At-a-Glance:

Feature

Season Workers

Price

From £54.00 +VAT /post.

Discounted bulk job ad packs

Social media promotion

CV database access

x

Job ad distribution

Review:

Season Workers gives employers access to a niche pool of candidates in a wide range of sectors with seasonal job availability. Employers can manage their listings and applications from a user-friendly online dashboard, while job posts are cross-posted to the site's affiliated job boards for increased exposure.

The job board is U.K.-based and receives most of its website traffic from local employers and job seekers, making it a valuable resource for hiring seasonal and part-time professionals. The platform is also more cost-effective than several niche competitors, such as Travel Weekly Jobs.

Pros:

  • Season Workers offers discounted rates on bulk job ad packs for companies hiring at scale.
  • The platform distributes vacancies to a variety of affiliated job boards and its social media pages for added reach.
  • Employers can create company profiles with a logo and a detailed description to aid brand awareness.
  • Listings can be featured on the site's home page and added to its newsletter for maximum exposure.
  • Employers can easily manage job posts and applications from their online dashboard.

Cons:

  • Season Workers does not offer a free job posting plan.
  • The platform does not offer CV database access or an applicant tracking system.

Reputation:

We were unable to find any online reviews of Season Workers.

Pricing:

Plan

Pricing

1 Job Credit

£54.00 +VAT

2 Job Credits

£102.00 +VAT

3 Job Credits

£144.00 +VAT

4 Job Credits

£180.00 +VAT

Season Workers vs. The Working Holiday Club Jobs:

Like Season Workers, The Working Holiday Club Jobs lists part-time and seasonal roles globally. However, the latter is the more affordable choice with a free posting plan, compared to Season Workers's £54.00 +VAT per post. Both sites offer social media sharing and employer branding, but only The Working Holiday Club Jobs features CV searches.

Season Workers vs. Travel Weekly Jobs:

Season Workers and Travel Weekly Jobs both offer featured listings and a user-friendly employer dashboard, but the former is the more affordable option, charging £54.00 +VAT per post. In comparison, a single job post on Travel Weekly Jobs costs £295.00 +VAT. Of the two, only Travel Weekly Jobs offers CV database access.

Season Workers vs. Reed.co.uk:

Reed.co.uk is a popular local job board that lists a wide range of general vacancies. While Season Workers also caters to several job markets, it gives employers access to a more niche network of seasonal workers. Season Workers charges £54.00 +VAT per post, whereas a new customer post on Reed.co.uk costs £89.00 +VAT.

Key Information

Legal Name

Houdini Media Ltd

Founding Date

Jan 01, 2001

Address

18 Main St., Carnock KY12 9JG

Telephone

01 383 851 166

Website

https://www.seasonworkers.com/

FAQs:

What does it cost to post a job on Season Workers?

Season Workers' pricing starts at £54.00 +VAT for a single listing.

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