Pricing: does not disclose any pricing details on their website. Interested employers can register an account with the company for more information.

Review: caters to the general job markets of the U.K. and abroad, connecting employers to qualified candidates at all career levels. While employers can post jobs directly to the site, the platform also aggregates jobs from corporate websites and other job boards. has a dedicated U.K. portal for local hiring needs. While the company features employer branding tools and resume searches, their pricing is not readily available on their website, making it hard to gauge the platform's affordability.


  • lists local and global vacancies from all industries.
  • The company has a dedicated U.K. website, with over 75% of its traffic coming from the region.
  • The platform boasts over one million active job seekers from around the world.
  • The company aggregates jobs from a variety of websites and job boards in six major languages.
  • Employers can search through the company's resume database for qualified candidates.
  • Other hiring services include premium listings and targeted email alerts.
  • Employers can track real-time analytics on their job posts.


  • does not disclose pricing information on their website.
  • Listings aren't shared on the platform's social media pages.
  • The company lacks local customer support.


We were unable to find any online reviews of vs. lists general vacancies throughout the U.K. In comparison, is a general job board and job aggregator that caters to an international audience. While charges £150.00 plus VAT for a premium job post, employers need to contact for its pricing. Both platforms offer resume searches and featured listings. vs. Monster:

Both and Monster are international job sites with a dedicated U.K. website for local employers. Monster, however, might be the better option for targeted hiring, as the platform attracts around 500,000 monthly website visits specifically from the U.K. Both platforms offer resume searches, precision filters, and targeted email alerts. vs. Adzuna:

Adzuna is a global job board with local offices and customer support, making their presence in the U.K. stronger than that of While both platforms feature hiring services like employer branding and premium listings, also gives employers access to a resume database, which Adzuna lacks.

Key Information

Legal Name


Maneck Mohan

Founding Date

Jan 01, 2007




What is is a general job posting site and job aggregator that connects employers with job seekers in the U.K. and abroad, offering a variety of hiring services, such as resume searches, premium listings, and employer branding.

What does it cost to post a job on's pricing is not readily available on their website. For more information, employers should contact the company via email.

How do I create a account?

  1. Go to's home page.
  2. Click on "Sign up" in the top right-hand corner.
  3. Fill out the registration form and select "CREATE ACCOUNT."

How many candidates use claims to have over one million active candidates.

Is trustworthy?

While we were unable to find any online reviews of, an article on FlexJobs mentions that the platform aggregates jobs from reputable sources.

How can I delete a job posting?

To permanently delete a posting, employers should contact the company.

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