To have one Top Echelon recruiter make seven Network split placements in a single month is unique . . . having two recruiters make seven Network split placements in a single month is even more unique.
But those recruiters making their seven split placements during the SAME month? That might be unprecedented in the annals of Top Echelon Network lore, but it happened last month. The recruiters in question? Trey Cameron and Steve Kohn.
As always, the recruiter with the greater “cash-in total” for their split placements is deemed the Recruiter of the Month, and that recruiter is Cameron. Don’t cry for Kohn, though. His runner-up prize is a whole lot of placement cash. Congratulations to both recruiters, and we hope you make seven Network split placements this month, too!
At Top Echelon Network, we recognize recruiters for both monthly and quarterly performance in four categories—Recruiter of the Month, Recruiter of the Quarter, Largest Split Fee of the Month, and Largest Split Fee of the Quarter.
For more information about the recruiting awards listed below, login to the Members’ Area and view the profiles and placement details of the Network recruiters who won them.
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As mentioned above, Cameron made seven split placements, the same as Kohn, but his cash-in total for those seven was greater. As a result, he’s the winner of the Recruiter of the Month award.
Sean Napoles, CPC of Career Brokers, Inc. and Robert Briones, CPC of R.A. Briones & Company made four split placements apiece in July, while Veronica Snyder of Career Professionals, Inc. made three splits.
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LARGEST SPLIT FEE OF THE MONTH:
The position for this split placement was a President. Mancuso was the job order recruiter, and Noto was the candidate recruiter. The action that stimulated this split placement was listed as, “Regular phone communication with another Top Echelon Network recruiter in my specialty area.”
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OUR CRITERIA FOR THESE RECRUITING AWARDS:
Top Echelon Network determines the monthly and quarterly award winners based upon two criteria, which are listed below in order of importance:
1.) The number of split placements made
2.) The amount of cash-in dollars earned as a result of those split placements
This explains why, when multiple recruiters are tied with the same number of split placements during a given month or quarter, the recruiter with the largest “cash-in” total for their placements is deemed the winner. That was the case this month with Trey Cameron and Steve Kohn.
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