How to Research Companies on LinkedIn
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Bryant & Stratton College students and graduates: Learn about the benefits of searching for companies on LinkedIn, how to search for companies on LinkedIn, and how to search company pages.

Bryant & Stratton College students and graduates: Learn about the benefits of searching for companies on LinkedIn, how to search for companies on LinkedIn, and how to search company pages.

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  • 1. How to ResearchCompanies on LinkedIn
  • 2. Overview• Benefits• How to search for companies• Searching company pages for current employees• Wrap-up
  • 3. Benefits• Find out more information about companies you’re interested in• Go to your interview more prepared• Connect with employees at these companies
  • 4. Searching for Companies on LinkedIn • From the top-right search bar – Select “Companies” – Type in a local company (i.e. a local hospital or accounting firm)
  • 5. Searching for Companies on LinkedIn• Once you find the company you’re looking for: – Click “Follow Company” – Click on the company to go to their Company Page
  • 6. Searching Company Pages • From the Company Page you have the ability to see any employee that lists that specific company as their employer • Click “See all”
  • 7. Searching Company Pages • Use this feature to – Connect with employees/employers in the community • If you’re connecting with someone you don’t know too well, refresh their memory on who you are – Bryant & Stratton College student or graduate that you met at a recent career fair on campus
  • 8. Wrap-Up• As you continue to search for and connect with local companies… – Your LinkedIn network will grow – You’ll be able to better prepare for career fairs and job interviews – Ability to connect with employees at these companies