Pay Per Interview

First in the industry to provide quality job candidates without having to put your jobs on a job board to hope to find employees or to pre-pay without knowing the result.  Novel concept?  We believe it is the model that every company uses!

Imagine utilizing your time to set-up interviews, not wading through hundreds of resumes.  Instead of paying outrageous fees to Job Boards at $300 or $400 PER job!  Now, you simply pay for those you interview; the way it should be.

We have changed how companies find quality job candidates by offering our Pay Per Interview service. This service is offered for 1 job opening or 101 job openings, you can submit an unlimited number of job openings.

We take the frustration out of sifting through resume after resume, we only send you candidates who match your job qualifications. 

Never pay a fee, until you interview one of our job candidates. 

 

How does it work?

  1. Provide us your job opening(s) through our online form.
  2. We recruit quality job candidates for your job opening(s), we receive all resumes, our career specialists review all of the resumes then email you the resumes that are a match to your position(s).
  3. You schedule an interview.
  4. You are invoiced for the job candidates you interviewed.  

It can be that simple with our Pay Per Interview option. 

 

What is the cost?

 

Cost 90% less than a staffing firm, recruiter, and EVERY job board; it is a flat fee of $40 per job candidate that you interview. Interview more than 10 candidates, the cost is $35 per job candidate that you interview.

There are not any additional fees, unless you choose to be listed on our job boards in addition to us recruiting for your positions.

Ready to get started? Click below to complete our online form to begin the process. Once the form is submitted, you will receive an agreement to sign and return to us. Once we receive the agreement, we begin recruiting for your job opening(s).

 

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