Rhino7 loves to help build franchise models that are so strong, they practically sell themselves – and All About People, a national staffing and recruiting business, has quickly become one of those models.
All About People is just that: All About People. The company specializes in all areas of the industry including contract, contract to hire, temp, temp to hire, and permanent placement. They cover skill sets in the fastest growing sectors—professional and technical—and so do their franchisees.
Business Model Options
This franchise offering has two different models from which to choose:
- Executive Owner Business Model
The owner runs the business full-time, overseeing the staff and growing the business.
- Semi-absentee Business Model
The owner is trained to oversee a Branch Manager part-time, who manages the staff full-time and helps to grow the business.
Serving Others First
But what sets All About People apart from other firms is their very rich history, unwavering commitment to meeting the needs of others, and a culture that is second-to-none in the staffing industry. It is abundantly clear to both career seekers and hiring managers that All About People is a staffing company that serves others first.
Founding A Passion for Education
The company’s founders, Charles and Sherri Mitchell, care deeply about education and ensuring that all children have access to quality schools and learning. Charles is the founding and governing board chair for Vista College Prep, a groundbreaking charter school seeded in the heart of one of Phoenix, Arizona’s most underserved communities. This K-6 school prepares its “scholars” through academics, discipline, and each student believing from the very start that college is in their futures.
The Mitchells are also active supporters of SEI (Self Enhancement Incorporated) in Portland, Oregon. A charter school and so much more, this educational institution serves more than 2,000 underserved and at-risk young people and their families every day with a 98% high school graduation rate and an 80% college graduation rate.
Finally, Charles and Sherri are dedicated to supporting research and programs for autism. They are actively involved in the Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center (SARRC).