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Currency Conversion in Search Results

Why did we make this feature?

At Hired, we strive to make the hiring process more equitable and inclusive by helping employers understand each candidate's compensation preferences. As more companies continue to hire talent from all over the world, and as candidates continue to broaden their search across the globe, it can be confusing and time-consuming to factor in currency conversion. 

To help support employer and candidate alignment, we've launched new features that allow employers to filter salary by their preferred currency. All candidates open to working in the selected region(s) will automatically have their salary expectations converted to the employer-chosen currency. This makes it easier than ever to compare candidates in your search results.

How does it work?

During position creation, you will be prompted to select the role's preferred currency and enter the base salary (note: you will only see candidates who are at or below the base salary entered). 

Any candidate that has a differing default currency on their profile will automatically be converted, and denoted with an ⇄ icon to the right of their compensation expectations. 

In this sample below, the filter is set to show base salaries up to $80,000 USD. The candidate's profile shows their salary preference of $64,000 USD, which has been converted from £50,000 GBP. 

You can change the currency as much as you'd like from the salary filter. Additionally, you can confirm or adjust the role's currency when sending an interview request.

Which currencies are supported? 

Hired supports United States Dollar (USD), British Pound Sterling (GBP), Canadian Dollar (CAD), Euro (EUR), Australian Dollar (AUD), Singapore Dollar (SGD), Indian Rupee (INR), Argentine Peso (ARS), Polish Złoty (PLN), Mexican Peso (MXN), Brazilian Real (BRL), Colombian Peso (COP), South African Rand (ZAR), Hungarian Forint (HUF), and Romanian New Leu (RON). 

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