The Top 10 Recruiters in Top Echelon for 2016

We’re here! It’s 2017, a new year!

And with a new year comes a great many things, including crushing expectations regarding the amount you plan to bill during the next 12 months. But let’s talk about what other recruiters billed during the past 12 months.

Specifically, let’s talk about the top 10 recruiters in Top Echelon Network for all of 2016!

Our annual list of the top recruiters is determined by members’ cash-in total in Top Echelon Network on a rolling 12-month basis. The order of the list was reflects the recruiters’ cash-in total for the 2016 calendar year, which ended at midnight on December 31, 2016.

Before I comment on the list, though, how about I produce the list? That’s a great idea!

Don’t stop at the top

Below are the top 10 recruiters in Top Echelon Network for 2016, from #10 to #1 (including the recruiter’ name, their firm name, and their total cash-in):

#10—Maria Hemminger of MJ Recruiters, LLC: $119,199

#9—Tim Piccini of Phillips Recruiting Services: $119,606

#8—Judi Terrando of Key Corporate Services, LLC: $124,726

#7—John Peterson of Sun Recruiting, Inc.: $130,735

#6—Pam Copeland of fulltimeGiGS: $157,170

#5—Kerry Boehner of KOB Solutions, Inc.: $160,721

#4—Sean Napoles, CPC of Career Brokers, Inc.: $166,459

#3—Melissa Truax of Premier Health Careers, Inc/ Premier Paths: $185,143

#2—Steve Kohn of Affinity Search: $505,375

#1—Trey Cameron of the Cameron Craig Group: $1,272,772

What would a list be without some analysis of that list? Below are three observations based on the names and numbers above:

#1—Reigning Trey

Trey Cameron just set a new Network record for cash-in during a calendar year with over $1.2 million. As you might have already guessed, Trey broke his own record, which he set the previous year. His cash-in total for 2015 was over $800K.

#2—$100K all the way

Everybody on the list billed at least $100K through the Network in 2016. That has not always been the case, especially during the Great Recession. It has traditionally signified a good year for Network recruiters, and that was once again the case in 2016.

#3—New faces in the top places

There are some new names on our list, specifically Tim Piccini, Judi Terrando, and Melissa Truax. In fact, Melissa climbed all the way to the #3 position. This indicates that there is plenty of new blood in the Network, recruiters who are hungry to increase their revenue through split placements.

“Tell us what they’ve won!”

As is tradition, the top 10 recruiters in the Network will be recognized at the upcoming 2017 National Convention. At the convention, they will receive an award in front of their peers at the annual awards luncheon.

This year’s National Convention is scheduled for Tuesday, April 25, through Wednesday, April 26. The site will be the DoubleTree Hilton in Orlando, which is located at the entrance of Universal Studios.

Early Bird Registration is currently underway for the convention. That means you can register at the Early Bird rate of $395 per person. (You can sign up for the convention in the Members’ Area with a credit card.)

In the meantime, join us in congratulating the recruiters listed above for their performance and production during the 2016 calendar year!

But don’t let their production add to your already crushing expectations for 2017. You’re under enough pressure already.

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