Presenting ‘The Spirit of Networking’ in Split Placement Form!

What does it take to make split placements in Top Echelon Network?  Besides adhering to The Four Pillars of the Network, that is?  Well, it takes two more things:

  1. A split-placement mentality
  2. The desire to embrace the “spirit of networking”

'Comments' and Compliments

When recruiters embrace the “spirit of networking,” they actively seek out opportunities to make split placements with other recruiters, especially if the split placement situation would be the best one for the candidate, as well.  That’s the case with one of the split placements being highlighted in this week’s installment of “‘Comments’ and Compliments.”

If you want to be successful as a Preferred Member recruiter in Top Echelon Network, you can’t treat split placements as an afterthought.  You have to be split-minded . . . and you have to embrace the “spirit of networking.”  Then success will follow.

If you’d like to compliment your Trading Partner for a recent split placement (or placements), send your comments to

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Alan DaumMichelle Johnson“Michelle had a candidate scheduled for an interview already before she sent the candidate to me.  She could have held off sending him and [tried collecting] a full fee, but instead she sent him, anyway, and we made a split.  Thanks for thinking of the candidate first, Michelle.  You are awesome!  I hope we do many more splits!”

Submitted by Alan Daum of Alan N. Daum & Associates, Inc. regarding his split placement with Michelle Johnson of

Fee Percentage—25%

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Matt Scheihing“This was a great candidate.  The company hired him for a different job than the original sendout.  Matt is great to work with.  I’m looking forward to many more splits with him and the J. Miles Company.  Thanks, Matt!”

Submitted by Steve Moore of J.D. Cotter Search, Inc. regarding his split placement with Matt Scheihing of J. Miles Personnel Services

Recruiter Hourly Rate—25%

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Remember, if you have compliments for a Trading Partner regarding a split placement, please email them to

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