Lever costs from $3,000 to $125,000 per year according to our research. Lever does not publish a definitive price list. Prices can vary according to the number of employees a company has and the package it chooses.
Pros: Simple, clean, and easy to use. Offers useful features that streamline the hiring process. Good customer support.
Cons: No background screening.
Bottomline: Great applicant tracking system. Offers a system that easily helps managers and candidates alike. Good customer support.
San Francisco, California
Number of Employees
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1 (415) 458-2731
989 Market Street, #500 San Francisco, CA 94103
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What is Lever Hire?
Is there a Lever free trial?
No, Lever does not offer a free trial. However, interested customers can get a demo version.
Where is Lever located?
Lever headquarters is situated in San Francisco, California.
What important Lever ATS features should I know about?
What are some Lever alternatives?
Are Lever recruiting tools right for small businesses?
Lever does offer services to small businesses, right up to enterprise level companies. If you're a very small company and can't afford to spend money on an ATS, you may want to check out an ATS that offers a freemium level before you hire Lever.
Where can I find Lever ATS pricing?
Do Lever HR tools integrate with other HR software I use?
Yes, there are several integrations, as well as a Lever extension and a Lever LinkedIn integration.
Reviewed: Oct 30, 2014
All in all, if you are a startup and you are still using spreadsheets, give Lever a try. I have no doubt that you will like it. The tool just works.
Reviewed: Jan 18, 2018
Really impressed with Lever's ATS thus far. Great design and customer support.
Reviewed: Jun 28, 2017
As far as design goes, Lever definitely has the best UI/UX of any ATS on the market. Objectively, it looks real pretty.
Reviewed: Dec 06, 2017
I've built 2 companies post series B with Lever. I even worked with them when I ran sourcing at Twitter. No ATS comes close to the sourcing automation that Lever has.
Reviewed: Jul 18, 2017
The interface is over-complicated to the point of being unusable for anyone who isn't committed to spending hours a week in it.