Thanks to the growing number of job boards, job search engines and social networking sites, it’s easier than ever to promote job offers for thousands of potential employees. What’s more, many of these sites allow you to advertise open job offers for free, saving your organization’s money on recruitment processes. Where to post jobs for free online?
General purpose bulletin boards
Most job offers have one main purpose: they are the central hub for publishing, promoting and completing new job offers. The job listing sites listed here are designed to provide all kinds of job offers in any industry and provide free access to a network of thousands of job seekers.
The Recruiter boasts a network of over 10,000 recruiters from various industries, including IT, HR, sales and healthcare. Thousands of companies use the free labor market to promote new job offers and connect with talent. The site serves over 800,000 members in over 30 countries and reaches 2.8 million social job seekers.
JobSpider is a free bulletin board modeled loosely on Craigslist. Employers can publish an unlimited number of vacancies on the JobSpider network, with millions of jobseekers active on the site, and employers can view their CV online for free and search for the best candidates for their job offers.
MightyRecruiter uses syndication to improve the recruitment process. Recruiters can create an unlimited number of open job offers, which can then be shared with up to 29 different job boards, including LinkedIn, CareerBuilder, Nexxt and Glassdoor.
In social media
Use the power of social media to spread the word about job offers. Publish job offers wherever your company is present in the community. In this way, people can submit applications on a computer or mobile device. Just remember to keep your posts up-to-date and frequently updated, or risk your community presence looking outdated.
Pros and cons of free bulletin boards
So if all these free routes are available, why would someone pay for the entry? What are the advantages and disadvantages of free jobs?
If you do not pay for work directed specifically to qualified candidates, you may not reach anyone of valuable or high quality. This means that the time spent creating a recruitment message is wasted if you receive a modest response or a wave of non-qualified candidates bombarding you with applications.