What are the job board post for a small business to post about 10-20 jobs a mont
Other places to post jobs other than Indeed that is best for a small business that needs to post 10-20 jobs a month?
Congratulations on your fast growth. I’ve attached a few articles that can help you find the best job board for your needs. Some are based on number of jobs you post, and others allow unlimited job postings each month if you sign up for a package (which is probably the way you’ll want to go). Here’s what I recently recommended in an article:
“For hourly, low-paying jobs, Monster or Snagajob may be a better option than Indeed since Monster has a 14-day posting option geared towards just those job seekers, and Snagajob was developed specifically for hourly job seekers. You could also try Craigslist. For the opposite — high-level senior roles — Ladders is a better choice as they require jobs posted to have salaries of $40,000 or more. You can also consider LinkedIn for an executive search.”
In addition, once you start posting so many jobs, you’ll find it challenging to keep track of them all in terms of who has applied, been screened, been interviewed, completed background checks and so forth. That’s when you’ll want to invest in recruiting software (HR folks refer to this software as an applicant tracking system, or ATS). Many of these post to multiple job boards, and then pull all the data into one system (the ATS) so that you can keep track of your recruiting pipeline. Stay tuned as I’ll be publishing updated articles on recruiting software and free ATS systems in a few weeks. In the meantime, these articles may help!
Best of luck recruiting!
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