The BountyMe Edge

Find your Dream Job

Leverage your network

Discover jobs from innovative companies and be four times more likely to be interviewed, and twice as likely to be hired.

Send and Track Referrals

100% Transparency

Introduce friends to jobs in your network. Digitally track job referralls and never miss out on a placement bonus again.

Split the Rewards

It's only fair

The BountyMe platform splits referral bonuses amongst multiple people. Find a guy who knows a guy, and be rewarded!

Pre-Screen Candidates

Reputation is Everything

Make sure that bad referrals don't go to your hiring manager or recruiter. BountyMe provides a platform to screen referrals without hurting their feelings.



Who We Serve





Employers

The best way to find talent is through an inside connection

You are a company recruiter, hiring manager, or employee looking to optimize your existing employee referral program. You are tired of spamming your networks for referrals and need to strategically engage past applicants, and former employees in your recruiting efforts.

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Talent

The best way to find a job is through an inside connection.

You are a professional looking to discover inside connections at companies. You know that referral hires are 4x more likely to get an interview, and 2x more likely to get hired. You are also tired of not being compensated for company referrals and want a secure platform to help track, manage, and promote jobs to your network.

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Currently Launched In

Los Angeles

80% Complete

San Francisco

60% Complete (warning)

New York

40% Complete (success)

Bangalore, IN

Coming Soon!

The Employer Edge

Supercharge Employee Referrals

Automate Company Referrals that go beyond 1st degree active candidates. Stop spamming social networks and simultaneously reach more qualified people.

Referral Incentive Management

Track and manage multiple referral incentives spanning your entire talent network.

Actionable Recruitment Insight

Incentives too high? Too low? Missing out on valuable connectors within your company? Find answers with our Analytics suite.

Build your Talent Network

It all starts with leveraging your #1 Asset, the current team you have in place.

Social Candidate Relationship Management

Engage with alumni, prospective candidates, and current employees to build your brand equity through your recruitment effors.

Contingent Payment

Not only do we handle all the paperwork, elminating administrative hassles, but you never see a bill from us until you are satisified with your hire.

Do you have a Private Talent Network?

Attract, engage, develop, and support your talent by publishing new job bounties, company updates, perk offers, and so much more to your companie's bounty board. Foster ongoing relationships with job seekers, alumni, current employees, fans, and give them insight into everything from new product launches to your company's work culture.

Automate Referrals

Put an end to social media spam through systematic referral automation within your company's very own Talent Platform.

Referrals sourced through BountyMe reward existing employees. Fairness is more than a just a noble aspiration, and that's why every connector deserves proper compensation for their network's place along each referral chain.

Reputation Matters

All Referrals are not created equal.

Increase the quantity of your referrals while boosting the quality. The BountyMe Platform recognizes sometimes referrals are given due to social pressures. Our system assures employees and 3rd party referrers maintain honesty when evaluating potential referrals. By measuring quality on the backend we are able to increase the amount of referral applicants and introduce a signaling mechanism for quality.

30-90 Days after Hire

The referral bonus is only paid if you are truly satisifed with your hire.

Reach Farther

Split existing rewards among groups of users to maximize the diversity of your referral candidates.

Employees 1st

Team members start every referral chain, earning rewards through every hire on our employee referral platform.

Feel the Love

Streamling a process traditionally done via e-mail never felt so good!

Only Pay if Satisfied

Contingency Recruitment at it's finest. The Bounty amount is only payable 30-90 days after a successful hire, delivering a picture perfect Return on Investment.

By putting your existing employee referral bonuses' online, shareable within an exclusive community, you extract significant more value out of your existing expenditures. The best part about the system is the only time you pay is when it works.

Amazing Customer Service

With BountyMe, you can expect great customer service from our enterprise social recruiting experts. So if you need advice about recruiting strategy, training, or technical support, our customer engagement team is always a phone call, email, live chat, or Starbucks trip away.

Rewards Platform

Generate better candidates faster. Utilize our flexible platform to go past recruiting incentives and target sales goals, Corporate Social Responsibility, Competitive Intelligence, the rewards are the limit!

With every new hire sourced through BountyMe, your employee and their recruting circle will be rewarded. Our platform provides the maximimum incentive to forward along Bounty job listings, with the last person in the Bounty chain receiving at least 50% of the Bounty amount.

Split Test Job Listings

We make it easy to test variations on your job ads to track what works and what doesn't. Our analytical drill-downs provide you breakdowns into key talent groups and how to best incentivize them.

