Since 1993, BSA has grown to be a leading Chicago based provider of innovative staffing solutions. With its proven recruitment model, BSA consistently attracts superior professionals and links them to the ideal job opportunities within all types of organizations. BSA is dedicated to building lasting relationships with both employers and job seekers, which guarantees both companies and employees the best fit.
The Right People... Every Time... Guaranteed...!
This slogan is more than just words. When companies contract with BSA, we recognize that they are asking us for help. We are not going to waste our client’s time with candidates who do not match their skill requirements, corporate values or departmental goals. BSA’s use of the proprietary and proven behavioral, technical and background screening process “Tri – Screen” has provided our clients with a 98% client satisfaction level. This process and our nine years of continuous improvement and expertise in it, allows us to state to our clients with confidence that we can provide “The Right People… Every Time… Guaranteed!”
In 1972, world-class athlete Roberto Clemente was leading relief efforts in earthquake-ravaged Nicaragua when his plane crashed into the sea. After his tragic death, he became the first Latin American to be inducted into Baseball’s Hall of Fame.
Born into a world of poverty and illiteracy in 1806 Mexico, Benito Juárez had the determination and endurance to earn a law degree, entered politics, and eventually became the president of Mexico in 1860.
Martin Luther King, Jr. had a sense of fairness and patriotism that drove him to speak out on America’s neglect of its constitutional ideals of freedom, equality and justice – and ultimately gave his life for the American dream.
WWII pilot Edward O’Hare single-handedly saved his ship from a squadron of enemy bombers, downing 5 and causing the rest to retreat. O’Hare International Airport in Chicago is named in his honor.
In late 19th century America, Nellie Bly wrote provocative stories on public safety, prison conditions and the suffering of the underprivileged which resulted in new legislation and sweeping reform.