1. Are you going to sell my email address?
Never. All of your contact information will be kept strictly confidential.
2. How do I post a job?
To post a job on HigherBracket you need to have an employer account employer accounts are free and easy to set up. Once you have an account you will be able to log in, post jobs, see stats on your job postings, archive jobs and set up a professional profile so that six-figure earners can learn more about you. To set up an account click here...
3. Is there a fee to post a position?
We do not charge employers and recruitment professionals to post jobs on Higher Bracket.
4. Is my position right for Higher Bracket?
We have 3 rules for any job posting:
A. The position pays at least $100,000 a year gross, this includes base and on target bonus/commission, plus benefits.
B. The position is not a multi-level marketing or franchise opportunity. It must be a salaried, non-entry-level employment position.
C. The position is currently open and accepting resumes.
5. How long will my job listing run?
We strive to give our members quick access to new positions and give recruiters a focused response. Therefore, positions are usually listed only once, and remain on our web site for 90 days unless you enter in an earlier archive date while posting.
6. Can I post a job confidentially, so that my identity and company name will not show?
Yes. When you post a job, you have the option to keep all of your contact information (Name, Title, Company, Address, and Phone Number) confidential. Job Seekers can then apply online with a resume to your inbox without knowing the identity of your company. It is important to note that this will reduce your response rate as six-figure earners are more prone to work with you if they know something about you.
7. Can Higher Bracket have candidates directly apply to our own internal ATS?
Yes. If your company already has an Applicant Tracking System that accepts resumes via e-mail, Higher Bracket can direct candidates to respond directly through your ATS.
8. How does Higher Bracket attract "passive" candidates? What is a "passive" candidate?
A passive candidate is employed and relatively satisfied with their current job. They are not generally looking but they will listen to opportunities that advance their careers. They rarely go to job boards.
Our word of mouth advertising and direct mail advertising programs are targeted to passive job seekers. Over 64% of HigherBracket's subscribers are passive candidates.