How You Win in Top Echelon (Even When You Lose)
You’ve undoubtedly heard of a “win-win” situation before. But what about a “lose-win” situation?
Well, that situation can exist in Top Echelon’s recruiting network. That’s because sometimes, even when you lose in the Network . . . you still win!
All we do is win (most of the time)
How is this possible? One of the split placements highlighted below holds the key. That placement was between Network members Veronica Snyder of Career Professionals, Inc. and David Austin of Austin Technology Resources. Here, in a bullet-pointed nutshell, is what happened:
- David submitted a candidate to Veronica for one of her client’s openings.
- That candidate was ultimately NOT hired by Veronica’s client.
- Veronica continued to present the candidate to her other clients for select positions.
- Eventually, one of her clients extended an offer of employment to David’s candidate.
- Veronica, of course, honored the referral of the candidate for another position for this position!
- The two split the placement fee and are now living happily ever after.
At first, Veronica and David lost with David’s candidate . . . but then they came from behind for the win! BUT FOR David sharing his candidate with Veronica, they never would have made the placement. And it was for a completely different job order.
And that’s the beautiful part. When you invest in TE’s recruiter network, you never know when you’re going to get a return on that investment. It might just transform what looked like a loss into a WIN!
Winning with your host, Drea Codispoti!
Are you looking for more wins with your split recruiting efforts? 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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“Dave sent me this candidate for a different job search back in late May. That one didn’t pan out, but this was an impressive candidate that I continued working with on local job opportunities. A great opportunity recently surfaced, the company moved quickly on the search, and the candidate is thrilled with the new opportunity! Thanks for the assist, Dave! I really appreciate it!”
Submitted by Veronica Snyder of Career Professionals, Inc. regarding her Network split placement with David Austin of Austin Technology Resources
Position Title—PLANT MANAGER
(Editor’s note: This is the first Network split placement that Veronica and David have made together in Top Echelon.)
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“Great working with Chuck on this. Easy-peasy!”
Submitted by Rich Grunenwald of Advisory and Consulting Services, LLC regarding his Network split placement with Chuck Cole of Cole Professional Search
Position Title—SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATOR/ENGINEER
(Editor’s note: This is the first Network split placement that Rich and Chuck have made together in Top Echelon.)