Learn more about job boards
Job listings on Glassdoor, Google Search, Indeed, Monster, and ZipRecruiter
Jobs published through Hire will be shared with Google Search, and, if turned on, popular job boards Glassdoor, Indeed, Monster, and ZipRecruiter.
There is usually a 24 hour delay after a job is published before it shows up on Google search and the job boards you’ve turned on. The status of posting on the job's publishing tab starts as "delivered". Once an application is received from a particular job board, the status displayed on that posting will change to "active".
Common requirements for all job boards
All jobs published through Hire to external job sites must meet specific requirements to ensure they are searchable on those sites. Remember to also look over the requirements for each specific job board as they are not all the same.
Most job boards require a physical address for the job. City, state, and country are required but we recommend including a zip code as well. Including a street address can result in more applications. If you select a street address using location autocomplete in Hire, it may meet job board requirements.
If your job is available in multiple locations, create multiple jobs, each with just one physical address.
Job titles should be the name of the particular job as it might appear on a business card. Don’t add extra information like location or benefits to the title.
Requirements for Glassdoor
Requirements for Indeed
- You must enter an email address when enabling posting to Indeed. Hire will ask you to provide an email address when turning on.
- Turn on Indeed Apply to let candidates apply directly on Indeed.
If you have a job that is remote, enter “remote” as the location.
Requirements for Monster
- Even if jobs submitted through Hire meet all of Monster's requirements, Monster does not guarantee they will be posted. The only way to guarantee your jobs will appear on Monster is to sponsor them.
Frequently asked questions
Why are my jobs not appearing on these job boards?
Since each job board has specific job posting requirements, there can be a few reasons as to why your job posting may not be showing.
We recommend reading over the job board’s guidelines so it’s clear as to what they allow and don’t allow on their boards. If you’re still having trouble finding your job after you’ve fixed any issues, you may want to contact the job board to get further information.
You can find resources for each job board below:
By default, jobs published through Hire are free, or "organic," listings, but you can choose to upgrade your listings if you would like for them to be more prominent in job searches. Contact Indeed or ZipRecruiter to upgrade a job to a sponsored posting without recreating it directly on those boards.
If you’d like to sponsor your jobs on Monster or Glassdoor, you’ll need to recreate the job posting on their websites manually using a trackable link. To sponsor your jobs with Monster or Glassdoor, you’ll need to:
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, including how recently each job was published. Jobs submitted through Hire will be given equal weight to all other free listings on these services.
Can I repost jobs?
Can I post remote jobs?
What countries does each job board support?
- Glassdoor: Posting in all countries globally is supported.
- Indeed: You can find the full list of supported countries here.
- Note: Visibility in search results is based on Indeed's visibility rules which vary by country.
- Monster: Jobs in Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United States, and United Kingdom are supported.
- Note: Visibility in search results is based on Monster’s visibility rules which vary by country.
- ZipRecruiter: Only jobs in United States, United Kingdom, and Canada will be posted.
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
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.
Hire is also integrated with eQuest to provide job distribution to over 8,000 boards in 183 countries. Learn more about eQuest integration here.