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Employer Profile Best Practices


You can find your Employer Profile under the top-right drop-down menu under “Employer Profile.” This serves as your first impression when you reach out to candidates. A robust profile can help increase your interview request acceptance rates by allowing you to share your employer brand and showcase your total rewards package. This is your chance to show off your tech-team specific culture.



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Boost Interviews with a Comprehensive Profile

A complete Employer Profile results in a 25% increase in interview acceptance rate. We recommend you complete your Employer Profile before you send your first interview request. Give candidates all of the information they need in one place by keeping the following checklist up-to-date:

  • Your company story

  • Tech stack

  • Exciting technical challenges

  • Relevant external links (press, tech blog posts, etc)

  • Photos and/or videos that showcases culture

  • Perks and benefits 

  • Your office address


Tell your Employer Brand Story

Over 40% of candidates will not engage with companies they know nothing about. Your Employer Profile allows you to share your employer brand story with the world. A cohesive story includes:

  • Your compensation and benefits

  • What your culture is like

  • How your employees grow

  • Who is on your team

  • Opportunities for learning and growth

  • Cutting-edge technology

  • What innovative projects you’re working on 


Learn more about boosting your Employer Brand and what candidates are looking for in their next company in our 2019 Brand Health Report.


Add your total rewards package

80% of Hired candidates accept offers that do not have the highest salary. To recruit top talent, it’s critical to showcase all of your perks and benefits. Your Employer Profile allows you to highlight your perks and benefits from the following categories:

  • Compensation and Retirement

  • Health and Wellness

  • Vacation and Time Off

  • Personal Development

  • Values and Quality of Life


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