RecruiterBox Reviews

Learn about RecruiterBox recruitment software for businesses. Includes info on RecruiterBox, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on July 10th, 2019

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RecruiterBox is a comprehensive recruitment software created for small to medium-sized businesses. With a few simple clicks, users can create new open positions and accept resumes through their website. Other key features include bulk upload, customizable hiring process, and collaboration tools.

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Pricing:

Plan Name

Monthly Pricing

Standard

$20.00/per opening

Pro

$490.00

RecruiterBox
Review:

Pros: Online-based option that is easy to manage. The UI is intuitive. Helpful customer support team.

Cons: Automated report delivery, open API and Slacks integration are only available on the Pro Plus plan.

Bottomline: Great value! Offers an intuitive and easy-to-use UI. There is a small learning curve but customer support is extremely helpful.

Key Information:

Co-founders

Raj Sheth, Girish Redekar, Raghuveer Kancherla

Founded

2009

Headquarters

Seattle, WA

Number of Employees

51-200

CEO

Julie Rieken

Address

911 E Pike St, #333, Seattle, WA 98122, United States

Email

support@recruiterbox.com

Website

www.recruiterbox.com

News & Activity:

Date

News or Activity

March 4, 2018

US PE firm acquires HR Tech platform Recruiterbox.

Reviews:

Source

Review

Brendan Florez - scibase.co

I highly recommend RecruiterBox -- they have a very clean applicant tracking system, and a Chrome browser extension which allows you to easily add potential candidates from many places - including LinkedIn! - with a single click

Matt Konda - mattkonda.com

I liked RecruiterBox until they raised the fees. Nonetheless, it seemed to be a more agile and useful tool than any of the others. My sense is that the landscape is evolving.

Higgs_Bosun - reddit.com

Depending on what you are looking for, I've really enjoyed Recruiterbox.com. Here's what I like: It's free to sign up and use for up to 200 applicants, or its $20 per open position per month for the paid version, which is quite cheap as long as you don't have 10 open positions for a year. It has real easy website integration, so you can list your openings on your company website or hiring landing page without really needing to know any coding, and any updates you make internally on the program get pushed to the website immediately. Auto responses, reply to emails direct from the program, keeps your work inbox nice and clutter-free. Some alright analytics and task-management tools. For my small company, I've found it to be enough. The resume uploader that pulls applicant info off the resume is brilliant.

FAQs:

How much does it cost to use RecruiterBox?

RecruiterBox plans range from $20.00 to $490.00. If you want an Enterprise plan, you can contact RecruiterBox to get a quote.

See RecruiterBox's full list of pricing.

What are the main features of RecruiterBox?

  • Applicant tracking.
  • Candidate sourcing.
  • Interview scheduling.
  • Offer management.
  • Collaborative hiring.
  • Reports.
  • Careers site management.

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Does RecruiterBox integrate with Slack?

Yes. RecruiterBox has excellent Slack integration capabilities.

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What job search engines does RecruiterBox post my jobs on?

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What applicant tracking features does RecruiterBox offer?

  • Candidate profile management.
  • Applicant search.
  • Recruitment workflows.
  • A centralized hub for all hiring-related communication.
  • Application status tracking.
  • Job opening archive.

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Is there a RecruiterBox free trial?

No, RecruiterBox does not offer a free trial but a demo is available here.

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