hrtechoutlookapac Partners with Hire Well Now to Serve SMBs

HR Tech Outlook APAC | Friday, November 30, 2018

SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY: Small and medium businesses to have better access to the latest employee recruitment and hiring technology as and Hire Well Now enters into a strategic partnership. offers cloud-based Predictive Talent Selection technology while Hire Well Now provides recruiting and retention solutions for small and medium-sized businesses.

“We are delighted to partner with Hire Well Now, a leader in helping small and medium-sized businesses navigate the complex world of employee recruitment and hiring, to expand’s reach in the important SMB market,” says Greg Moran, President and CEO of

The complete product suite of services will be sold by Hire Well Now to enterprises with less than 500 employees. It includes employee assessment, online reference checking, scorable interviewing, and talent-sourcing platforms. These are powered by’s proprietary software, which is integrated with behavioral science to help companies match prospective employees both with essential job skills and their corporate culture.

Hire Well Now employs a robust Applicant Tracking system that promotes open jobs on multiple online job boards; integrated behavioral assessments benchmarked for critical and front-line positions; integrated background checks; and a digital new hire onboarding system that executes all federal and state with holding forms, corporate new hire paperwork, and E-Verifies Federal Form I9.

“This collaboration ensures that our breakthrough technologies are accessible to help smaller companies address their own unique HR needs and, most importantly, to improve productivity, reduce costs, and free up valuable resources to grow their bottom line,” continues Moran.

“Our partnership with will supplement the essential tools for employee recruiting and hiring that we can offer to small and medium-sized businesses,” states Jonathan Bergman, CEO of Hire Well Now on the newly formed partnership.

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