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Hire your dream team! Big “I” Hires has cutting edge tools to help small to large insurance agencies hire top-performing sales and service staff.

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DIY Hiring Toolkit

The DIY Hiring Toolkit guides you through the entire hiring process from preparing and launching your search, through screening and ultimately hiring and onboarding your next team member. The DIY tool kit provides customizable templates for job descriptions, interview questions offer letters and more.

Member price per position: $99 | Member price for complete kit with all available positions: $299

Recruiting

IdealTraits is an insurance agency-specific recruiting portal that assists with posting jobs to sites like ZipRecruiter and Indeed.com, receiving resumes, sending assessments, and identifying the right candidates for your open position. 

This program is available only to Big “I” Members. 90-day access is $449 and 1-year access is $949.

Assessments

Caliper’s proprietary employee and application assessment instrument accurately measures an individual’s job-performance potential.  

Big “I” Members receive $98 off a Caliper Essentials Report for Selection or Coaching (final price of $270) and 10% off other products.

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For more information about Big “I” hiring tools and resources, visit the Big “I” site.

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