SmartRecruiters's core product, SmartRecruit, costs $10,000.00 a year, before add-ons. Pricing depends on the add-ons you select and how many employees you have.
Pros: Has an interview scheduling tool. The support team is very good.
Cons: It can become expensive.
Bottomline: SmartRecruiters brings huge recruitment benefits to businesses, especially those that can fully harness all of its numerous features.
San Francisco, CA
Number of Employees
225 Bush Street, Suite #300, San Francisco, CA 94104, United States
News & Activity:
News or Activity
September 27, 2018
March 14, 2018
Is there a SmartRecruiters free trial?
SmartRecruiters does not offer a free trial at this time, but you can request a demo.
Are there any SmartRecruiters alternatives?
What does SmartRecruiters cost?
SmartRecruiters negotiates prices with companies individually, so you'll have to call them to get an exact price for your business.
How do I take the SmartRecruiters product tour?
To take their product tour go to the SmartRecruiters website, navigate to 'Resources', and select the product tour tab. You will be asked to hand over a bit of information about your company and yourself.
Where will my SmartRecruiters job postings appear?
You can use SmartRecruiters to post to many job boards, including Indeed, LinkedIn, Monster, Glassdoor, and others.
What is the SmartRecruiters Marketplace?
It's sort of an app store for SmartRecuiters Inc. Users can go on and purchase apps and services from various vendors that integrate with the SmartRecruiters platform.
Reviewed: Sep 26, 2018
I totally recommend getting an ATS. Some of them are even "free" but they charge a small fee with each ad you post. I've tried SmartRecruiters and HiringThing. I used to have an annual charge of about $1,500.00 for the software. I love being able to share resumes with hiring managers, rate applicants, search resumes, etc. $1500/year could save you an incredible amount of time and frustration.
Reviewed: Nov 27, 2018
Few months ago I actually had two interviews in one company through SmartRecruiters, and once it started the platform was rather smooth and good. Besides that, I simply hate them. Worst of all, when I try to edit them, the process is terribly tedious and lasts for ages! You have to save or "publish" the profile after editing each individual item, or it throws a bunch of "unexpected errors". So, you literally must have one profile for all job applications.