The Winner of the First Recruiter of the Week Award is . . .

Okay, not everybody can be Recruiter of the Month . . . or Recruiter of the Quarter . . . OR have one of the largest split placement fees in Top Echelon Network over the course of a calendar year.

However, that doesn’t mean there are plenty of hard-working, split-minded recruiters in Top Echelon who are committed to making placements with their Trading Partners and leveraging the resources of the Network to generate more revenue for their firms.

And we want to recognize them, too!

That’s why we’re unveiling the Recruiter of the Week feature.  In this feature, we’ll 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.

With that in mind, we’re pleased to identify the first-ever Recruiter of the Week!

Network Recruiter Lloyd ShoemakerRecruiter of the Week:

Lloyd E. Shoemaker TriVista Professional Placement Services in Troy, Ohio

Joined the Network:

July 21, 1994


With the two placements he has in The Pinnacle this week, as well as the six he’s made so far in 2013, Lloyd has now made a total of 37 Network placements since joining Top Echelon.  He’s been a model of consistency as a Preferred Member recruiter, making at least one placement in the Network every year since 2003.  In addition, Lloyd is a staunch believer in the value that Top Echelon Network conferences and conventions offers.  That’s why he makes it a priority to attend as many of them as he possibly can . . . which is just one of the reasons why he’s been successful as a Preferred Member of the Network.

Congratulations to Lloyd from everybody at Top Echelon!

If you’d like to nominate somebody as the Recruiter of the Week, please send their name and firm name to  You can even recommend yourself, if you’d like.  (Don’t worry, we won’t tell anybody.)

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