Proof That Split Placements = Happy Recruiters!

Split placements make recruiters happy. You might say that’s a rather bold statement. Then I might say I have proof that split placements result in happy recruiters.

Not only might I say that, but I AM saying it. And the reason is the proof that I mentioned moments ago.

Happy recruiters aplenty

In this special edition of “‘Comments’ and Compliments,” we have many happy recruiters. We have recruiters making their first split together. We have recruiters making their 22nd split together. In addition to thanking each other for their efforts during the search, they also used words such as the following:

  • Diligent
  • Persistent
  • Thrilled
  • HAPPY
  • Great
  • Excellent
  • Appreciate

And there’s even a “YAY” in there. What more proof do you need that split placements = happy recruiters? More than likely, there will be more proof in the next issue of The Pinnacle. Or maybe even the next blog post in this issue. There is proof aplenty, my friends.

If you’re not making splits in our recruiting network, we want to help you. How? Contact Director of Network Operations Drea Codispoti, CPC/CERS to find out. You can do so by calling 330.455.1433, x156 or by sending an email to drea@topechelon.com.

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Melissa Truax of Premier Health Careers, Inc./Premier Paths

Melissa Truax

“HOORAY! Finally our first placement together! Thank you, David, to you and your team. You guys are so diligent and persistent about finding that right match. My client and candidate are equally thrilled, which of course puts a big HAPPY smile on my face! Thank you!”

Submitted by Mellisa Truax of Premier Health Careers, Inc./Career Paths regarding her Network split placement with David Cuozzo of Kenneth L. Klein

Position Title—PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT – ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY

Fee Percentage—20%

(Editor’s note: This is the first Network split placement that Melissa and David have made together in Top Echelon.)

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Keith Cornelison of Personnel Resources

Keith Cornelison

“Thanks for providing this candidate to us, and [we] look forward to many more splits with you. Great job!”

Submitted by Keith Cornelison of Personnel Resources regarding his Network split placement with Christopher Painter of Provexus

Position Title—RN NURSE, EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

Fee Percentage—15%

(Editor’s note: This is the first Network split placement that Keith and Christopher have made together in Top Echelon.)

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Elsa Duty of Recruiting Services International

Elsa Duty

David Austin of Austin Technology Resources

David Austin

“Great split! Loved the help and hope to do it again! [The candidate] was an excellent find!”

Submitted by Elsa Duty of Recruiting Services International regarding her Network split placement with David Austin of Austin Technology Resources

Position Title—HEAD OF SYSTEM INTEGRATION

Fee Percentage—22%

(Editor’s note: This is the first Network split placement that Elsa and David have made together in Top Echelon.)

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Steve Kohn of Affinity Executive Search

Steve Kohn

Kristy Staggs of Byrnes and Rupkey, Inc.

Kristy Staggs

“Thanks, Steve! I greatly appreciate you working my jobs and sending me candidates! On to the next placement together!”

Submitted by Kristy Staggs of firm name here regarding her Network split placement with Steve Kohn of Affinity Executive Search, Inc.

Position Title—SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER

Fee Percentage—20%

(Editor’s note: This is the second Network split placement that Kristy and Steve have made together in Top Echelon.)

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Maria Hemminger of MJ Recruiters, LLC

Maria Hemminger

Trey Cameron of the Cameron Craig Group

Trey Cameron

“YAY . . . another split with Trey. This is our 22nd split since 2011. Thank you, Trey, for promoting our positions.”

Submitted by Maria Hemminger of MJ Recruiters, LLC regarding her Network split placement with Trey Cameron of Cameron Craig Group

Position Title—PLC/ROBOTIC PROGRAMMER

Fee Percentage—25%

(Editor’s note: This is the 22nd Network split placement that Maria and Trey have made together in Top Echelon.)

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