More Proof of the Value of a Split Placement Network
Everything in life comes down to value, does it not? Well, everything in business and employment marketplace, anyway. (Let’s not launch into a philosophical discussion. At least not yet.)
As a member of Top Echelon’s split placement network, you want value. That makes total sense. You’re investing in the network, and you would like to receive a certain return on your investment.
What we have in this Pinnacle Newsletter Blog post is proof of the value of a split placement network. Specifically, we have proof of the value of Top Echelon’s split network.
Split placement network case studies
Helping to provide this proof are five mini-case studies that illustrate said value. They all involve different recruiters, different industries, and the different ways that the recruiters made split placements. Because what’s better than one form of value? Multiple forms of value!
In other words, it’s better to make placements a number of different ways instead of just one way. That’s exactly the type of value that Top Echelon’s split placement network offers to its members. Network members can make splits in a number of different ways.
And as you can see by the comments below, they can also have fun doing it! Because building relationships (and sometimes friendships) is yet another form of value that Top Echelon’s split placement network provides.
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“I don’t think I have had many split placements with Alerts, so it’s very cool to have gotten a spectacular candidates from Carol through the TE Alerts system. Her candidate was terrific. Nice to get my first placement, too, with Carol. Let’s do a few more in 2018.”
Submitted by Michael Stuck of Gables Search Group regarding his Network split placement with Carol Martin, CPC of Martin Management, Inc.
Position Title—APPLICATION ENGINEER
(Editor’s note: This is the first Network split placement that Michael and Carol have made together in Top Echelon.)
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“Thanks, Jim! Aaron is a great candidate. He was very responsive and transparent. Made the closing process much easier.”
Submitted by Doug Boyce of Priority One Search regarding his Network split placement with Jim Strickland of BioSource International
Position Title—PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR
(Editor’s note: This is the second Network split placement that Doug and Jim have made together in Top Echelon.)
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“Greg has been great to work with, and we have additional candidates in process with two other companies.”
Submitted by Steve Zollner of The Sunridge Group regarding his Network split placement with Greg Abel of Abel Connect, LLC
Position Title—REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENT OF SALES
(Editor’s note: This is the first Network split placement that Steve and Greg have made together in Top Echelon.)
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“Thanks, Terry! Your candidates have been awesome! Looking forward to more splits this year.”
Submitted by Nancy Hastings of The Hastings Group regarding her Network split placement with Terry Rhodes of NewCareers
Position Title—2ND SHIFT DEBONE TEAM LEADER
(Editor’s note: This is the fourth Network split placement that Nancy and Terry have made together in Top Echelon.)
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“Thank you for the excellent candidate, Janey. I needed your help, and you came through for me!”
Submitted by Adam Krueger of Sun Recruiting, Inc. regarding his Network split placement with Janey Gohl of HRtechies, Inc.
Position Title—SR. HR GENERALIST
(Editor’s note: This is the first Network split placement that Adam and Janey have made together in Top Echelon.)