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Job listings on Glassdoor, Google Search, Indeed, Monster, and ZipRecruiter

Jobs published through Hire will be shared with Google Search, and, if turned on, on Glassdoor, Indeed, Monster, and ZipRecruiter. After a job is published, there will be a delay before they show up on Google Search, Indeed, Glassdoor, Monster, and ZipRecruiter. It will typically take up to 72 hours for jobs to show up on these external sites. The status of your posting on the job's profile will remain as "Delivered" until an application is submitted through the posting. Once an application is submitted, the status will change to "Active".

Requirements for Glassdoor

  • Jobs should be associated with a single location. If you have multiple locations for a job, we suggest creating separate job postings for each job and location.
  • Job titles should be the name of the particular job as it might appear on a business card, with no extra information.
  • All jobs submitted must adhere to Glassdoor's Terms of Use. It is your responsibility to comply with these terms.

Requirements for Indeed

  • All jobs submitted should include a zip code, and city and state information is required. When typing in a location for a job in Hire, suggested locations will appear next to a Maps pin .
  • Jobs should be associated with a single location. If you have multiple locations for a job, we suggest creating separate job postings for each job and location.
  • You must enter an email address when enabling posting to Indeed. Hire will ask you to provide an email address after turning on. 

  • Job titles should be the name of the particular job as it might appear on a business card, with no extra information.

  • All jobs submitted must adhere to Indeed's Terms of Use. It is your responsibility to comply with these terms.

  • Learn more about Indeed's job posting guidelines.

Requirements for Monster

  • All jobs submitted must have a job title and job location.
  • Job titles should be the name of the particular job as it might appear on a business card, with no extra information.
  • Jobs submitted should include the physical address of the position, with a street address, zip code, city,  state, and country information.
  • Jobs should be associated with a single location. If you have multiple locations for a job, we suggest creating separate job postings for each job and location.
  • All jobs submitted must adhere to Monster’s Terms of Use. It is your responsibility to comply with these terms.

Requirements for ZipRecruiter

  • All jobs submitted must have a job title, job description, and job location with the country, city, state, and postal code included.
  • Job titles should be the name of the particular job as it might appear on a business card, with no extra or hidden information.
  • All jobs submitted must adhere to ZipRecruiter’s terms of use and job guidelines. It is your responsibility to comply with these terms.

Frequently asked questions 

How do I sponsor jobs on Indeed, Glassdoor, Monster, and ZipRecruiter?

Indeed, Glassdoor, Monster, and ZipRecruiter rank paid listings higher than free listings. By default, jobs sent from Hire are free, or "organic," listings, but you can choose to upgrade your listings if you would like for them to be ranked higher. Contact Indeed , Glassdoor , Monster, or ZipRecruiter to upgrade your jobs to a premium posting.

Why are my jobs not ranked higher?  

Google Search, Indeed, Glassdoor, Monster, and ZipRecruiter rank jobs based on relevance. Their ranking algorithms consider a variety of factors to determine how jobs are displayed per query. All jobs submitted through Hire will be given equal weight to all other "organic," or free listings, on these services. 

Why are my jobs not appearing on Indeed or Glassdoor?

If you had previously posted jobs to Indeed or Glassdoor through another ATS or other recruitment platform, make sure that those postings have been removed before publishing through Hire. Indeed and Glassdoor have strict content guidelines against duplicate postings and won’t post your Hire jobs if your company's job content is already on their platform. These rules also apply to companies who are posting job content that isn't their own, those jobs will be flagged as duplicates and removed from Indeed's and Glassdoor's indexes. 

What happens to old job postings?

Job postings that exceed 120 days will not show up in Indeed's search results and will not perform well in Glassdoor's rankings. If you have a job that's eclipsed 90 days on either Indeed or Glassdoor, a warning will appear on the job's profile page under the Publishing tab. At the top, select Repost to resubmit the job posting to Indeed and/or Glassdoor to reset its expiration. 

How do I get my company logo onto Google Search?

Google Search indexes content from millions of sources across the web. This includes company logos. In the interest of impartiality, logos aren’t indexed directly from Hire. Reference this developer documentation to learn how to optimize your logo for Google Search.   

Post a job to other job boards or aggregators

If you want to post jobs to other job boards or job aggregators and track them through Hire, an Admin must first set up a trackable link for each source. After a job is published, a link can then be created by any User who has the appropriate permissions.  

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