Recruiter of the Week AND Recruiter of the Month

It’s not often that we’re able to combine the Recruiter of the Week AND the Recruiter of the Month into one Pinnacle blog post. But we’re doing it this week!

That’s because Trey Cameron of the Cameron Craig Group is the Recruiter of the Month. (Of course he is.) As of the writing of this sentence, Trey stands at 920 Network placements with a career cash-in total of over $7 million.

Our Recruiter of the Week, meanwhile, is Tom Daly of Ridgeback Management Services, LLC. Tom’s agency joined Top Echelon’s recruiting network in November of 2016. This year has been a big one for Tom in Top Echelon. He’s made nine split placements so far, and we’re only a little more than halfway through the year.

Because of Tom’s recent production, he’s the Recruiter of the Week in Top Echelon Network!

However, there are other Network members that we’d like to recognize. They’re listed below, along with Trey. They’re the top five recruiters in Top Echelon for the month of June. So congratulations to Trey, Tom, and everybody who made placements last month!

If YOU want to make more money through Top Echelon’s split fee recruiting network, then contact Director of Network Operations, Drea Codispoti, CPC/CERS. You can reach Drea by calling 330.455.1433, x156 or by sending an email to

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Recruiters of the Month — June 2019:

1st Place: Trey Cameron
Agency: Cameron Craig Group
Placements: Thirteen (13)
Commission: $98,704

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2nd Place: Nancy Hastings
Agency: The Hastings Group
Placements: Four (4)
Commission: $30,080

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3rd Place: Hank Winters
Agency: HPS Talent, Inc.
Placements: Four (4)
Commission: $5,377

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4th Place: Melissa Truax
Agency: Premier Health Careers, Inc./Premier Paths
Placements: Four (4)
Commission: $5,377

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5th Place: Tom Daly
Agency: Ridgeback Management Services, LLC
Placements: Three (3)
Commission: $25,215

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Top Echelon determines the monthly and quarterly winners of its split recruiting awards based upon two criteria, which are listed below in order of importance:

1.) The number of split placements made
2.) The amount of “cash-in” dollars earned as a result of those split placements

This explains why, when multiple recruiters are tied with the same number of TE placements during a given month or quarter, the recruiter with the largest “cash-in” total is ultimately deemed the winner.

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