When Rona Borre started her company, Instant Alliance, she brought with her startup a great deal of staffing experience. She had just quit her job where had just obliterated every sales record that company had put on the boards, plus she controlled a $30 million book of business.
Now she could multiply her actions by hiring good account executives to learn her way of doing things. And learn they did because Instant Alliance is now one of the fastest-growing staffing companies in the country and it is setting records of its own. Borre knows a secret, however, that her competition fails to put into effect time after time. Watch clips about Borre and Instant Alliance, click on vimeo.com.
While the competition spends time rattling through thousands of resumes, Borre and her team spend a great deal or time getting to know the executive team of their client companies. Companies like McDonald’s, the University of Chicago, and the Argonne National Laboratory. Other Fortune 500 companies have fallen under Borre’s spell too, as Instant Alliance is the go-to company in the staffing world. Check cnbc.com.
It is vital to Borre to know how a candidate will fit into a company’s culture before he or she is hired. If they cannot get along or don’t fit it, it will now work out. Things must be working OK because all of the candidates who have been hired from the outset have only a one percent attrition rate. Additional article here
For an interesting read, hit http://www.builtinchicago.org/blog/women-driving-chicagos-digital-renaissance-rona-borre