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Apr 5, 2017

JazzHR Introduces Game-Changing Recruiting Tool for Small Businesses

Self-service, Scalable Offering Enables Small Businesses to Benefit from Company’s Award-Winning Recruiting Platform

PITTSBURGH, April 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — JazzHR, the leading recruiting solutions provider for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), today announced the launch of JazzHR Hero, a powerful, easy-to-use recruiting solution specifically designed and priced for small and growing businesses. Disruptively priced at less than $50 per month, JazzHR Hero simplifies and streamlines repetitive recruiting processes to reduce the cost, complexity and hassle associated with hiring. 

In today’s competitive talent market, successfully attracting and hiring top talent is mission-critical for small businesses, who have limited options when it comes to hiring technologies. With the introduction of Hero, JazzHR makes it easy for anyone single-handedly coordinating the hiring process, or small teams with limited internal resources, to effectively coordinate sourcing, interviewing, hiring and other recruiting activities.  This includes small business CEOs, HR professionals, recruiters and others who aren’t ready to invest in an organization-wide, collaborative recruiting system, but need a scalable solution to manage the many facets of recruiting.

“At a small business, recruiting is just one item on a long laundry list of top priorities, often with a single person running point and relying on pen, paper and spreadsheets to stay organized,” said Pete Lamson, CEO of JazzHR. “With Hero, you don’t need to be an industry-trained recruiter to make a transformative hire. Hero provides simple, powerful tools to hire better candidates faster, at a price point designed for small business budgets.”

With Hero, small businesses can post jobs in minutes and gain instant access to a comprehensive recruiting solution with features including; customizable career pages for their website, syndicated job listings, mobile resume screening, candidate questionnaires and background checks. Hero includes Microsoft Outlook and Gmail calendar syncing between team members and candidates, and the ability to directly import new hires into a businesses’ Human Resources Information System (HRIS), eliminating time spent on manual input.

Available immediately, pricing for Hero starts at just $49 per month, with the option to select additional features à la carte. To activate a free trial today, or purchase a monthly subscription, visit, email, or call 888 885 5299.

JazzHR is a powerful, user-friendly and affordable recruiting software that is purpose-built to help growing SMBs exceed their recruiting goals. JazzHR’s groundbreaking software replaces time-consuming, manual hiring processes with intuitive hiring tools that help recruiters and hiring managers build an effective recruiting process that results in great hires. To learn more about JazzHR, visit or follow us at

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