The small businesses are the ones that drive Sweden forward - it's here that jobs are created. But it's also the small businesses that have to fight the most to find the right employees. While larger businesses have had access to advanced recruiting tools for years, small businesses had to rely on their personal network for candidates, advertise wherever they were able to afford it and do their best to find time to read CVs and do interviews.
We believe that small businesses deserve more. That's why we built happyr - a recruiting tool built on the very best methods and tools - so easy to use so that anyone can recruit like a professional.
Select industry, role and get a job ad template ready made for you. Customize it as needed and you're ready to share the job opening within minutes.
Read our guide: Three simple tips to help you write a better job ad
Saving 2 hours of your time otherwise spent writing job ads.
Choose which services are relevant for you and with one click we'll publish your search to all the relevant portals. No extra work needed.
Read our guide: Five ways to attract the right candidates
Saving you form the hassle of setting up more accounts and rewriting the same information.
All your applicants are sorted by how well they fit to your job. How? Based on a personality test that's set up to match the role you are looking for.
Read our guide: Three ways to select the right candidates for interview
Saving you from a mess of applications without a clue which candidates are a good fit.
Personalized guide for every applicant with good questions to ask when you meet them for the first time.
Extra feature: interview booking system.
Read our guide: Interview with the right result
Saving you from the headache of interview preparation.
Once you have made your decision: make your hire (we've even got you covered with a contract template). We'll inform all non-hired applicants about the process.
Read our guide: Three simple tips to make your candidates for ambassadors
Saving you from forgotten follow-up mails and unhappy applicants.