When Rona Borre started her new business in 2001, she knew exactly what she was doing. She wanted to build a successful staffing and recruiting company that would lead the way for new techniques and hiring practices. If you remember, in 2001 there was not near the sophistication that is present today in the technological world. Try clicking vimeo.com to watch clips about Borre and Instant Alliance.
Even back in the beginning one of the key types of recruits she would go after would be technological candidates, along with financial professionals. Borre had discovered in a previous staffing job where she led a large company in sales, that the rest of the industry was missing a key point in the hiring process. Hop over to thechicagonetwork.org and read additional article about Borre.
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They were all playing the “resume roulette” game where all they did was pick the best resumes, and in many cases, they ended up hiring the wrong people. Borre works very hard to get to know the top leaders in a company to learn what they need and want in the way of new employees. It is the relationship that was being overlooked. Once Borre found out the specifics of the job, the culture and how the candidate would have to fit in, she went out and found that candidate. The method is so successful that her retention rate for the last 15 years has been 99%. Now that is a new idea that works!
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