Women For Hire Job Posting

Women For Hire job posting

May 29th, 2019

Women For Hire is a job board and recruitment service that allows employers to connect with qualified female professionals in all fields.

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Pricing:

Plan Name

Pricing Option

Individual Job Postings

$75.00

5–9 Job Postings

$60.00 per post

10–14 Job Postings

$55.00 per post

15–19 Job Postings

$45.00 per post

20+ Postings

$40.00 per post

Six-month Unlimited Package

$2,395.00

One-year Unlimited Package

$3,395.00

How to Post a Job on Women For Hire:

  1. Before you can post a job, you will first have to register and purchase credits.
  2. Once you've purchased credits, click "Post a Job" on the dashboard.
  3. Complete the online form, including your job title, description, location etc.

Key Information:

Founder

Tory Johnson

Founded

1999

Headquarters

New York, NY

CEO

Tory Johnson

Number of Employees

2–10

Phone Number

1 (212) 290-2600

Address

155 West 72nd Street, Suite 403, New York, NY 10023

Website

womenforhire.com

FAQs:

How can I create a Women For Hire account?

To create a Women For Hire account, hover over "For Employers" on the menu bar and select "Why Women For Hire." Fill in the online form at the bottom of the page.

How can I edit a Women For Hire job posting?

From your Women For Hire dashboard, select "My Jobs" and click on the job posting you would like to edit. Update your post and click "Save."

How can I delete a Women For Hire job posting?

From your Women For Hire dashboard, select "My Jobs" and click on the job posting you would like to delete. Click the "Delete" icon next to it.

How do I attract more female employees?

  • Offer flexible schedules.
  • Stop sexism in the workplace.
  • Provide paternity leave to show you promote gender equality.
  • Offer equal opportunities for leadership positions.

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