Lever is an HR software that focuses mainly on recruiting and applicant tracking. It offers solutions for hiring, nurturing, and talent analytics. We compiled available Lever reviews from around the web and found that Lever has mostly positive ratings. We also compared the most popular pricing options for small business owners.
Lever Customer Reviews
Ease of Use: Excellent
Customer Service: Good
Summary of Lever Reviews
What Lever does well:
Users who gave Lever a positive review liked how intuitive it is and how easy it is to use for both employers and employees.
What Lever does not do well:
There weren’t a lot of negative reviews on Lever, but some users commented that they find the software somewhat pricey, some wished there was a mobile app instead of just a mobile optimized page, and others mentioned the lack of live chat for customer service.
Most Helpful Positive User Review
A positive reviewer from the site G2 Crowd said that the software is super intuitive and has an awesome interface. Their managers can use the tool easily which keeps everyone organized and on top of the pipeline. The customizable feedback forms and regular forms tool have made things more efficient and clean. He said all the moving parts of the software just make sense.
Most Helpful Negative User Review
A reviewer from Capterra said that it’s not cheap, but the price does vary according to company size. She said it’s worth it if there’s a dedicated person to handle recruitment. She also said that some small things like a Slack or DocuSign integration are unnecessarily pricey.
Other Lever Reviews From Users Around the Web
Here are a few other resources for finding helpful Lever reviews from customers. We rated the review sites on a scale from poor to excellent based on how trustworthy and useful the reviews seemed.
|*Average rating as of date article was written: Oct 17, 2017|
Lever Pricing is not readily available on their website. A third party source says Lever pricing starts at $300 per month for a company with up to 10 employees, and another puts it on above average pricing compared to other similar HR software. Lever has three subscription plans: Starter, Professional, and Enterprise.
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Ultimately, final pricing will depend on the plan and how many employees a company has.
Aside from the integrations in the table above, there’s a full list available on the website that breaks down all integrations by Access and Communication, Sourcing and Referrals, Job Boards, Assessments, Analytics, as well as Hiring and Onboarding.
Features that are available in all plans include:
- Chrome sourcing extension
- Social referrals
- 2-way email and calendar sync
- Custom recruiting pipeline
- Comprehensive interview kits
- Real-time reports
- EEO data collection and reporting
- Job boards syndication