PCRecruiter prices start at $85.00 per user per month for a basic two-year contract.
PC Recruiter Summary:
Pros: Powerful with rich functionality.
Cons: Can be clunky at times.
Bottomline: Consider how tech-savvy your users are before you invest in this service.
PCRecruiter Key Information:
Number of Customers
1 (440) 946-5214
4420 Sherwin Road, Suite 3, Willoughby, OH 44094
Where can I find the PCRecruiter login for support?
Go to PCRecruiter.com homepage, scroll to the bottom and click PCR User Support Login under PCRecruiter Support. Or you can go to help.pcrecruiter.com/support/home to get PCRecruiter help.
What is the latest version of the PCRecruiter software?
PCRecruiter 9 is the latest version. You can learn about previous versions and addons on the PCRecruiter downloads page at pcrecruiter.net/support/downloads/.
How much does PCRecruiter cost for a small business?
To get an exact PCRecruiter cost you'll need to get in touch with them.
Is there a PCRecruiter api?
Yes. You can find documentation for it at www.pcrecruiter.net/apidocs_v2.
Is there a PCRecruiter WordPress plugin?
Yes, there's a plugin for WordPress called PCRecruiter Extensions that generates iframe embed code for PCRecruiter Web Extensions.
Is there a PCRecruiter Outlook plugin?
Yes. You can find all the info you need about it at pcrecruiter.net/solutions/outlook. Basically, it allows you to work with PCRecruiter from an Outlook pane.
How would you compare PCRecruiter vs Bullhorn?
Prices are pretty similar, with the base price coming in just $10.00 lower per month with PCRecruiter. Both PCRecruiter and Bullhorn have a large number of features that sometimes overlap, sometimes don't. You'll want to have a look at them and decide which ones your business truly needs to make the right decision.
What are some PCRecruiter alternatives?
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PCRecruiter being SUPER clunky today!!! BLURGH!!!!!!
PCRecruiter just recently upgraded to an HTML5 version. There are a few of our older users who haven't adopted well to it and have receded back to the older version. It's a pain that we didn't just force them to learn it, but I can't imagine them having to relearn a whole brand new system and still be productive. Which is why I don't see them leaving PCR anytime soon.
I think your best bet, although it isn't very user-friendly (because of its strength and options) is going to be PCRecruiter.