ExactHire, a rapid-growing HR technology company based in Indianapolis, Indiana, announced today it will hire 12 new employees to fill its growing demand.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – April 7, 2016 – Announced today, ExactHire, an Indianapolis-based HR technology company that was founded in 2007, will be hiring 12 new employees to join its existing team of 10 full time staff. Between ExactHire and its sister company, Human Capital Concepts, 35 new jobs will be created. Combined, the two companies will invest up to $250,000 in support of the hirings as part of Indiana’s Economic Development Corporation’s conditional tax credits.
ExactHire offers technology that helps companies automate and improve the hiring and employee onboarding process, and despite starting at a time just before companies tightened their hiring belts during the economic slow-down, the company continues to expand its client list on a nationwide scale. ExactHire serves small and medium-sized employers across the nation.
“We are thrilled at the growth ExactHire is experiencing and are ready to exponentially grow our team and the services we provide to help make our customers’ experiences with our solutions even better,” said Harlan Schafir, Co-Founder and Chief Visionary Officer of ExactHire. “With the incredible growth Indianapolis and its surrounding communities have experienced, there’s no better place for our team to grow. We’re grateful to the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) and Invest Hamilton County for their support in making the hires and extensive training possible.”
“Hamilton County’s tech community is growing rapidly, and companies like ExactHire make us incredibly proud of the talent we have here in our county,” said Tim Monger, president of Hamilton County Economic Development Corporation. “The tech community that Hamilton County is continuing to build is something special and we’re excited that ExactHire is investing further in the talent we have right here.”
“Indiana is a state that works for business, with more Hoosiers working now than ever before in our state’s 200-year history,” said Jim Schellinger, president of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation. “In recent years, companies like ExactHire have added more than 5,000 tech jobs throughout Central Indiana alone, with most Hoosier tech positions paying wages well above the state average. As more tech companies continue to locate and grow in Indiana, Hoosiers will continue to see this trend of quality job growth.”
The Indiana Economic Development Corporation offered ExactHire (in conjunction with its sister company, Human Capital Concepts) up to $275,000 in conditional tax credits based on the company’s job creation plans. These tax credits are performance-based, meaning until Hoosiers are hired, the company is not eligible to claim incentives. ExactHire employs individuals in the areas of: customer service, software development, sales, marketing and administration. Interested applicants should apply for future job consideration at: http://exacthire.hirecentric.com/.
ExactHire is also a 2016 TechPoint Mira Nominee for the category of “Innovation of the Year.” Winners will be announced at the TechPoint Mira Awards Gala on April 23rd at the Westin Hotel in Indianapolis.
This article first appeared on IBJ.com.