Canton, Ohio (PRWEB) January 03, 2014
For the past 25 years, Top Echelon Network, an elite recruiter network of highly specialized search firms, has helped recruiters make split placements. One of the ways the Network has accomplished this is by ensuring that only split-minded, experienced recruiting firms become Preferred Members.
As a result, not every recruiting agency that applies for membership in Top Echelon Network becomes a Preferred Member. Early in its existence, the Network adopted a four-step screening process for admitting recruiting agencies. Those four steps include the following:
4. Reference checking
After being accepted, each Preferred Member agency is expected to achieve a defined level of success within the Network (i.e., make split placements) in order to maintain its membership status.
NEW NETWORK MEMBERS IN DECEMBER:
Top Echelon Network recently welcomed six recruiting agencies to the ranks of its Preferred Members during the month of December. By joining Top Echelon, the six agencies listed below are committed to making split placements:
Top Echelon Network Membership Development Coordinator Drea Codispoti, CERS is responsible for screening the recruiting agencies that apply for Preferred Member status. Codispoti took the six agencies above through all four steps of the screening process and granted them admission into the Network.
“We’re most definitely pleased to welcome these new agencies to Top Echelon,” said Codispoti. “We’ve experienced a steady number of recruiting firms applying for membership to the Network. This past year was a good one for Top Echelon Network, and we’re excited about the prospects for further growth in 2014. Those recruiters who are split-minded and enjoy working with other recruiters have the opportunity to flourish as Preferred Members in Top Echelon.”
ABOUT TOP ECHELON NETWORK:
Nearly 400 recruiting firms and agencies from all major industries are part of Top Echelon Network, founded in 1988 and based in Canton, Ohio. Network recruiters can search open job orders and qualified candidates, set up automated email alerts, and share information with each other for the purpose of making split placements. Learn more about how a split placement network operates.