The Recruiter of the Week: Mark Udulutch!
Last week, we announced our inaugural Recruiter of the Week award, which went to Lloyd Shoemaker of TriVista Professional Placement Services in Troy, Ohio.
Even though this week is a short work week due to the Thanksgiving Day holiday, we’d like to recognize another recruiter for their hard work and commitment.
In this feature, we highlight one Network recruiter for their contributions as a Preferred Member of Top Echelon Network. And when we say “contributions,” we mean what they’ve done to grow not only their own recruiting business in the Network, but also grow the business of other Network recruiters.
Without further adieu, we’re pleased to announce this week’s Recruiter of the Week!
Recruiter of the Week:
Mark Udulutch of Markent Personnel in Portage, Wisconsin
Agency Join Date:
January 20, 1989
Mark works with his father, Tom, at Markent Personnel. Tom joined Top Echelon Network in 1989, just missing out on being a Charter Member of the Network. Mark became a recruiter five years later, which means that next year will be his 20th in the business.
Mark has nearly caught his father in terms of Network placements (88 to 81) by displaying unerring consistency during the past decade. In fact, Mark has made at least one Network placement every year for the past 10 years.
Mark has made six split placements in Top Echelon so far in 2013, and one of the reasons for his success is his desire to network with other Preferred Member. He attends at least one Top Echelon Network conference or convention every year. Mark invests in his Network Membership, and that investment definitely pays off.
Markent Personnel works in the Manufacturing industry, specializing in Plastics, Consumer Products, Electronics, Food Processing and Industrial Equipment, and Pharmaceuticals.
Congratulations to Mark from everybody at Top Echelon!
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