Indeed Mission Statement & Vision Statement

Indeed is an American job listing website founded in 2004 (16 years ago). its Co-headquarter is situated in Austin, Texas, and Stamford, Connecticut. Indeed was founded by Paul Forster and Rony Kahan. Indeed is a vertical search engine for jobs.

Indeed collects job listings from thousands of websites including company career pages, job boards, staffing firms, etc. Indeed also offers the candidate to apply to companies directly and post their resume on the site.

Indeed Mission Statement

At Indeed, our mission is to help people get jobs. We have more than 10,000 global employees passionately pursuing this purpose and improving the recruitment journey through real stories and data. We foster a collaborative workplace that strives to create the best experience for job seekers.

Indeed Vision Statement

We did no get any vision statement in indeed.com website. We will update vision of indeed as soon as indeed.com set its vision.

Indeed Core Values

5 core values that guide us inside Indeed.

A decision back in 2004 to build a site focused on job seekers above all else fundamentally changed the way people get jobs. With Indeed, job seekers could now find every available job with a simple “What” and “Where” search, saving lots of time and effort in an already daunting and frustrating process. Our first slogan summed it up perfectly: “One search. All jobs.” Since then, we haven’t forgotten the principles that got us here, which starts with putting those who need us most at the forefront of our thought process. As we’ve grown into an industry leader, we’ve defined 5 core values that have helped us grow to where we are today and will continue to guide us as we look to change the way people get jobs in the future.

  • Jobseeker first,
  • Pay for performance,
  • Data-Driven,
  • Innovation and
  • Inclusion and belonging.

Important Information About Indeed.com

According to the survey

  • 95% of employees are proud of indeed.com to be part of it.
  • 73% of employees are motivated by the company’s mission, vision, and values statement.
  • 82% of employees feel that indeed the goal is clear to them.
  • 43% of employees think “career advancement opportunities” is the most important thing besides salary.

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