A Split Partnership Racking Up Big Recruiting Fees

Shree Kumar of Max Populi, LLC has quickly established herself as one of the biggest billers in Top Echelon Network. That’s because she is once again part of the Largest Split Fee of the Month award!

Sharing the award with her is Darcy Morgan of GoRecruitMe. Shree and Darcy have struck up quite a split recruiting partnership in Top Echelon Network.

Darcy has made five split placements as a member of the Network, and she’s made all five of them with Shree. The fees associated with those placements are as follows:

  • $68,224
  • $23,000
  • $43,600
  • $68,200
  • $11,700

Darcy’s cash-in for those five placements is a little over $100K. That means her average split placement fee in TE is roughly $20K. When your split placement fees are almost as much as a non-split fee, you must be doing something right.

And that something right has earned Shree and Darcy yet another aware for their huge placement fees. Congratulations to them both!

If you have questions about your membership, contact Director of Network Operations Drea Codispoti, CPC/CERS. You can do so by calling 330.455.1433, x156 or by sending an email to drea@topechelon.com.

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Largest Split Recruiting Fee for December

Shree Kumar of Max Populi, LLC and Darcy Morgan of GoRecruitMe

The position for this split placement was a Cardiologist – Physician Advisor. Shree was the job order recruiter and Darcy was the candidate recruiter.

The action that stimulated this split placement was listed as “Offline communication with another member.”

The fee for this split placement was $43,600.

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Top Echelon determines the monthly and quarterly winners of its Network split fee recruiting awards in four distinct categories:

1.) Recruiter of the Month
2.) Largest Split Fee of the Month
3.) Recruiter of the Quarter
4.) Largest Split Fee of the Quarter

We only announce the winners of these awards in The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog. We do so usually (but not always) in the issue following the conclusion of each month and/or quarter.

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