Teamwork? That’s How Split Placements are Made in TE
There’s a reason that they’re called split placements.
That’s because when they work the way they’re supposed to work, both recruiters split the duties and the responsibilities. Sure, that’s not always the case, but that’s the case with the three split placements listed below!
Teamwork is the cornerstone of any great Trading Partner relationship, and the good news is that in two of the three placements below, the recruiters involved made their first split with one another. The other placement was the second between the recruiters involved.
The Four Pillars of Top Echelon Network are Quality, Communication, Trust, and Active Participation. However, if a fifth one is ever added, it just might be Teamwork.
Recruiters who work well together and who enjoy working together are more likely to work together again in the future. That means they’ll keep sharing job orders and candidates, they’ll keep splitting the workload, and they’ll keep making split placements.
Just like these recruiters will . . .
Congratulations to everybody who made split placements this week!
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“Larry really gave nice attention to another job order of mine that resulted in finding this candidate for a different client. I enjoyed teaming with him!”
Submitted by Nick Stoia of ASAP Search & Recruiters regarding his Network split placement with Larry Smith of Smith Engineering Recruiters, Inc.
Position Title—MANUFACTURING ENGINEER
(Editor’s note: This is the first Network split placement that Stoia and Smith have made together in Top Echelon.)
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“Judy is awesome! She works so diligently to help me fill my jobs. This person just happened to come through the Hiring Hook website.”
Submitted by Deb North of Deb North Consulting, LLC regarding her Network split placement with Judy Kaplan of Professional Recruiting Consultants
Position Title—RUBY DEVELOPER
(Editor’s note: This is the second Network split placement that North and Kaplan have made together in Top Echelon.)