Glassdoor is one of the largest job boards in the world and boasts a community of over 40 million job seekers.
If your company is looking to hire senior level positions, Glassdoor could be the place to look. Over 75% of their members have 4 year degrees and nearly 70% have over 10 years of experience in their field.
Sound like it’s worth checking out?
If so, this post will walk you through the exact steps you need to take to set up an account on Glassdoor, post a job, and start attracting applicants.
Let’s get started!
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Steps to Creating a Glassdoor Account
There are 6 major steps you’ll need to take if you want to create an account and job posting on Glassdoor. This article will walk you through each one.
Step 1: Go to Glassdoor.com
The first step you’ll need to take to hire on Glassdoor is to use your web browser to navigate to www.Glassdoor.com. From here, you’ll want to click “post jobs for free” in the top right corner.
Step 2: Basic Information
Once you’ve clicked “Post Jobs for Free,” the next step is to enter your company’s basic information, including the company name, location, and your email address.
It’s important to enter your actual company information instead of things like “test company” or “[email protected]” since this information will be used for your actual job post.
Once you’ve entered the basic information, the next step is to click the “Start Free Trial Button.”
Step 3: Enter Your Job Details
The third step in the process is to enter your job details.
This includes your company name, job title, and the location of the job.
When you’re done, click the button that says “Next: Job Descriptions”
Step 4: The Job Description
The next step is the job description. You’ll want to spend some time on your job description since it can dramatically affect how many people apply.
Once you’ve entered the job description, you’ll need to choose how candidates can apply to your job.
If you are just looking to hire and view resumes in your email inbox, just select the recommended option.
However, if your company has a careers page or an applicant tracking system, you can select “Job Listing URL” option and enter the link to your page.
When you’re finished click the button “Next: Select Plan.”
Step 5: Select a Plan
Glassdoor offers several different ways to pay for your job post(s).
The first option is fairly simple. It is $199 for one 30-day posting with no recurring subscription charges. You pay for the ad, it goes live, and then it comes down.
The second two options are for subscriptions. The first subscription option costs $199/month and allows you to post up to three jobs at any time. The second subscription option is $599/month and allows you to have 10 jobs live at any one time.
In addition, both subscription options come with a one week (7 day) free trial.
Select the option that best suits your hiring needs and click the blue button to continue.
Step 6: Enter Contact Information
Once you’ve selected your plan, the next step is to enter your contact information.
When you’re done, click the button that says “Next: Payment.”
Step 7: Enter Billing Information
Now that you’ve entered your job description, contact information, and plan choice there is just one step left to go; entering your billing information.
Simply enter your valid credit card number and click the blue button that says “complete purchase.”
And You’re Done!
Congratulations, that’s it! You successfully set up an account on Glassdoor and posted your first job.
But wait, there’s more!
Using Glassdoor for Salary Ranges
Glassdoor is more than just a place to post your jobs, you can also use it to determine fair salary ranges for employees.
That’s because Glassdoor has compiled the data from thousands of employers and employees to create accurate pay ranges.
To get a salary range for a potential hire, just follow these steps:
Step 1: Click on Salaries
Start on the Glassdoor.com home screen and find the salaries button.
Step 2: Search for a Position
Once on the salary page, enter the name of the position you’re hiring for and the location of the position.
Step 3: Review the Information
Once you’ve found the information about your job, Glassdoor gives you a lot of information you can use to determine a salary range.
The first screen you’ll see shows the national average salary for the position and the average for your location which could be slightly different.
If you scroll down, you’ll see a screen that shows salaries for specific companies in your area. This is often a good thing to look at if you’re competing against other well-known organization for candidates.
Finally, if you scroll down even further, you’ll recent salary reports which shows exactly what people who are getting jobs today are earning.
Using Glassdoor for Interviews
In addition to posting jobs and figuring out salary ranges, Glassdoor also has some great interview information you can use.
Step 1: Click on the Interviews Tab
Click on the interview tab and enter the name of the position and the location.
You’ll then see a description for the position and popular interview questions for the position.
Glassdoor is a great tool for finding candidates.
It is also a phenomenal resource to determine appropriate salary ranges and interview information.
If you’re looking to make a hire, specifically one requiring more educated or experienced candidates, it’s worth checking out Glassdoor.