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Pricing:

Plan

Pricing

Starter (1 job post)

CAD299.00 /mo.

Standard (2 job posts with Performance Boost)

CAD499.00 /mo.

Premium (3 job posts with Boost and Resume Views)

CAD749.00 /mo.

Review:

Monster Canada forms part of Monster's extensive international recruitment platform and it exclusively features Canadian jobs. Their advanced recruitment technology connects employers with available talent. While employers pay to post jobs, job seekers can upload resumes and apply for jobs at no cost.

Highlights:

  • Employers can choose between three paid monthly subscription plans.
  • Connect with an international workforce.
  • Job posts are distributed via Monster as well as local news sites.
  • Includes flexible options to start and stop job postings at any time.
  • Advanced candidate matching filters are available.
  • Candidates receive job alert emails.
  • Options to contact candidates directly through built-in text and email tools.
  • Additional enhanced job branding and employer profile options are available.
  • Job postings include social media visibility on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Shortcomings:

  • No free job ad trial or job posting plans are available.
  • Resume views and precision filtering are limited to Premium plan subscribers.
  • The Starter plan excludes exposure enhancing syndication to other sites.
  • Only the Premium plan features new resume alerts and contacting candidates via built-in text and email.

Reputation:

On Sitejabber, users rate Monster with 2.73 out of 5 stars, slightly better than 2.4 on Trustpilot. Complaints are similar and mainly regard poor customer services after having signed a contract, expired or irrelevant job alerts, and a substandard resume builder product. Positive reviews highlighted Monster's comprehensive job search database.

How to Post a Job on Monster Canada:

299.00 CAD
10 Minutes
How to Post a Job on Monster Canada:

Five easy steps for posting a job on Monster Canada.

1. 

Posting a Job on Monster Canada.

1.1 

Click "For Employers."

Click "For Employers."

You will find this tab in the top right corner of the Monster Canada home page.

1.2 

Select "Post a Job."

Select "Post a Job."

You can find this blue button in the bottom left corner of the page banner as a blue button.

1.3 

Choose a posting plan.

Choose a posting plan.

You can choose from the Starter, Standard, or Premium packages. Clicking on "Buy Now" under your preferred package.

1.4 

Create an account or sign in to Monster Canada.

Create an account or sign in to Monster Canada.

Choose between the "New to Monster?" or "Existing User?" tabs. When creating an account, you will need to fill in some company details and your location. To sign in, enter your username and password.

1.5 

Enter your billing information.

Enter your billing information.

On the next page, you will need to fill in your billing information. After you have placed your order, you can create your job post by clicking on "Post a Job" on your dashboard.

The, enter your job ad details, click on "Preview" to review your job ad, and submit your job post.

Monster Canada vs. Indeed Canada:

Both Monster and Indeed Canada feature large job search engines. Indeed offers a free unpromoted job listing option, but for promoted jobs, both require employers to pay for job posts. Monster Canada’s pricing starts at $299.00 per month for a single post, whereas Indeed offers budget flexibility with pay per click options.

Monster Canada vs. Eluta.ca:

Monster and Eluta.ca differ in that Monster provides a powerful job search engine, while Eluta.ca displays job posts sourced from company websites. Monster offers paid plans that start at $299.00 per month for a single post, whereas Eluta.ca features free standard job posting as well as paid sponsored jobs that start at $199.00.

Monster Canada vs. LinkedIn Canada:

Monster and LinkedIn Canada differ in that Monster is a leading job platform, while LinkedIn Canada is a social network that includes job postings. LinkedIn exclusively offers employers a flexible pay per click job posting option, whereas Monster features paid job listing plans that start at $299.00 per month for a single post.

Key Information

Legal Name

Monster

Founder

Jeff Taylor

Founding Date

Jan. 01, 1994

Address

622 Third Avenue, 39th Floor, New York City, NY 10017

Number of Employees

1250

Telephone

1 (800) 666–7837

Website

https://www.monster.com/

FAQs:

What is Monster Canada?

Monster Canada is the international job search site Monster's Canadian-centered job search and recruitment platform.

What does it cost to post a job on Monster Canada?

Monster's pricing starts at CAD299.00 for a single job post.

How do I post a job on Monster Canada?

  1. Navigate to Monster Canada.
  2. Click on "For Employers" at the top right of the screen.
  3. Click on "Post a Job" and select a job posting package.
  4. Choose between the "New to Monster?" or "Existing User?" tabs.
  5. Fill in the required information.
  6. Once signed in to your account, click on "Post A Job".
  7. Enter your job post details.
  8. Click on "Preview" to review your job ad.
  9. Submit your job post.

How do I edit a job post on Monster Canada?

  1. Navigate to Monster Canada.
  2. Click on "For Employers" at the top right of the screen.
  3. Click on "Sign In" at the top.
  4. Hover over the "My Jobs" tab, and then click on "Manage Jobs".
  5. From the Views menu, select the status of the job that you want to edit.
  6. Use the search filters to find the job ad that you want to manage.
  7. Select the job post and select "Edit" under the available actions.
  8. Edit your job ad.
  9. Click on "Preview" to review your edits.
  10. Submit your updated job post.

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