3 Tips You Need to Know About Split Sharing

Split sharing, sometimes called split fee recruitment, is a valuable and productive model used in the staffing business. It’s a revenue-sharing model that builds the network of everyone involved. In split sharing, often one agency contracts recruitment out to other recruiters. The recruitment fee is then split between the recruiters and the agency.  This is one of the greatest benefits of being a member of IPA.  You share in the profits with a partnering agency.  Read our three tips below:

Here are three tips you need to know about split sharing.

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Networking Pays Off in Significant Monthly ROI

Receiving a positive ROI is usually the ultimate goal when making a business investment.  This is no different when being part of a recruiter network.  The goal is for you to make split placements to offset the cost.  In the IPA network, the investment is quite minimal so that the 50% earned from just one (1) split will make your total yearly outlay profitable.

We are excited to announce that, just in the month of October, one of our IPA members had an outstanding ROI on both her monthly and yearly investment having successfully closed three (3) split placements.  It’s great to see the networking involved since she partnered with three (3) different recruiting offices.

These placements included…

  • Operations Manager
  • Senior Director of Operations
  • Environmental, Health & Safety Manager

Since placements in the network are split 50-50 between the two recruiting firms involved, with no commission to IPA, this member is receiving $54,500 for her exceptional efforts in placing these three (3) candidates all in one month.  She also earned the honor of being IPA’s #1 Recruiter for October!

One of her October placements has also qualified as IPA’s Highest Placement Fee so far for 2018 with its full placement fee of $57,500!

This is truly networking at its best!

Learn more about the IPA network and how you, too, can build split-placement partnerships with other independent recruiters throughout the U.S. for a profitable ROI – http://www.iparecruiternetwork.com/about.php.

IPA Announces New Highest Split Placement Fee for 2018

The month of October saw many outstanding split placements being reported within the IPA recruiter network, but there is one that definitely stood out from all the rest.  It happens to be the new 2018 highest IPA split fee year to date.

It was the placement of a Senior Director of Operations for a total fee of $57,500!!!  The location of the placement was in New Jersey and involved IPA members located in Florida and California.  This is a great example of how networking with recruiters on a nationwide basis can be so rewarding and profitable!

In true IPA network fashion, this fee was then split 50-50 so each member received $28,750 with NO commission paid to IPA!

This is what recruiter networking is all about!

Learn more about the benefits of becoming a member of the IPA network and how you, too, can participate in split placements like this one – http://www.iparecruiternetwork.com/membership.php.

Average IPA Placement Fee

Currently, the average IPA placement fee for 2018 is just over $25,000 which is then split 50-50 between the two members involved with no commission paid to the network.

Whether you would be a placer of candidates, a supplier of candidates or both in the network, the added revenue of just one split placement would far outweigh the annual membership investment.  This extra income would be in addition to the lasting relationships that are built from participating and engaging with other independent recruiters across the country.

Have you thought about how networking and making split placements could improve your recruiting firm’s bottom line and your own personal success?

Learn more about the benefits of becoming an IPA network member and how you, too, can add split placements to your business model – http://www.iparecruiternetwork.com/membership.php.

IPA Networking At Its Best

Being part of a split placement network is all about building relationships and working together with fellow affiliates.

IPA is pleased to announce that, in the month of July, two of our network members partnered to successfully close four (4) split placements together.  These two IPA members have built a long-standing and profitable partnership through their network participation over the past several years, but this is the first time they have attained such an outstanding level of split placement activity with each other in only one month.

These placements included…

  • VP Human Resources
  • Shift Supervisor
  • Plant Manager
  • HR Manager

Since placements in the network are split 50-50 between the two recruiting firms involved, with no commission to IPA,  each one of these members is receiving $53,312.50 for their exceptional efforts in making these four placements in July…a significant return on their investment in the network!

Added to their previous placements, so far this year these two members have partnered together for a total of six (6) splits in the IPA network.

This is truly networking at its best!

Learn more about the IPA network and how you, too, can build split-placement partnerships with other independent recruiters throughout the U.S. – http://www.iparecruiternetwork.com/about.php.

2018 IPA Highest Placement Fee Year to Date

IPA’s highest split fee so far this year was the placement of a VP Operations candidate between two IPA members for a total fee of $46,250.  This fee was then split 50-50 so each of them received $23,125 with no commission paid to IPA.

This is what networking is all about!

Learn more about the benefits of becoming an IPA network member and how you, too, can participate in split placements like this one – http://www.iparecruiternetwork.com/membership.php.