Where do the ESPNs, Teslas and Ubers of the world turn to as part of their recruiting strategies? They go to Entelo.
While recruiting software is somewhat ubiquitous in today’s human resources, Entelo’s ability to get its foot in the door in the aforementioned companies and others like Facebook Inc. in less than four years is eye-opening. Entelo gathers information from various social media outlets to create a more robust candidate profile.
The company, led by CEO and founder Jon Bischke, 39, boasts 45 million candidate profiles and reportedly has no voluntary attrition since the company’s inception.
But perhaps even more impressive than the company’s growth and ability to reel in high-profile clientele is how Entelo gives back to the community. Under Bischke’s leadership, for every person who gets hired via Entelo’s software, the company makes a donation to CodeEd, a nonprofit that teaches computer science to girls in underserved communities.
“Jon Bischke is a man motivated by individual development,” wrote Jill Erickson, chief revenue officer at Shiftgig. “The beating heart of his drive is clearly evident among his employees, his philanthropic efforts and his entrepreneurial record.”
Not to mention his newly anointed Game Changer status.