Your ‘Comments’: Bigger and Better . . . with MORE Split Placements!

'Comments' and ComplimentsOkay, the compliments from Preferred Member recruiters have started to pile up.  So what does that mean?  It means that we publish more of them in The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog, that’s what!  This week, three recent split placements between Network recruiters are being highlighted in the newsletter, and that might be the case going forward, if the number of comments that recruiters submit with their Completed Placement forms continues to grow.  And when you’re talking about split placements, “growth” is a good word.

Please add to our workload!  If you have comments for a Trading Partner regarding a split placement, please email those comments to

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Joe NotoFrank Chavira“Frank Chavira was a tremendous help with this deal.  He is thorough, reponsive, and willing to do his part as the candidate recruiter.  This was especially critical, since this placement involved placing a Mexican national into a position in Juarez, Mexico, and I do not speak Spanish.  I would welcome the opportunity to work with Frank again.  He’s an excellent TE Trading Partner.”

Submitted by Joe Noto of Regency Search Group regarding his split placement with Frank Chavira of HG Arias & Associates

Position Title—Technical Systems Analyst
Fee Percentage—Flat

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Steve BrodyRoss Causley, CTS“Ross did a great job on both sourcing [the candidate] and checking references.”

Submitted by Steve Brody of Executive Resource Systems regarding his split placement with Ross Causley, CTS of QCI Technical Staffing

Position Title—Senior Audit Manager
Fee Percentage—20%

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James ComptonBob Wylan“It was a pleasure to partner with Jim Compton.  He qualified the applicant and provided me with the appropriate front-end information.  I’m looking forward to more splits with Jim.”

Submitted by Bob Wylan of R.A Wylan & Co., Inc. regarding his split placement with James Compton of Compton & Associates.

Position Title—Production Control Analyst
Fee Percentage—25%

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Remember, if you have comments for a Trading Partner regarding a split placement, please email those comments to

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