7 Days - Online Only
30 Days - Online Only
2 Column Print Ad & 30 Days Online
*Pricing is based on job postings on the "National Post" portal. Most of the region-specific publications offer identical plans and similar pricing, but depending on the area, job posts can range between C$125.00 and C$985.00 +HST. For a more detailed pricing breakdown, select a regional publication from the Working.com home page.
Working.com is a Canadian job posting site that allows employers to also post their job vacancies in local newspapers. Various plans are available, but pricing can become quite high when including enhancements, additional print lines, and job post durations.
The platform is a great way for employers to target and connect with local employers; however, it lacks key hiring features, such as a candidate database, applicant tracking, and hiring tips.
- Employers can post their vacancies online and in print in their local newspapers.
- Online-only pricing is affordable.
- Job posts can be syndicated via the Talent.com network.
- The platform offers a number of job post enhancements for increased exposure.
- The website attracts around 4.9 million job seekers each month.
- Payment can be made in currencies other than Canadian dollars.
- Working.com is affiliated with over 120 publication brands.
- Employers can syndicate their job posts through regional publications to target local professionals.
- Clients do not have access to a resume database.
- There is no applicant tracking system.
- The platform lacks social media promotion.
We were unable to find any online reviews of Working.com.
How to Post a job on Working.com:
Eight easy steps for posting a job on Working.com.
Posting a job on Working.com.
Navigate to the Working.com home page.
From the home page, click on a province and select a publication from the drop-down menu. For this example, we're using "The National Post." Most of the sites' job posting process is identical to this guide.
Start the job posting process.
Click on "LIST A JOB" in the top-right corner of the page. On the next page, select a vacancy classification to proceed.
Select a job ad plan.
Pick a job posting plan by clicking on the "Get Started" button next to the package that best suits your needs.
Create your job post.
Fill out the online form with your vacancy details. Add some information about your company and upload any photos or logos that you would like to include in your job ad. Then, click on "Next."
Use Betterteam's job description template to help structure your job post.
You can click on "Save" to complete your listing at a later stage.
Select optional upgrades.
On the next page, you'll see a preview of your job ad. Check any of the boxes to add enhancements to your job post. Then, click on "NEXT."
Click on "Edit" beneath the job ad preview to make changes to your post.
Schedule your job post.
Set the job post duration by using the online calendar. Scroll down and set the "PRINT START DATE" using the same method before clicking on "NEXT."
Review your order and create your account.
Ensure that you are happy with your order. Then, fill out the online form with your details to create your account.
Purchase your job ad.
Fill out the online form with your billing and credit card details. Once complete, click on "Place Your Ad."
Working.com vs. Indeed:
Indeed offers free and pay-per-click advertising and is thus more affordable than Working.com. Indeed also offers a variety of extra features that its competitor lacks, including job posting tips, sponsored posts, screening questions, and a candidate database. However, Indeed's clients don't have the ability to publish print ads.
Working.com vs. Google for Jobs:
Google for Jobs is a free option for getting your job vacancies noticed but requires some programming skills and a company website to have your vacancies appear in search results. It is much simpler to post your job ads on Working.com, but it will not reach as wide an audience as Google for Jobs.
Working.com vs. Eluta.ca:
Eluta.ca is like Working.com in that it is purely a job posting site with no additional features. However, on Working.com, employers can post their job ads on the site, but on Eluta.ca, employers must post their vacancies on their own company website. Eluta.ca monitors company sites and automatically includes any vacancies in their organic search results.
What is Working.com?
Working.com is a Canadian job posting platform that enables businesses to source suitable candidates for vacant positions through online and print advertising.
What does it cost to post a job on Working.com?
Pricing varies depending on the local newspaper you choose to advertise in but generally ranges from C$125.00 and C$985.00 +HST. Pricing depends on the number of days and the platforms that you wish to post your job on.
How do I create an account on Working.com?
- Navigate to working.com.
- Click "Sign In" in the top right corner.
- Click "Sign up now" next to "Don't have an account?"
- Enter your name, email address, and password. You'll need to confirm your password here, too.
- Click "Sign up."
How do I delete a Working.com job posting?
You can delete your job posting on your dashboard under "My Ads."
How can I edit a Working.com job posting?
You can request to edit your online posting from your Working.com account.
Does Working.com help to promote my job posts?
No, job posts on Working.com are listed in order of their publication date. Jobs posted on earlier dates will fall further down the list as new jobs are posted.
How long will my job post stay active for on Working.com?
It depends on the type of package that you select. Online posts can stay live for up to 30 days.
Does Working.com assist employers with candidate interviews?
No, Working.com only provides a platform for employers to post their jobs and attract suitable candidates.
What types of jobs can I advertise on Working.com?
Working.com is a general job board, so employers can advertise any type of job that is based in Canada.