WorkHere is the first social app that instantly connects local workers and local employers.


WorkHere’s mission is to connect local workers and local employers to create meaningful employment, business, and life relationships. Using WorkHere’s familiar geolocation powered map-based interface, workers can quickly find local employers and connect with opportunities to work. Employers can build and engage with a local network of people interested in working at specific place locations. WorkHere automates recruitment marketing and enhances employment branding. WorkHere is free for workers and is available on Google Play, the iTunes App Store, Amazon AppStore and the web at

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WorkHere is revolutionizing the hiring process starting with Indiana

Business leaders encounter a variety of challenges, but ask about the biggest pain points they face today and it’s a good bet you’ll get an earful about how difficult it is to hire and retain great employees. “If you think about how most job boards work today, they are pretty much all based on the

Jobs in Tech Report: Q1 2017 jobs announcements in Indiana technology companies

Indianapolis has been in the headlines for record tech job growth – 5th in the nation according to CBRE and tenth in the nation for tech company office leasing. Not all of the attention is on the Circle City, as Bloomington, Carmel, and Fishers all saw tech jobs announcements in the first quarter of 2017.

WorkHere Aims to Be LinkedIn for Non-Cubicle Dwellers

In the current era, it’s almost a given that people working in so-called white collar jobs will maintain a LinkedIn account. Whether for the purpose of storing a resume, communicating with potential employers, or connecting to one’s professional network for help finding a job, LinkedIn has become the default online network for cubicle dwellers across

Visionary Computer Scientist Brad Pillow joins talent startup WorkHere

WorkHere, a mobile app startup disrupting the job search and talent recruitment spaces, announced today that visionary computer scientist Brad Pillow has joined the WorkHere development team as senior architect. Brad is well known for his role in creating the hardware and software that enabled digital video to be edited on personal computers in the 1980s