If companies continue to show this type of willingness to hire, and especially if they increase the pace of their hiring, it could be a very good second half of the year for the recruiters in Top Echelon Network.
Mooresville, North Carolina (PRWEB) August 18, 2012
Although the economy continued its slow recovery during the second quarter of this year, production by recruiters in Top Echelon Network, an elite network of highly specialized search firms, might indicate there’s more rapid growth ahead.
Leading the way for Top Echelon Network in terms of production was Trey Cameron of the Cameron Craig Group. Cameron, the top-producing recruiter in Top Echelon Network in 2011, made nine split placements during the second quarter of the year to win the Network’s “Recruiter of the Quarter” award.
Top Echelon Network is a split placement network. In a split placement situation, one recruiter has the job order and another recruiter has the candidate. The two recruiters then split the placement fee once the company hires the candidate (since the company is the client of the job order recruiter).
“Trey has enjoyed a tremendous year so far in 2012,” said Top Echelon Network Membership Development Coordinator Drea Codispoti. “He’s not only the ‘Recruiter of the Quarter’ for the second quarter, but he’s also won the ‘Recruiter of the Month’ award on numerous occasions. When it comes to making split placements in Top Echelon Network, there isn’t anybody who’s been making more than Trey.”
However, Cameron wasn’t the only recruiter in the Network to enjoy a productive second quarter. For example, Maria Hemminger of MJ Recruiters, LLC made six split placements, while Sean Napoles, CPC of Career Brokers, Inc. and Marc Tappis of Opportunity Search, Inc. each made four split placements.
According to Top Echelon Network President Mark Demaree, the frequency with which Preferred Member recruiters were making placements during the second quarter bodes well for the Network and could also bode well for the economy at large.
“These kinds of numbers indicate that company officials have been more willing to hire new employees,” said Demaree. “During the past few years, that hasn’t been the case. Companies have dragged their feet when it comes to hiring, and even when they had a need, it took a long time for them to finally make the decision to bring somebody aboard.
“If companies continue to show this type of willingness to hire, and especially if they increase the pace of their hiring, it could be a very good second half of the year for the recruiters in Top Echelon Network.”
The Cameron Craig Group is based in Mooresville, N.C. Top Echelon Network was founded in 1988 in Canton, Ohio.