Split testing has come to the enterprise recruiting market. In today's data driven age, measuring the impact on potential candidates is an absolute necessity when deciding everything from day to day responsibilities to exclusive perks.

Built for Mobile

Find and share referrals on the go. Easily share job bounties via your mobile device and track your progress as you go along.

Stop losing candidates and referrals due to a frustrating and more often times non-existant mobile experience.

Recruitment Insight

Measure quality of your referral hires by using analytical drill-downs to track referral rates, and identify which employees' networks are providing you with the most benefit.

Welcome to Big Data that finally becomes easily actionable!

5 Minutes

That's all it takes to integrate BountyMe.

Universal Compatability

Use our API with your system of choice, or be bold and create your own!

Data Portability

Your data can be retreived at anytime in multiple formats with our RESTful API

Seamless Integration

We believe in providing you the tools to use the system of your choice. So if you want to take Asana for a spin to manage candidates, we would love to help.

Seamlessly integrate BountyMe with your existing systems in 5 minutes

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Frequently Asked Questions

No, the posts you share to a public community will not show up in your friends and followers’ Home streams, unless your friends and followers are also members of the same community. Your public community posts will be visible to people who navigate to your profile page unless you have set your settings for them not to appear. Visitors will see text indicating that it was shared to a community. Remember that your private community posts will only be visible to people in those communities, regardless of whether or not you show community posts on your profile.
While in communities: Place your cursor in the top left corner for the main menu. Select Settings. Scroll to 'Profile'. Check or uncheck the box next to Show your Google+ communities posts on your Google+ profile
You can turn your community notifications on or off by clicking on the icon on a community’s page. Community members can use notifications to know when new things are shared with their communities. If notifications are On you’ll get a notification by email, on your device, and by the Google toolbar when someone posts something new. A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start.
You can turn your community notifications on or off by clicking on the icon on a community’s page. Community members can use notifications to know when new things are shared with their communities. If notifications are On you’ll get a notification by email, on your device, and by the Google toolbar when someone posts something new. Notifications default on in communities where the membership is moderated - that is, private communities, or public communities where you need to ask to join. It's also on by default for any community you create.
Notifications default on in communities where the membership is moderated - that is, private communities, or public communities where you need to ask to join. It's also on by default for any community you create.A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start.
They may not see your invites if they don’t have you in their circles, or if they’ve limited the “Who can send you notifications?” setting. Learn more about who can send you notifications. They may not see your invites if they don’t have you in their circles, or if they’ve limited the “Who can send you notifications?” setting. Learn more about who can send you notifications.
A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start. A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start. A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start.
No, the posts you share to a public community will not show up in your friends and followers’ Home streams, unless your friends and followers are also members of the same community. Your public community posts will be visible to people who navigate to your profile page unless you have set your settings for them not to appear. Visitors will see text indicating that it was shared to a community. Remember that your private community posts will only be visible to people in those communities, regardless of whether or not you show community posts on your profile.
While in communities: Place your cursor in the top left corner for the main menu. Select Settings. Scroll to 'Profile'. Check or uncheck the box next to Show your Google+ communities posts on your Google+ profile
You can turn your community notifications on or off by clicking on the icon on a community’s page. Community members can use notifications to know when new things are shared with their communities. If notifications are On you’ll get a notification by email, on your device, and by the Google toolbar when someone posts something new. A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start.
You can turn your community notifications on or off by clicking on the icon on a community’s page. Community members can use notifications to know when new things are shared with their communities. If notifications are On you’ll get a notification by email, on your device, and by the Google toolbar when someone posts something new. Notifications default on in communities where the membership is moderated - that is, private communities, or public communities where you need to ask to join. It's also on by default for any community you create.
Notifications default on in communities where the membership is moderated - that is, private communities, or public communities where you need to ask to join. It's also on by default for any community you create.A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start.
They may not see your invites if they don’t have you in their circles, or if they’ve limited the “Who can send you notifications?” setting. Learn more about who can send you notifications. They may not see your invites if they don’t have you in their circles, or if they’ve limited the “Who can send you notifications?” setting. Learn more about who can send you notifications.
A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start. A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start. A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start.
No, the posts you share to a public community will not show up in your friends and followers’ Home streams, unless your friends and followers are also members of the same community. Your public community posts will be visible to people who navigate to your profile page unless you have set your settings for them not to appear. Visitors will see text indicating that it was shared to a community. Remember that your private community posts will only be visible to people in those communities, regardless of whether or not you show community posts on your profile.
