FlexJobs vs. Glassdoor.com

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
FlexJobs
Score 7.4 out of 10
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FlexJobs is an online job posting and candidate search tool from the company of the same name in Boulder, focusing on telecommuting and remote hiring, and other "flex" jobs.
$399
per month
Glassdoor
Score 7.1 out of 10
N/A
Glassdoor in Mill Valley offers their job posting and job search tools, at Glassdoor.com, providing a platform for job advertising, and employer branding.N/A
Pricing
FlexJobsGlassdoor.com
Editions & Modules
1 month
$399
3 months
$859
1 year
$2,999
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Offerings
Pricing Offerings
FlexJobsGlassdoor
Free Trial
NoNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional Details
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Community Pulse
FlexJobsGlassdoor.com
Top Pros

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Top Cons

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User Ratings
FlexJobsGlassdoor.com
Likelihood to Recommend
-
(0 ratings)
7.6
(5 ratings)
Support Rating
-
(0 ratings)
7.0
(2 ratings)
User Testimonials
FlexJobsGlassdoor.com
Likelihood to Recommend
FlexJobs
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Glassdoor
[Glassdoor.com] is well suited for larger, older organizations who have had time to build up a reputation in the market and have lots of employees come and go. This means that job seekers will have a lot more data to peruse when it comes to company reviews, interviews, salaries, etc. simply because there is a larger pool of people to provide such information. If you are a small or new organization, [Glassdoor.com] might not be helpful for candidates trying to learn more about your company.
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Pros
FlexJobs
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Glassdoor
  • It's like a mirror to organizations to how its culture, leadership, practices, and processes are perceived by previous and existing employees.
  • It provides key insights about our company, culture, the average salary for each role, and the interview process to the prospective candidates which helps them understand what to expect.
  • Sponsored campaigns can be run to hire candidates especially when hiring is to be done in less time as people browsing on the Glassdoor platform are the ones actively looking for a change.
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Cons
FlexJobs
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Glassdoor
  • Company updates seem to provide little value.
  • Tracking is constantly an issue.
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Support Rating
FlexJobs
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Glassdoor
Support is generally excellent, but there can be a fair amount of bureaucracy at times for requests. The support people are very knowledgeable of the platform, but sales seem to regurgitate the same info when trying to negotiate or upsell a client. Technical issues are rare and usually solved quickly.
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Alternatives Considered
FlexJobs
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Glassdoor
LinkedIn is the most direct competitor and to be honest Glassdoor's offering does not match up. LinkedIn's product is superior as it is more developed, more precise, you can get more insights as an applicant and as a business. I would use both services but Glassdoor would not be my first choice.
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Return on Investment
FlexJobs
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Glassdoor
  • We benefit from being able to see what former employees had to say about our company and how we can rectify any issues.
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