The Active Leaders in TE Placements and Fees
There’s no better time like the 35th birthday of Top Echelon to check out who currently leads the Network in split placements and fees!
For the purposes of this blog post and the standings that I am about to share, we’re talking about active leaders. In other words, those recruiters who are currently part of a Preferred Member firm in Top Echelon Network.
During the past 35 years, many recruiting agencies have come and gone. And quite a few of them racked up impressive numbers, some of which were even larger than the numbers you see below. Alas, we will not be mentioning them today, since this is a list of active members. (However, one day we shall publish a comprehensive list.)
That’s the first bit of good news I have to share. The second bit of good news is that we have a dedicated URL that you can use to check out the active Network leaders at any time. Click HERE to visit that URL.
Below is a list of the active leaders in Top Echelon Network in terms of split placements. (Each recruiter’s career cash-in is also listed. However, the list is based upon splits and not cash-in. You can view the cash-in leaders on the dedicated URL by changing the search parameters.)
#1—Trey Cameron of Cameron Craig Group.: 1,249 placements and $9,934,048
#2—Steve Kohn of Affinity Executive Search: 496 placements and $4,529,111
#3—Michael Stuck of Gables Search Group: 436 placements and $3,181,231
#4—Maria Hemminger of MJ Recruiters: 230 placements and $1,785,828
#5—Jim Strickland of BioSource Recruiters: 216 placements and $1,489,414
#6—Al Katz of First Search: 185 placements and $1,000,632
#7—Pat McCombs, CPC of KB Search Team, LLC: 148 placements and $1,279,539
#8—David M. Sgro, CPC of True North Consultants, Inc.: 138 placements and $1,199,282
#9—Lawrence T. Ploscowe of EXEK Recruiters, Ltd.: 134 placements and $1,152,438
#10—Keith Cornelison of Personnel Resources: 128 placements and $724,411
You can see that many recruiters have reached impressive milestones in Top Echelon Network, and others are close to hitting milestones of their own.
Considering that the monthly membership fee for the Network is just $135 per month, these recruiters and their agencies have received a considerable return on the investment they’ve made in Network membership. (In some cases, recruiters have received an astronomical return.)
But that’s why we’re here. That’s why we started 35 years ago, and that will be part of our mission for the next 35 years—to help recruiters make more placements. (And then give them a link to view said placements to see who’s winning . . . because recruiters are nothing if not competitive.)