Monster provides job search, career advice, and hiring solutions. It allows recruiters to search for employees and resumes, as well as post jobs across more than 500 job sites all in one place. In this article, we focused on its recruitment services and covered user reviews and pricing. Ready to get started with Monster? Contact their support team for more information.
What Monster Does Well
As of the date this article was written (11/28/2018), there are no recent positive Monster reviews online.
What Monster Does Not Do Well
Users who gave Monster a negative review said that the company failed to deliver the promises and claims made by their sales team, particularly in terms of providing qualified applicants. Some also reported experiencing glitches, especially when logging in. They also mentioned that the support team is not responsive to requests and queries.
One user who gave Monster a negative review on Trustpilot said that it’s very hard to get hold of a customer service representative after she signed up for an annual contract. She reported that three months have already passed but she’s still waiting for her refund to be processed since the company failed to deliver the expected results. She also mentioned that she wasn’t able to get any viable candidate to work with.
Monster offers 30-day job posting (prices range from $299 to $375) and 60-day job posting (ranges from $319 to $395) options. Aside from service duration, the main differences between the plans include the number of candidates to be reached, as well as the availability of premium features like posting optimization assistance and automatic visibility boost in search results.
Monster also offers Enterprise packages, but interested parties need to contact their sales support for custom pricing.
Ready to get started with Monster? Contact their support team for more information.
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Check out the list below of some of Monster’s features:
- Candidate Search
- Resume Search
- Job Posting
- Full-Service Sourcing
- Employer Branding
- Targeted Matching
- 2,000+ Pre-written Job Descriptions
- Job Posting Optimization
- Multi-user Access
Where does the job posting get advertised?
How long does it take to start receiving resumes?
Is there a limit to the number of candidates a recruiter can receive?
Here is a list of some of Monster’s popular integrations: