Overall Satisfaction with Indeed Resume
We use it for internal hiring purposes as well as for recruiting for our clients. Our administrative team uses it to find internal hiring candidates. Our recruiting team uses it to source and recruit candidates for our clients. It helps us to find active candidates in the market that are wanting to look for new jobs.
- Helps to identify active candidates in the market.
- Makes searching for candidates fairly easy.
- Indeed [Resume] should require candidates to share their work authorization status.
- The search capabilities could be expanded.
- With all of the remote work now, they should allow you to search by time zone.
- The ROI on external recruiting has been fantastic.
- The costs aren't that high when we're able to place a candidate with a client.
Dice allows you to have a much more detailed search on some fairly important features like relocation preference, work authorization, compensation expectations. Dice also shares contact information which allows us to connect with candidates quicker than Indeed does. Indeed has a better variety of candidates as it seems to have a larger market share in terms of candidates posting their resume.
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Indeed [Resume] is great when looking for candidates that are not highly recruited on a daily basis. For example, software developers are already contacted 6-7 times per week through LinkedIn and other avenues, so Indeed is typically not a great source when looking for those types of candidates. But for other IT positions like management level, Project Managers, Business Analysts, Network Engineers, Indeed is a great source when recruiting those positions.