We're proud to celebrate our top performers
The goal has always been to acknowledge the efforts of our people and to reward their commitment to excellence, no matter the circumstances. Whether held virtually or in-person, the Honor Awards highlight members’ outstanding achievements, celebrate the companies and careers these individuals have shaped, and inspire us all as a Network.
2021 Award Winners
Management Recruiters of Tallahassee
The Alan R. Schonberg Lifetime Achievement Award
Siter-Neubauer & Associates
2021 Person of the Year
Ring of Honor
Keys to Success
Consistency is my biggest key to success… It’s really just showing up and staying committed to your plan, committed to your desk, and committed to just being the best version of you that you can be every day – no matter the situation that you are in.
Sr. Director RPO Sales
PrincetonOne (Princeton, NJ)
I am old school. Fall in love with your phone. It’s our phone time that drives the business. I know we have a lot of new, digital technology, but my team is still hammering the phones… And that is what got us here today.
Siter-Neubauer & Associates (Arlington, TX)
It’s just about perseverance. It’s about doing the things we all know to do; not being afraid to try new things. We’ve all gotten creative with how we do things — adding technology into play, adding digital branding into play — but not forgetting about the things that have worked over the last 50 years.
Westport One (St. Louis, MO)
The biggest thing last year was really making sure we retained our people. We continued to hire throughout the year, it was “unprecedented” as we heard over and over, but it was important to us to retain and continue to hire and grow.
Govig & Associates (Scottsdale, AZ)
Culture is important. Even in 2020, when we had months when nothing was happening, we enjoyed being around each other… You have to have a group of people who like each other, because you spend 40+ hours a week together.
Julison Sell Search Team (Bellingham, WA)
Excuses are built on monuments and nothingness… You have to keep pushing forward. Find new ways – intuitive ways to build relationships with your clients. Even if it’s not a placement, if it’s just a conversation, I want to be their go-to guy.
Harrison Group, Inc (Cedar Rapids, IA)
It’s just relationships, really. Being able to provide value to people, to human beings, without just trying to sell something. Being someone a client can come to and you can serve them with excellence. That’s what we pride ourselves on.
Contract Staffing Lead
SAP & IT Recruiter, Magee Resource Group (Shreveport, LA)
The relationships, good will, and reputation we established made it easy for our clients to take that chance on us when they were out of the office and there was more risk involved with the hiring process.
The Bluestone Group (Raritan, NJ)