While in communities: Place your cursor in the top left corner for the main menu. Select Settings. Scroll to 'Profile'. Check or uncheck the box next to Show your Google+ communities posts on your Google+ profile
You can turn your community notifications on or off by clicking on the icon on a community’s page. Community members can use notifications to know when new things are shared with their communities. If notifications are On you’ll get a notification by email, on your device, and by the Google toolbar when someone posts something new. A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start.
You can turn your community notifications on or off by clicking on the icon on a community’s page. Community members can use notifications to know when new things are shared with their communities. If notifications are On you’ll get a notification by email, on your device, and by the Google toolbar when someone posts something new. Notifications default on in communities where the membership is moderated - that is, private communities, or public communities where you need to ask to join. It's also on by default for any community you create.
Notifications default on in communities where the membership is moderated - that is, private communities, or public communities where you need to ask to join. It's also on by default for any community you create.A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start.
They may not see your invites if they don’t have you in their circles, or if they’ve limited the “Who can send you notifications?” setting. Learn more about who can send you notifications. They may not see your invites if they don’t have you in their circles, or if they’ve limited the “Who can send you notifications?” setting. Learn more about who can send you notifications.
A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start. A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start. A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start.
No, the posts you share to a public community will not show up in your friends and followers’ Home streams, unless your friends and followers are also members of the same community. Your public community posts will be visible to people who navigate to your profile page unless you have set your settings for them not to appear. Visitors will see text indicating that it was shared to a community. Remember that your private community posts will only be visible to people in those communities, regardless of whether or not you show community posts on your profile.
While in communities: Place your cursor in the top left corner for the main menu. Select Settings. Scroll to 'Profile'. Check or uncheck the box next to Show your Google+ communities posts on your Google+ profile
You can turn your community notifications on or off by clicking on the icon on a community’s page. Community members can use notifications to know when new things are shared with their communities. If notifications are On you’ll get a notification by email, on your device, and by the Google toolbar when someone posts something new. A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start.
You can turn your community notifications on or off by clicking on the icon on a community’s page. Community members can use notifications to know when new things are shared with their communities. If notifications are On you’ll get a notification by email, on your device, and by the Google toolbar when someone posts something new. Notifications default on in communities where the membership is moderated - that is, private communities, or public communities where you need to ask to join. It's also on by default for any community you create.
Notifications default on in communities where the membership is moderated - that is, private communities, or public communities where you need to ask to join. It's also on by default for any community you create.A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start.
They may not see your invites if they don’t have you in their circles, or if they’ve limited the “Who can send you notifications?” setting. Learn more about who can send you notifications. They may not see your invites if they don’t have you in their circles, or if they’ve limited the “Who can send you notifications?” setting. Learn more about who can send you notifications.
A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start. A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start. A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start.
No, the posts you share to a public community will not show up in your friends and followers’ Home streams, unless your friends and followers are also members of the same community. Your public community posts will be visible to people who navigate to your profile page unless you have set your settings for them not to appear. Visitors will see text indicating that it was shared to a community. Remember that your private community posts will only be visible to people in those communities, regardless of whether or not you show community posts on your profile.
While in communities: Place your cursor in the top left corner for the main menu. Select Settings. Scroll to 'Profile'. Check or uncheck the box next to Show your Google+ communities posts on your Google+ profile
You can turn your community notifications on or off by clicking on the icon on a community’s page. Community members can use notifications to know when new things are shared with their communities. If notifications are On you’ll get a notification by email, on your device, and by the Google toolbar when someone posts something new. A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start.
You can turn your community notifications on or off by clicking on the icon on a community’s page. Community members can use notifications to know when new things are shared with their communities. If notifications are On you’ll get a notification by email, on your device, and by the Google toolbar when someone posts something new. Notifications default on in communities where the membership is moderated - that is, private communities, or public communities where you need to ask to join. It's also on by default for any community you create.
Notifications default on in communities where the membership is moderated - that is, private communities, or public communities where you need to ask to join. It's also on by default for any community you create.A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start.
They may not see your invites if they don’t have you in their circles, or if they’ve limited the “Who can send you notifications?” setting. Learn more about who can send you notifications. They may not see your invites if they don’t have you in their circles, or if they’ve limited the “Who can send you notifications?” setting. Learn more about who can send you notifications.
A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start. A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start. A communit's privacy settings currently can't be changed once it's been created. Please pick your desired setting from the start.

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