Sister Companies Adding Jobs in Indy

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Indianapolis-based sister companies ExactHire and Human Capital Concepts have announced the addition of 35 jobs. The two companies will invest a combined $250,000 for the new hires as part of conditional tax credits from the Indiana Economic Development Corp. 

ExactHire says it will hire 12 new employees to join its existing 10 full-time staff. HCC will be hiring 23 new employees to join its 14 existing staff. The IEDC has offered both companies a total of $275,000 in conditional tax credits based on the companies' job creation plans.

"Our company has been invested in the Indianapolis area since it was founded in 2007, we’re excited to build upon the success we’ve already experienced in the HR and Benefits industry right here in this region," said Harlan Schafir, partner and chief executive officer of HCC. "The new talent we’re seeking to hire will give us the momentum we need to continue our growth."

The tax credits offered by the IEDC are performance-based. The companies will not be eligible to claim the incentives until Hoosiers are hired.

"Indiana is a state that works for business, with more Hoosiers working now than ever before in our state’s 200-year history," said Jim Schellinger, president of the Indiana Economic Development Corp. "In recent years, companies like ExactHire and HCC have added more than 5,000 tech jobs throughout Central Indiana alone, with most Hoosier tech positions paying wages well above the state average. As more tech companies continue to locate and grow in Indiana, Hoosiers will continue to see this trend of quality job growth."

ExactHire says it employs workers in customer service, software development, sales, marketing and administration. You can click here to find more information.

HCC employs workers in accounting, human resources, sales, benefits and payroll specialists. Interested candidates can click here to apply.

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