Recruiter Recommendation for Network Splits: ‘Perfect’
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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“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.”
Position Title—STATISTICAL ANALYST
(Editor’s note: This is the first Network split that Moore and Strzelecki have made together in Top Echelon.)
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Submitted by Carol Calvano of Prof’l Recruiting Consultantsregarding her split placement with Shannon Caston of Management Analysis & Utilization, Inc.
Position Title—I & E ENGINEER/SUPERVISOR
(Editor’s note: This is the first Network split that Calvano and Caston have made together in Top Echelon.)
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