As an employer, if you want to reach a large targeted audience quickly (and for one low flat rate), then Monster Job Postings is probably what you need. They have the reach and, more importantly, access to the depth of talent required to do a successful national or regional job posting and employee search. Here are some tips for using Monster.
Monster offers a popular network of job sites that connect employers with jobseekers. With Monster’s worldwide reach and wide range of employment solutions, you are well-equipped to find a job or find an employee for your company’s job openings.
Monster.com is the online component of Monster Worldwide, Inc. which was founded in 1967. Trading on the New York Stock Exchange as MWW, Monster offers a wide range of job recruiting and employment services for employers and those seeking employment. Jobseekers can easily post their resume on Monster.com’s extensive website where it is stored online and available for prospective employers. Likewise, the Monster Post-a-Job(s) service makes it easy for companies to reach millions of quality candidates. This combination makes for an excellent hiring solution for small businesses.
Monster benefits for employers
Monster’s Resume Search allows employers to search what has become the world’s largest talent pool of active jobseeker resumes. Monster offers tools for employers to quickly zero in on the exact type of candidates they are looking for. Similarly, employers can benefit from bundled services. For example, the Monster Job Posts and Resume Search Bundle combine Monster’s two most popular employer products at one discounted price.
Monster provides a host of other services to streamline the hiring process. A sophisticated set of resume management tools will help you to sort and track the dozens, if not hundreds of resumes that you will receive for each job posting. For candidates that pass your final selection stages, Monster also provides background check services through partner HireRight. A background check can verify your candidate’s employment background, as well as screen them for felonies, misdemeanors or federal crimes.
Make use of generous discounts and promotional code offers
Monster job postings can be expensive for small employers or sole proprietors looking to expand operations. Many Monster promotional codes can be found along with offers such as “buy one job posting get one free,” along with other promotions that make job posting on Monster more affordable.