Proper Exporter Etiquette When Working a Job Order
For the past several years, we’ve been publishing articles in The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog about best practices. Specifically, those articles have dealt with best practices for both the importer and exporter when working in Top Echelon’s recruiting network.
Obviously, both are important to TE success. That’s why I address best practices in The Pinnacle on a regular basis. In fact, I pretty much hammer on them. (Anybody who knows me knows that I frequently employ brute force to get results.)
So now that I’ve laid the groundwork . . .
Making sure the Network is working for YOU
Also during the past several years, we at Top Echelon have compiled a rather impressive library of training videos for Network recruiters.
These videos are recorded versions of live training webinars (our “Training Tuesday” sessions). We’ve designed them to help you enjoy more success. In other words, we’ve designed them to help you make more split placements.
These videos, which we’ve placed in the Top Echelon Help Center, are “evergreen.” What does that mean? It means we’ve filled them with information that is timeless in terms of what it takes to be successful in Top Echelon’s recruiter network.
So the video I’m highlighting this week is, you guessed it, about exporter etiquette.
Network Webinar Video: “Proper Exporter Etiquette When Working a Job Order in TE”
Description: What exactly should you do when you want to work the job order of another recruiter in Top Echelon Network? Well, Director of Network Operations Drea Codispoti, CPC/CERS will show you in this session. He’ll do so by covering the following topics:
- The proper “rules of engagement”
- Evaluating the job order
- Making the initial call to the other Network recruiter
- What type of questions to ask during the initial call
- What type of questions NOT to ask
- The follow-up
Video Length: 11 minutes, 23 seconds
Remember, if you have questions about this Network training video, your Top Echelon Network membership, or about how you can enjoy more success in the Network, I encourage you to contact me.
You can do so by calling 330.455.1433, x156 or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.