Philadelphia-based Little Baby’s Ice Cream leverages Jane’s innovative hiring solution in preparation for expansion to Washington, D.C.
Jane, an innovator in talent acquisition, has been selected by Philadelphia’s quirkiest ice cream brand, Little Baby’s Ice Cream, to help scale the hiring for their expansion to Washington, D.C. Founded in 2011 as a single food tricycle in Philadelphia, Little Baby’s Ice Cream saw astonishing growth, opening its first brick-and-mortar store just a year later. Due to its memorable, wacky flavors and dedication to sustainability, the demand for Little Baby’s Ice Cream has grown throughout the region. Little Baby’s Ice Cream began using Jane’s hiring-as-a-service™ solution to help the organization streamline their hiring process in Philadelphia for all their open positions, from retail shop managers to ice cream scoopers to kitchen assistants.
“Jane significantly cut our hiring process by at least 20 to 30 hours and has become the backbone for our entire hiring process by creating structure, organization, and a convenient place to collect and store information,” said Martin Brown, co-owner of Little Baby’s Ice Cream.
Seeing rapid success with two local stores and a fleet of mobile tricycles in Philadelphia, Little Baby Ice Cream’s has decided to bring their fun flavors, like Earl Grey Sriracha and Lime Toasted Coconut, to Washington, D.C.’s Union Market, each and every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. with a unique pop-up/takeover hybrid in the Trickling Springs Creamery farmstand.
“We are excited to help Little Baby’s Ice Cream scale their hiring and play a small part in supporting their efforts to bring their fun and unusual flavors to Washington, D.C.!” said Everett Reiss, COO and co-founder of Jane.
Jane primarily serves business owners and HR managers in small and medium sized businesses from New York to California. Dedicated hiring specialists on the Jane hiring platform lets the company deliver a very cost effective and scalable hiring solution to growing employers who are tired of expensive recruiting solutions that do not deliver on their promises.
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