How Small Businesses Hire Great People

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In celebration of national Small Business Week, we asked some members of Indeed’s small business team what they love most about their clients and put together this video to give you a behind-the-scenes look at how we work with small businesses every day:

In the fast-paced world of a quickly expanding company, finding the right hire makes all the difference. As Jason Whitman, our head of Client Services, puts it, “We understand that an open position at a small business has so much meaning – finding the right person can free up an owner to do what he or she does best, whether that’s going on sales calls, meeting with clients or balancing the books.”

That’s why companies like Signpost, a growing business with locations in New York City, Denver and Austin, are using Indeed to hire. “The client service from Indeed has been exceptional because our account managers really want to be partners with our business. When we win, they win too,” said Chris Gannon, Manager of Sales Talent at Signpost.

On Indeed, small businesses can post their jobs directly, without the need for a website of their own. Indeed Client Services is available to make sure that each job is visible to the best candidates. You can then monitor the flow of candidates from the self-serve Indeed dashboard, where you’ll schedule interviews, take notes on candidates, and send rejection letters once you’ve made a hire.

To learn more about how Indeed can help your small business hire, join our webinar where we’ll discuss how to post and edit your jobs, connect with candidates and meet your hiring goals.

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