TE Recruiters: Providing Top Candidates for Tough Searches
What’s in short supply in the marketplace right now?
Quality candidates, of course!
That’s been the case for quite some time now. Despite whatever it is that’s happening with the economy right now (is it bad, is it good, is it anything?), top candidates are still in demand by companies that want to hire them.
In fact, they’re SO much in demand that recruiters don’t have enough of them in their databases. As a result, Top Echelon Network recruiters are at a decided advantage because they can rely upon their trading partners to provide even more quality candidates.
And in many cases, those candidates are the right candidates, the candidates that companies want to hire.
What does that mean? Cha-ching! A placement fee—a recruiter’s best friend!
The reason we run this feature in The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog is because it’s one of the most popular features in the newsletter. Recruiters love getting the candidate they need to fill a job order from a trading partner, they love getting the placement check, they even love splitting that check, and they definitely love complimenting their trading partner for a job well done.
Right now, it’s ALL about the candidates . . . and there is more than ample evidence that Top Echelon Network recruiters are providing quality candidates for tough searches.
Three more exhibits of evidence are located below. Are you leveraging the resources of your trading partners to source great candidates and make more placements? If not, you should be. You’re missing out on the fun and money of Network membership.
To find out how and for more information, contact Director of Network Operations Drea Codispoti, CPC/CERS at 330.455.1433, x156 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to everybody who made placements this week!
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“Way to go, Colleen! You really have a knack for identifying quality candidates—even for tough searches. Thanks!”
Submitted by Donna Carroll, CPC of Systems Personnel regarding her Network split placement with Colleen Switala of Database Search, Inc.
Position Title—VB DEVELOPER-HEALTHCARE PROJECTS
(Editor’s note: This is the seventh Network split placement that Carroll and Switala have made together in Top Echelon.)
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“Cynthia is such a great trading partner. We have been working together for a long time now, and we finally got our first split together. This was the candidate Cynthia sent to me, and they made him an offer right on the spot. Let’s just say not all of our interviews went this smoothly, so it’s a breath of fresh air when one does. I look forward to many more splits now that we got the first one.”
Submitted by Michael Stuck of Gables Search Group regarding his Network split placement with Cynthia Woods of Woods & Paolino Recruiting Solutions
Position Title—PHP DEVELOPER
(Editor’s note: This is the first split placement that Stuck and Woods have made together in Top Echelon.)
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“Trey’s magical website did it again. He came up with a talented candidate who promises to be a great talent for our client.”
Submitted by Mark Udulutch of Markent Personnel regarding her Network split placement with Trey Cameron of the Cameron Craig Group
Position Title—CNC PROGRAMMER
(Editor’s note: This is the first Network split placement that Udulutch and Cameron have made together in Top Echelon.)