Sometimes, making placements is not easy. Sometimes, making split placements is not easy, either. However, sometimes a recruiter makes a split when they weren’t going to make a placement at all. And the number-one reason is cooperation.
Cooperation is not one of the Four Pillars of Top Echelon Network. However, if we ever expanded the list, we would give it serious consideration.
Full-scale and full-blown cooperation
Below are three case studies regarding cooperation between Top Echelon split recruiting partners. The partners in question were not merely passive participants in the hiring process. No, they were proactive protagonists, doing whatever was necessary to get the job done.
That’s part of the value that Top Echelon Network offers to members. It offers the chance to work with other recruiters who share the same passion and determination and dedication to the profession. Even better, it offers the chance to make money with these other recruiters.
So check out the case studies below. Notice the common theme of cooperation. These recruiters exemplify “the spirit of the Network.” They’re split-minded, they’re proactive, and they’re committed to cooperation with their trading partners.
And that’s why they’re making placements that they wouldn’t be making otherwise.
If you want to compliment your trading partner for a job well done, be sure to do so while filling out the Completed Placement Form. If you have questions about your Top Echelon split network membership, please 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 email@example.com.
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“Thank you to Terry, who stuck with us through this whole thing, which included [counter-offers] and other strange happening! Terry’s follow-up always makes me smile . . . and often lights a fire!”
Submitted by Lois Rupkey of Byrnes & Rupkey, Inc. regarding his Network split placement with Terry Rhodes of NewCareers
Position Title—DIRECTOR OF ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
(Editor’s note: This is the seventh Network split placement that Suzanne and Larry have made together in Top Echelon.)
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“Larry, thank you for such patience on this one, as the candidate was presented last year. Then they were reconsidered by the client again this past April and the offer was re-extended . . . patience and perseverance were key.”
Submitted by Suzanne Griffith of Ives & Associates, Inc. regarding her Network split placement with Larry Gallin of Gallin Associates
Position Title—SR. SYSTEM ENGINEER
(Editor’s note: This is the first Network split placement that Suzanne and Larry have made together in Top Echelon.)
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“This placement was made possible all due to TE, as it was pretty far outside my industry niche. Melissa had the right candidate, and she was a great split partner to work with! I had great cooperation from everyone in TE. Thanks to all who helped and sent me talent.”
Submitted by James Sullivan of Ethical Search Professionals, Ltd. regarding his Network split placement with Melissa McKinney of Reliable Recruiting
Position Title—REGIONAL OPERATIONS MANAGER
(Editor’s note: This is the first Network split placement that James and Melissa have made together in Top Echelon.)