Overall Satisfaction with Indeed Sponsored Jobs
I am the Recruiter for a family-owned construction company in the Greater Philadelphia area. We use Indeed to post all of our open positions. We are a rapidly growing company, so we utilize Indeed to get us as many qualified applicants as possible, to give me and my team enough candidates to speak to hire for our open positions.
- Indeed advertises themselves well (commercials, etc.) which drives jobseekers to their website where they ideally find our positions
- Indeed sponsored ads help us place our positions atop their first page or 2
- It allows me the ability to customize which jobs are sponsored and which ones are not
- I think the interface for selecting the sponsored jobs could be simpler
- I think if we are a very active user, our jobs should have some ability to be posted immediately, and not have to wait 4 or so hours for that process
- Indeed sponsored campaigns should work just as effectively as indeed hosted postings
- It does seem like often times they are just trying to get us to spend more money
- applicant quality for certain positions is vastly lacking compared to others
- overall, i think it offers us a decent ROI/ cost per hire
Sales Representatives, customer service, admin roles, project coordinators, accounting.
None in particular, it gets the job done to the expected levels.
Ben, Rachel, and the rest of the team on our account are always quick to respond and set up calls. Like everything else, we run into issues, but they are always there to at least hear us out, provide potential solutions, and normally steer us in the right direction by the end.
indeed has been better for us.
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Indeed to me is truly the main player in the job board game. There are competitors who obviously do very similar things, but to me, if a person is looking for any type of job, indeed is where they are likely to go first. It is perhaps less appropriate for lower-level/non-office-type positions, but it is very obvious to use for officer roles, sales, admins, etc.