NPAworldwide Recognizes $5 Million Achiever

January 30th, 2015 by The Imagination Factory


Contact: Veronica Scrimshaw
+1 616.455.6776 x17

GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN, USA – January 30, 2015 – Luke Greene, the owner of Broward-Dobbs, Inc. in Atlanta GA (USA) has been recognized by NPAworldwide for attaining Platinum Recruiter Achievement Status. There are fewer than 50 recruiters in the global network who have achieved this level of production or higher.

“Recruiter Achievement Status recognizes cumulative salary totals within NPAworldwide,” reported president Dave Nerz. “It represents lifetime achievement, so it is a tribute to both individual productivity and network tenure. Split-fee placements through NPAworldwide are just a portion of Mr. Greene’s overall business. Reaching Platinum status for cumulative salaries exceeding US $5 million is a remarkable accomplishment. Having done so in a shared-fee environment makes it even more impressive and is a testimonial to his ability to work effectively with others to create mutual success.”

“I’m honored to have received this recognition,” commented Luke Greene, “but I also realize I wouldn’t be here without the tremendous support and cooperation from my NPAworldwide trading partners. Working cooperatively to fill job openings helps me get the best candidate in front of my client faster than my competitors.”

NPAworldwide recognizes six levels of performance through the Recruiter Achievement Status program. Platinum is the third-highest level, following Double Platinum and Platinum Premier. Recruiters who have achieved Platinum level production or higher represent the top 4 percent of all NPAworldwide recruiters globally.

About NPAworldwide. NPAworldwide is a recruitment network facilitating placements between its members. With the addition of NBN, the network has nearly 500 locations with 1,200 recruiters in 30 countries on 6 continents. For more information, please visit

Luke Greene,, +1 770 399-0744


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