Recruiter Recommendation for Network Splits: ‘Perfect’

Matt DeutschWhen a Top Echelon Network Preferred Member wants to recommend a split recruiter for their work in a split placement situation, they use a variety of descriptions to do so.

In this issue of The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog, those descriptions include the following:

  • “really good candidates”
  • “smooth process”
  • “great to work with”
  • “nice surprise”
  • “great candidate”
  • “timing was perfect”

Not only that, but one of the two split placements below is a recruiter’s first Network split in Top Echelon!  (We won’t give away the secret, but actually we will, because the recruiter’s name is Shannon Caston.)

Good . . . great . . . perfect.  These are just some of the words that Network recruiters are using to compliment and recommend one another.  All things being equal, there are worse things people can call you . . .

If you’d like to recommend another recruiter as the result of a recent Network split, submit your comments with your Completed Placement Form, and they’ll appear in a future issue of The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog.

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Connie Mooredescribe the image“Cynthia Strzelecki from Spyglass Search is great!  She immediately went to work and found three really good candidates and one was hired.  It was a very smooth process, and Cynthia is really great to work with.”

Submitted by Connie Moore, CPC of CA Moore & Associates, Inc. regarding her split placement with Cynthia Strzelecki of Spyglass Search, Inc.


Fee Percentage—25%

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

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Carol CalvanoShannon Caston“It was a very nice surprise when Shannon saw my [job order] and sent over a great candidate.  The timing was perfect because the client had just called asking to see more prospects.”

Submitted by Carol Calvano of Prof’l Recruiting Consultantsregarding her split placement with Shannon Caston of Management Analysis & Utilization, Inc.


Fee Percentage—25%

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

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