On a ‘Split Recruiting Roll’: Two Placements in Two Months!
What’s the definition of being on a “split recruiting roll”? Going from zero split placements to two split placements in just two months!
That’s what the Top Echelon Network recruiters in this installment of “‘Comments’ and Compliments” have done, effectively setting themselves up to make even more split placements in the future. (As opposed to the past, which would be, you know, impossible.)
You never know when “split placement lightning” will strike. Unlike regular lightning, this type of lightning is likely to strike again . . . and again . . . and again. And then maybe again.
The key, though, is to communicate with other Network recruiters, reach out to them, share your job orders and candidates, and keep networking.
Then YOU can be on a “split recruiting roll,” too! (Yes, with a side of butter . . . and maybe throw in some mashed potatoes and gravy. Mmmmm.)
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“Debbie is always very thorough on her candidate screening and fun to work with. She found a perfect sales candidate for my client, and everyone’s happy. Thanks, Debbie!”
(Editor’s note: This is the FIRST Network split that Ehlers and Harper have made together in Top Echelon.)
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“Debbie and I are on a roll—two months, two deals. Let’s keep it going, ‘Golf Girl!'”
(Editor’s note: This is the SECOND Network split that Ehlers and Harper have made together in Top Echelon.)