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NoDesk has an attractive interface that is designed to make it easy for remote workers to find new opportunities in their field. They can filter job posts by location, and search for only those vacancies based in Canada. Features include company branding, social media sharing, transparent pricing, 45-day job posts, and great customer service.
While NoDesk is a remote work job board that reaches an international audience, you can choose to target people living in Canada. Some helpful features such as a resume database, candidate matching, applicant tracking, and screening are missing. Job posts can't be edited without help from NoDesk support staff.
- Pixel Union, 1Password, Pocket, Squarespace, and Sendwave have all used NoDesk to hire remote workers in Canada.
- Companies can create their own profile pages.
- Employers can brand job postings with their logos.
- Postings are shared by NoDesk on Twitter.
- There is dedicated customer support.
- NoDesk attracts over 100,000 remote professionals.
- The platform uses an email newsletter to reach more people.
- NoDesk has transparent pricing with no tiered plans or hidden fees.
- Every job post includes every NoDesk feature.
- Job posts stay active for 45 days.
- There are volume discounts of up to 30%.
- Jobseekers can filter vacancies by location.
- Employers can set salary expectations for job posts to be reflected in Canadian dollars.
- Job posts last longer than those on We Work Remotely and Eluta.ca.
- NoDesk is more affordable than Jobspresso.
- There are no built-in applicant screening tools.
- Support is offered through email and social media only.
- There is no candidate matching feature.
- Employers can't edit a job post once it's been posted.
- There is no resume database.
- Jobspresso offers access to a resume database and keeps job posts active for 90 days.
- Pricing information on the site is in U.S. dollars only.
- Competitors such as Eluta.ca reach more job seekers.
Very little third-party information for NoDesk is available. The company does not have a Better Business Bureau profile or rating. We could not find independent reviews of the platform.
NoDesk, however, is used by companies like Squarespace, Sendwave, Pocket, and Pixel Union. Representatives of these companies have been quoted on the platform's testimonials page, celebrating the good service offered and the quality of candidates attracted.
How to Post a Job on NoDesk:
Four easy steps for posting a job on NoDesk.
Posting a job on NoDesk.
Click "Post A Job" on the home page.
Navigate to the NoDesk home page and click "Post A Job" in the top-right corner of the page.
Create your job ad.
Click "Post Remote Jobs" or simply scroll down to the last section of the page and enter details about the job.
Then, click "Continue To Preview Your Listing."
Preview your post.
Next, you will see a preview of your job listing. Ensure that the information in your post is correct.
Click "Make Changes" to make any adjustments.
Click "Looks Great! Continue To The Last Step."
Submit your post.
In this last step, you will need to provide your company, contact, and billing information. Click "Submit" to make the payment and post your job ad.
NoDesk vs. We Work Remotely:
NoDesk only has one job posting option while We Work Remotely allows for a certain level of customization as employers can add options to promote their listings. NoDesk does allow postings to remain active for 45 days compared to WWR's 30-day posting, which means it could be better value for money depending on your needs.
NoDesk vs. Jobspresso:
Jobspresso may be more costly than NoDesk, but it does have the advantage of a candidate database that employers can access after they have purchased a listing. Furthermore, job postings on Jobspresso remain active for 90 days compared to just 45 days on NoDesk. Both job boards receive excellent traffic and are well-used by large companies.
NoDesk vs. Eluta.ca:
Eluta.ca attracts more than seven million visitors in Canada a year and offers free job posting options. It also conveniently shares new vacancies published on your careers page automatically. However, a sponsored job post on Eluta.ca costs the same as a job post on NoDesk, but only last for 30 days, not 45.
What is NoDesk?
How much does NoDesk cost?
A job post on NoDesk costs US$199.00 and lasts for 45 days. Employers can pre-buy bulk packs of jobs at a discounted price.