Pay Attention to Passive Job Seekers


When we’re looking to hire a new employee, many of us focus on active job seekers—the people are out there actively looking for a job. But you can really benefit by finding ways to sell your business to passive job seekers—people who are not actively looking for a new job, but will accept an offer if the right opportunity presents itself. One of the best ways to land these highly skilled and engaged employees as a small business owner is to sell exactly that: what it means to work for a small business.

Learn the key benefits that small business offers to passive job seekers in this article by the ADP blog team at

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