TABLE OF CONTENTS
- How do I refer a friend to join Hired?
- How do I track my referral rewards?
- Do I receive a gift if I find a job through Hired?
- Why am I being asked to share my signing details?
How do I refer a friend to join Hired?
To invite your network to use Hired please visit https://hired.com/invite. Here you will be able to access your unique referral code, or invite contacts directly. Referrals must sign up with your unique referral link, must be new to Hired, and starting a job within the first 180 days of signing up for Hired.
How do I track my referral rewards?
You will be notified via email when your friends sign up for Hired using your personal referral link. After that you can track your referral progress here: https://hired.com/invite. If your referral goes on to take a job through Hired, we will also notify you via email with next steps on claiming your $1500 referral bonus. Please note referral bonuses are paid out two weeks following your referral’s job start date.
Do I receive a gift if I find a job through Hired?
While we had a legacy of gifting candidates in our early days, we slowly shifted our efforts to invest more in our product and provide you with the resources and tools to be successful in your job search. As such, candidates who find a job through Hired will not receive a gift as of June 2020; however, we will maintain a portion of our referral bonus as outlined in this article. We hope you are as excited as we are to help more people land jobs with our pivot in strategy, investing in service and delivery.
Why am I being asked to share my signing details?
Got hired? We'd love to know and keep our reports up to date. Your signing details are used to give credit to your hiring company for using our platform successfully and the details stay completely confidential. Companies we work with are aware that these details are required after making an offer through Hired. We also aggregate salary data to provide market insights in our salary calculator to help you and peers in your industry with market positioning.