Canton, Ohio (PRWEB) June 20, 2013
Top Echelon Network, an elite recruiter split network of highly specialized search firms, is also a split placement network.
A split placement is a situation in which one recruiter has a job order and another recruiter has the candidate to fill that job order. Once the job order recruiter’s client hires the candidate, the two recruiters then split the placement fee.
The Top Echelon recruiter split network has helped recruiters make over 20,000 placements in this fashion since the Network was founded nearly 25 years ago.
Network Recruiters Making Split Placements:
Recruiters in the Top Echelon recruiting network made split placements in a number of different industries during the week of Monday, June 10, through Sunday, June 16. Those split placements, including the Network recruiters who made them, are detailed below:
Randall Hardwick of Avalon Recruiting and Debi Apple of Apple & Associates, Inc. placed a Chief Financial Officer.
Rick Krumel of SearchWise, Inc. and Jim Strickland of Biosource International placed a Juvenile Furniture Designer.
Ron Sunshine of Ron Sunshine Associates and Chris Ramsay, CPC of Corporate Resources, LLC placed a Plant Manager.
Alan Daum of Alan N. Daum & Associates, Inc. and Lisa Reitz of Automationtechies.com placed an Automation Manager.
Suzanne Griffith, CPC of J S Griffith & Associates and Terry Rhodes of NewCareers placed a Senior Mechanical Engineer.
“Once again, our recruiters are making split placements with the help of their websites,” said Top Echelon Network Membership Development Coordinator Drea Codispoti, CPC/CERS. “With a Hiring Hook website from Top Echelon, Network recruiters can not only post their jobs on their firm’s website, but they can also post them to other Network recruiters’ websites. This increases the chance that qualified candidates will see their jobs and apply for them.”
About Top Echelon Network:
Nearly 400 companies from all major industries are part of the Top Echelon recruiting network, founded in 1988 and based in Canton, Ohio. Network recruiters can search open job orders and qualified candidates, set up automated alerts, and share information with each other for the purpose of making split placements.