Any employee or authorized representative of your company using a valid company email address can set up the account. Either while setting up the account or when posting your first job listing, you may be asked by the SimplyHired customer support team to submit business documents to verify your company information.
Company email address
When you set up the account you must use a valid email address that has the same domain as the company website. For example, a user setting up an account for SimplyHired would use an email address that ends in @simplyhired.com. This is the email address that you would then use whenever you log into your SimplyHired account.
When you first set up a SimplyHired account, you are asked to verify your ID (see Why do I need to verify my account?). If there were any issues with that process, or if you request to change your company name, then you may be asked to submit business documents that show the company name and address. This request will include instructions on how to submit the documents. Examples of business documents include the items listed below:
- Utility bills — Utility bill that includes your business name and current address. Examples of a utility bill include water, sewer, trash, recycling, energy, electricity, gas, and phone bills.
- Business license — Business license that includes your company’s name and verifiable company address or that of a related/parent company where the relationship is verifiable.
- Taxes and permits — Taxes or municipal permit documents that include your company name and a verifiable company address or that of a related/parent company where the relationship is verifiable.
Company letterhead and publicly available, hand-written, or editable versions of documents are not suitable business documents for verifying your company information.
For step-by step instructions for setting up an account, see Sign up for and activate your company account.
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