of course, what networking event isn’t made better by food?)

Below is the logistical information for this luncheon:

Friday, July 20
Sprecher’s Restaurant
111 Center Street, Lake Geneva, WI
Noon to 2:30 p.m.

If you’re attending the Luncheon . . .

If you’d like to attend this regional meeting, please contact organizer Mark Udulutch of Markent Personnel. You can access Mark’s contact information by visiting his profile within the Top Echelon Network software.

Remember, there are four main types of core groups in Top Echelon’s recruiting network:

1. Traditional Core Groups

These are the ones you form yourself by building relationships with other Network recruiters. They typically involve recruiters that work in the same industry and niche that you do.

2. Non-Traditional Core Groups

These are also ones that you form yourself by building relationships with other Network recruiters. However, they’re not necessarily comprised of recruiters that work in the same areas that you do. Instead, they’re usually more related to the business side of recruiting or other general recruiting-related topics.

3. Regional Core Groups

These are the ones that involve recruiters meeting face-to-face based upon geographic location (like this luncheon).

4. Virtual Core Groups

During these meetings, Network recruiters share hot job orders and candidates during teleconference calls. They also share information about the activity they’re seeing and ideas for increased production.

If you have questions about any of these groups, please give me a call at 330.455.1433, x156.

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