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Attribute Ratings

  • Broadbean is rated higher in 1 area: Likelihood to Recommend

Likelihood to Recommend

9.0

Broadbean

90%
3 Ratings
7.3

Monster

73%
11 Ratings

Support Rating

Broadbean

N/A
0 Ratings
8.9

Monster

89%
5 Ratings

Likelihood to Recommend

CareerBuilder

Broadbean saves the team hours in multiple platform job postings since its integration. in addition to this because it integrates with our CRM we are able to manage applicants for each role in one place as opposed to each individual system/job board. this has freed up time that can be spent elsewhere on other activities.
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Monster

It is very well for the IT recruitment. Database of the C2C is candidate is very large and very helpful. Monster.com timely do the updates so less bugs and less issues compared to other portals. Using different to get the best potential candidate is very good while using Monster Job Portal.
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Pros

CareerBuilder

  • Broadbean allows us to post roles on job boards that we normally don't get a match on, and lets us expand our search and visibility to more candidates than ever before.
  • Extremely easy to post, detail, and edit job postings on multiple jobs boards instantly.
  • Customer service and the help center are friendly and responsive.
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Monster

  • Monster makes it easy for us to post jobs on their platform.
  • Working with Monster does an excellent job of providing alerts when applicants submit for open positions.
  • Our applications that we get from Monster applicants are easy for us to segment out for faster sorting and selections.
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Cons

CareerBuilder

  • There are a lot of steps to post adverts or even search candidates
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Monster

  • Monster.com can improve on its data redundancy aspect. It frustrates the users to look at or access the same sets of results or the same applications again and again.
  • It can also look into the spam feature. There are ways one can spam it by taking out information.
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Pricing Details

Broadbean

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Broadbean editions and modules pricing
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    Offerings

    Free Trial
    Free/Freemium Version
    Premium Consulting/Integration Services

    Entry-level set up fee?

    No setup fee

    Additional Details

    Monster

    Starting Price

    Editions & Modules

    Monster editions and modules pricing
    EditionModules

    Footnotes

      Offerings

      Free Trial
      Free/Freemium Version
      Premium Consulting/Integration Services

      Entry-level set up fee?

      No setup fee

      Additional Details

      Support Rating

      CareerBuilder

      No answers on this topic

      Monster

      Monster is a job portal with rich features and a great depth of database in candidates. They also have a good search option that is able to display the right candidates when you search for them. The only gripe that I have about Monster is that they need to improve their database of candidates when it comes to blue-collar jobs or non-software jobs.
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      Alternatives Considered

      CareerBuilder

      Broadbean is the only tool we as a business have come across that brings most job boards together in terms of posting adverts and managing the influx of applicants. This works better and provides a greater ROI than using Indeed for example because this system forces you to manage your applicants within their built-in CRM as opposed to integrating with your own. This means more time is spent form filling and saving CV's etc than needed if you want to get a candidate into your company database.
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      Monster

      I think Monster.com fills a different niche. SeekOut/LinkedIn are more about finding candidates from the overall pool of millions of profiles and resumes. Monster.com shows you immediately who is looking, who is applying, etc. Monster.com also has the salary tools, which I think is very unique. The other sites do not have that and aren't as transparent about the market. Which I think is very valuable during competitive hiring times like these.
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      Return on Investment

      CareerBuilder

      • It is great to post adverts to multiple job boards and get that information out to a wide audience
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      Monster

      • Using Monster.com gives us a sense of confidence in a time-tested platform.
      • We know that using Monster.com will be a better use of our time and resources.
      • By knowing we are working with a jobs posting partner like Monster.com we know that we will get to the positive, timely, qualified applicants we're looking for.
      • Time is money and Monster.com helps us save a lot of both.
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