Industry-leading Corporations Launch AllianceQ Recruitment Collaboration 6 Comments

AllianceQ set to revolutionize the $58 billion recruitment industry by creating a free supply of job candidates for Fortune 500 companies.

A group of industry-leading Fortune 500 companies today launched AllianceQ, an organization created to build a free, exclusive and perpetually growing pool of job candidates to drive down its members’ cost of recruiting. Founding members include Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (ADP), Baxter, Best Buy Co., Inc., Entergy Corporation, FPL Group (Florida Power & Light Company, FPL Energy), Starbucks, and Wachovia Corporation.

The technology behind AllianceQ continually matches job candidates to employment vacancies across all Alliance member organizations. The result is that participating companies now have a free way to source new job candidates, and can offer those job candidates they cannot hire, opportunities with other AllianceQ members. The Alliance’s goal is to provide its members with a zero cost recruitment solution for three out of every five jobs.

U.S. employers spend billions of dollars every year in their attempts to reach relevant and qualified candidates. According to Borrell Associates, total recruitment spending is expected to increase from $58 billion in 2008 to $73 billion in 2012.

AllianceQ was conceived, formed and implemented by QuietAgent ( – a third generation recruitment solution – in response to the increasing time, energy and cost corporations often waste while recruiting qualified job seekers.

Click here for information about joining AllianceQ, or here for the full press release.

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  • Posted on: Thursday, July 10th, 2008