‘Stellar Candidates’ with ‘Hard-to-Find’ Skills in the Network!
There’s all sorts of good stuff in this week’s installment of “Comments and Compliments“!
One set of recruiters is making their fourth split placement together . . . but the first in a different niche.
Another set of recruiters is making their first split placement together . . . and for one of the recruiters, it’s their first-ever split placement in Top Echelon recruiter network!
But wait, there’s more!
We’re talking about split placements that happened because of the high quality of the candidates submitted by the exporters in each case. Phrases like “stellar candidates” and adjectives such as “hard-to-find” typify this week’s comments.
What does this mean? If you have an open job order and you’re having trouble finding the right type of candidates to fill that order, use the resources of Top Echelon’s split fee recruiting network to help you do it. It worked for these recruiters, and it can work for you.
If you’d like to thank another recruiter for their efforts in a split placement situation, send your information to email@example.com. Your comments might be included in an upcoming issue of The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog!
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“The DB/Digital Marketing space seems to be difficult for the unitiated to get their arms around. Mark has jumped into this space with determination and is really finding some stellar candidates. We will have more of these splits soon!”
Position Title—NEW BUSINESS SALES EXECUTIVE MID-MARKET
(Editor’s note: this is the fourth split placement that Barcus and London have made together in Top Echelon Network.)
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“It was great working with Harry on his first split [in the Network]. He found a solid candidate with hard-to-find ‘mobile developer’ skills and is currently looking for more for me. Thanks, Harry! Let’s get another one.”
Position Title—MOBILE DEVELOPER
(Editor’s note: this is the first split placement that Stuck and Anderson have made together in Top Echelon Network.)
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