Since Workopolis is now run by Indeed, you can either publish a free job posting or pay for a sponsored listing. To help you decide how much to spend, an estimator tool will give you an idea of how many applications you can expect. The higher your budget on the pay-per-click sponsored listing, the more applications you will attract.
Workopolis is a flexible job posting site for Canadian employers, owned by Indeed, that enables you to estimate the number of candidates you would like to attract, based on your employment needs. They offer free job postings on Indeed as well as a career blog that features HR trends, industry insights, hiring tips, and more.
- Employers can easily post free job vacancies on Indeed.
- Employers have the option to sponsor their job postings for more exposure.
- Workopolis offers a helpful career blog.
- Jobs can be posted in English or French.
- Applicant tracking is offered through your Indeed dashboard.
- Employers have access to mobile recruiting through Indeed.
- No phone support.
- No video tutorials.
- Does not offer automatic reminders.
Workopolis is not accredited with the Better Business Bureau and has no customer reviews but has an A+ BBB rating.
How to Post a Job on Workopolis:
Five easy steps to posting a job on Workopolis.
Posting a job on Workopolis.
Navigate to the Workopolis home page.
From the Workopolis home page, click on the "Post Jobs Free on Indeed" button.
Sign in or create an account with Indeed.
Enter your company information and follow the onscreen prompts to fill in the job details, clicking "Continue" after each section.
Preview your job post.
Review your job post for accuracy and click "Continue."
Set your budget.
You can choose to sponsor your job post for better visibility. select "Don't optimize my job" for a free posting or set your budget and click "Save and continue." Enter your billing details and click "Continue."
Post your job.
Your job posting will be processed and appear in search results once approved. You can edit, pause, and monitor your job post from your Indeed dashboard.
Workopolis vs. Monster:
Monster is more expensive than Workopolis but nonetheless offers far more features for your money. Monster is internationally recognized and offers phone support, social advertising, and customizable branding, all of which are lacking with the Canadian-based Workopolis. See our article for a more in-depth comparison of Monster vs. Workopolis.
Workopolis vs. Google for Jobs:
Google for Jobs is a more complicated platform that requires employers to have their own company website as well as programming knowledge to structure the underlying HTML of job postings. Vacancies need to be properly indexed to appear on Google searches. Workopolis, on the other hand, offers a simple-to-use form to post jobs for free on Indeed.
Workopolis vs. Eluta.ca:
Eluta.ca is a Canadian job posting site that monitors registered companies' websites for job postings and will automatically include those postings in their organic search results. Eluta.ca only offers a job search engine while Workopolis, through Indeed, offers a wider array of alternate features like applicant tracking and mobile recruitment.
What is Workopolis?
Workopolis is a Canadian job posting site, owned by Indeed, that advertises jobs in both English and French. Workopolis users can post job vacancies on Indeed for free.
What does it cost to post a job on Workopolis?
You can either post a job for free or pay for a sponsored listing on Workopolis.
How do I create an account on Workopolis?
- Navigate to workopolis.com.
- Select the "Post Jobs Free on Indeed" button.
- Enter your company information and job details.
How do I delete a Workopolis job posting?
You can delete your job posting from your Workopolis-Indeed account.
How can I edit a Workopolis job posting?
You can edit your job posting by signing into your Workopolis-Indeed account page, clicking on "Jobs" at the top of the page, and selecting "edit job" below the job title. All details can be modified, excluding the job title and posting date.