THIS is How TE Recruiters Fill Open Job Orders!

With the market for hiring still going strong, you might be wondering how you’re going to fill all of those open job orders on your desk.

It’s a common problem these days, since candidates typically drive the market. Talent—top talent—is still difficult to find and difficult to recruit.

That’s why THIS is how TE recruiters fill their open job orders:

By participating in a Virtual Core Group (VCG)!

During Virtual Core Group (VCG) teleconference calls, Network recruiters share the following:

  • Hot job orders and candidates
  • Information about the activity they’re seeing in the job market
  • Ideas for increased production on their desk and within their agencies

Sharing open job orders = making placements

There are recruiters on these calls who have candidates. They have quality candidates who they’re looking to place in your quality job orders. They just need to know about them. That means YOU must share what you have to offer.

I conduct Virtual Core Group calls within specific industries during the second week of each month. Near the end of every month, you should receive an email detailing the next month’s VCG schedule. The schedule is also available on the Main Dashboard calendar within the Network software.

If you’re a newer member of Top Echelon’s recruiter network, then I especially encourage you to join an existing Virtual Core Group. You can even start a new one!

I have been holding VCG conference calls for well over a decade now. I can say without a doubt that the recruiters who participate in these calls make split placements because of these calls. It happens all the time.

These groups work, they’ve always worked, and they’re working right now. The only thing missing is YOU.

THIS is how you fill open job orders in Top Echelon Network. Virtual Core Groups, along with other recruiter networking events, is how you make placements.

To join an existing Virtual Core Group or to start a new one, contact me at 330.595.1742 or via email at

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