Real estate transactions involve a buyer's agent and a listing or selling agent. The listing agent would love to find a buyer and receive 100% of the sales commission available; but time is money. Selling the home quickly, matters.
In recruitment, time is money. Recruiters and staffing professionals have the ability to fill more jobs for their clients and increase their annual revenue by leveraging split networking. In order to successfully implement split placements, it requires a commitment to offering split jobs, as part of your overall business model.
What are the pros and cons of utilizing split partners in the recruiting process?
How can recruiters effectively manage relationships with split partners, to ensure the relationship ends in a mutually beneficial placement?
First of all, if a split placement is done right, it is one of the most powerful ways to quickly increase your income, while continuing to work on filling your high priority searches. Choosing to work with split partners should be a continuous strategy, and not an occasional 'last resort' option. By opening the vast majority of your jobs for split business, you'll fill more jobs, more quickly.
There can be some negative aspects to working with split partners.
SplitAlliance, powered by RecruitAlliance, solves all of these issues and more. Here's how it works:
Unlike other split networks, SplitAlliance never charges any start-up charges, brokerage fees, or posting expenses.
Leveraging split partners to complete more placements is the fastest way to increase your income in the staffing and search industry. Finding the most advantageous methods to accomplish your personal, professional, and financial goals is the key to growing a successful recruiting agency.