The Top 5 Recruiters for the Month of January

As we announced last month in The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog, split placements in Top Echelon Network were up 11.2% in 2018 over the previous year. This week, we have even more good news to report.

That good news: placements in January of this year were up 50% over last year. So even though we enjoyed solid growth in placements in 2018, we’re off to an even better start in 2019.

And with that in mind, below are the top five recruiters in Top Echelon’s recruiting network for the month of January!

As you can see, all five of them billed at least $30K through the Network in January. Considering the fact their agency paid only $130 in membership dues during the month, that’s a pretty substantial return on the investment they made in their membership.

However, you don’t have to bill $30K every month to receive a great return on your Network investment. You don’t even have to bill $30K every year to receive one. You just have to work the Network the way that works the best for you. Then the placements will come . . . and your agency’s revenue will rise.

If you’re looking to maximize the return on your Top Echelon Network investment, then contact Director of Network Operations, Drea Codispoti, CPC/CERS. You can reach Drea by calling 330.455.1433, x156 or by sending an email to

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Recruiters of the Month — January:

1st Place: Trey Cameron
Agency: Cameron Craig Group
Placements: Thirteen (13)
Commission: $130,376

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2nd Place: Melissa Truax
Agency: Premier Health Careers, Inc./Premier Paths
Placements: Five (5)
Commission: $36,984

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3rd Place: Robert Alexander
Agency: Systems Technology International, Inc.
Placements: Five (5)
Commission: $30,847

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5th Place: Steve Kohn
Agency: Affinity Executive Search
Placements: Four (4)
Commission: $35,320

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Top Echelon determines the monthly and quarterly winners of its split recruiting awards based upon two criteria, which are listed below in order of importance:

1.) The number of split placements made
2.) The amount of “cash-in” dollars earned as a result of those split placements

This explains why, when multiple recruiters are tied with the same number of TE placements during a given month or quarter, the recruiter with the largest “cash-in” total is ultimately deemed the winner.

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