PrideStaff Chicagoland Central Western Suburbs

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Glenn O'Brien, Owner/Strategic-Partner

Industries served
The businesses we serve include Manufacturing, Food Production & Distribution, Packaging, 3rd Party Logistics, Professional Services and Customer Service/Call Centers.

What makes us unique
Our collective backgrounds in manufacturing, distribution and food industries have proven valuable to clients in those businesses. In addition, our approach to providing motivated talent and excellent service has been a winning formula for many types and sizes of companies. We live and work in Chicago’s western suburbs and are driven to serve our community in three ways:

  • Help local companies grow and manage change by consistently providing them with motivated talent.
  • Help local residents find the careers they need to support their families and achieve personal goals.
  • Help local charitable organizations fulfill and expand their mission.

We have extensive background in the food industry, having worked with manufacturers, distributors and retailers to create winning programs. Glenn worked for technology manufacturers for 20 years, and also helped supply chain providers and distributors deploy wireless technology across the country. This combined experience is unique to staffing for this area. Let us show you how we can help your company!

What we love about the Chicagoland area
The people, the neighborhoods, the lakefront and the rich cultural amenities that make Chicago great.

PrideStaff Chicagoland Central Western Suburbs Relocates to Better Serve Area Job Seekers and Employers

PrideStaff, a nationally franchised staffing organization, is pleased to announce that its Chicagoland Central Western Suburbs office recently relocated to 800 Enterprise Drive, Suite 214, Oak Brook, IL 60523. This office continues to offer a full range of staffing and employment services in a variety of professional, administrative, skilled, and light industrial disciplines. When asked […]