BountyJobs and Spark Hire Announce Strategic Partnership

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Leading Provider of Outsourced Talent Acquisition Solutions Partners with Leader in Video Interviewing Technology

BountyJobs and Spark Hire

BountyJobs and Spark Hire

As demand for remote working and remote recruiting has increased, so has companies’ utilization of video interviewing solutions. Employers have seen a measurable improvement not only from the time savings perspective, but also from the candidate quality and cultural fit standpoint.

BountyJobs, Inc., leading provider of third-party recruiting platform for collaboration between employers and search firms with over $2 billion in placement fees to recruiters and the world’s largest recruiter marketplace, today announced a strategic partnership with video interviewing powerhouse Spark Hire.

This strategic relationship with Spark Hire is the latest in the fast growing BountyJobs partner network, seeing 500% growth in 2018 and resulting in the largest partner network of any recruitment marketplace. This network connects innovative technology providers focused on improving the way companies recruit, attract and retain talent. This mix of partners has been hand-selected to help support the key constituents of the 2-sided BountyJobs Marketplace; employers and recruiting agencies. The BountyJobs solution can be integrated within any ATS and values the relationships and expertise that partner agencies bring to the table.

Spark Hire's video interviewing platform provides one-way and live video interviews to improve the HR and recruiting process. Their platform comes complete with a customizable interview experience to fit any sized team's needs and allows teams to get a better look at candidates earlier in the process to make better hiring decisions. Using video interviewing, Spark Hire customers see a 5-7x improvement in their screening efficiency.

“Spark Hire’s video interviewing tool is a great example for how technology can facilitate human interaction in a very useful yet elegant way,” said Jerry Aubin, CEO of BountyJobs. “As demand for remote working and remote recruiting has increased, so has companies’ utilization of video interviewing solutions. Employers have seen a measurable improvement not only from the time savings perspective, but also from the candidate quality and cultural fit standpoint.”

"BountyJobs' commitment to harmonizing tech and human resources matches Spark Hire's efforts to bring out the best in all candidates earlier in customers' processes," says Spark Hire CEO, Josh Tolan. "This partnership helps us further cater to the needs of our customers and their candidates by incorporating BountyJobs' third-party recruiting platform with our video interviewing product. The partnership helps our team continue our goal to be the best company our customers ever work with."

The new relationship, which marries data-driven hiring solutions and traditional talent acquisition, creates an innovative approach for employers when making critical hires.

About Spark Hire

Spark Hire helps thousands of organizations make better, more collaborative, & quicker hiring decisions. More than 6,000 organizations have interviewed millions of candidates across 100+ countries on Spark Hire. With the easiest to use product, unmatched customer service, & fair and transparent pricing, Spark Hire has become the most popular and #1 rated video interview platform on the market. Learn more on sparkhire.com and get started today with no contracts or setup fees!

About BountyJobs

Sometimes sourcing talent for business-critical positions requires a little help. Our web-based platform features a marketplace of over 10,000 highly qualified agencies and a performance-based matching algorithm that helps hiring teams of all sizes find and engage the recruiters for each of their roles. All this inside our simple yet effective platform designed to keep you in control of the entire recruitment process. Help makes hiring happier. Learn more at http://www.bountyjobs.com.

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