I lost my time. I posted the job vacancies after they disabled my account without any reason. I sent them two mails in the last week and no one replied!
Review by Milinkovic3 months ago
If I could give no stars, I would.
I created an account, posted four jobs, which then went "under review". I thought by this morning that they would be approved, and that I would hopefully have responses waiting. I logged in this morning to check, but my account was disabled, due to breaking some rule. I went through the terms of service, cannot find a single thing I had done wrong. I have now emailed their "support" five times since then (it has been almost six hours) and have not even received an email saying my ticket was received. I had high hopes for this service, from hearing positive things from other recruiters, but now I am just beyond disappointed with this so called ATS.
Review by Mct3 months ago
The process of creating jobs was difficult. The jobs were "under review" for more than 3 days. Finally, our account was disabled. It took them 3 days to give us an explanation why. The explanation was that they don't allow "freelancing" postings although you are allowed to post the "contract" option for job type. They have no idea what they are doing. Don't waste your time.
Review by Haina Pluguez3 months ago
So firstly I have never had an account with SimplyHired. I received an email from an obviously fake scam employer which is fine I normally just ignore them, however scam this employer sent an email to me through SimplyHired stating that I applied and sent my resume to them via the app. I completely did not do that and I have tried to reach out to SimplyHired to see how they got my information and what exactly they have. They obviously have not gotten back to me. Don’t sign up.
Review by Annoying4 months ago
Pathetic. Posted two jobs. Then I was to "prove" I was a real company by asking for a utility bill. Did that. Result? My postings have been under review for 2 weeks. I've contacted them twice about this. NO REPLY. I mean, are they even in business?
Review by AlexanderMilne Oppelt1 year ago
Their model is a failed model - a haven for scammers who post bogs jobs to scam people. Also applicants who post their resume are open to scammers.Avoid this website if yo dont want to be victims of thousands of scammers who visit this site everyday looking for their next prey
Review by Joeroe2 years ago
After visiting xxx.simplyjobs.com i started getting these annoying pop up messages on my phone home screen and they wont stop no matter what i do, no matter who i call or ask. Do not sign up for any name that starts with xxx.simply______.com or anything like it. The jobs are bogus, stolen from real sites. Stick with the job search sites with a good reputation. They are not one of them!
Review by Bista3 years ago
NOT HONEST! $300.00 later and ONLY 1 response from Simply Hired. FRAUD! FRAUD! FRAUD!
Review by GavinB Levano3 years ago
We paid 100.00 and had one response from simply hired. The one response had the wrong resume attached and an issue with the email address. When we contacted the company they were implying our ad was a bit to long.
However the same ad in indeed attracted 100 plus responses in a week.
I don't believe this company is functional and I would be suspicious of the number of positive reviews. I think they are probably not to a legitimate company from our experience. They have no interest in owning up to their responsibility to provide the services advertised.
Review by Shivy Arambulo3 years ago
This afternoon I received a telephone call from a Simply Hired Employment Specialist identifying herself as Amy. Amy said that she needed to ask me a few questions as a follow-up to a position that I applied for. I responded to Amy's questions; however, when Amy asked me the year of my high school graduation, apparently she didn't like my answer. She asked me to repeat it, and subsequently, disconnected the call. Hmmmmm.....feels like age discrimination. Shame on Amy and Simply Hired. Perhaps Amy needs a lesson in sensitivity training and a refresher course on Employment Law. One star is generous, zero would be more appropriate. If I wasn't stunned by Amy's behavior, I might be offended, but it isn't worth wasting the energy fretting over a job that probably didn't even exist.
Review by Blazej Yacoubi3 years ago
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Review by Partington Zarbo4 years ago
I've tried several other job board sites to find the job I was looking for: an entry-level marketing position, and while other job sites kept pulling up the same jobs that I saw on other websites, Simply Hired gave me fresh, unique results. The best part was how after I uploaded my resume, the Simply Hired webpage not only allowed me to do a 1-step easily apply feature, it also gave me more accurate, tailored search results that matched the information I had on my resume. It also sent me regular email notifications whenever fresh, relevant jobs came up on their site. Whenever I wanted to get fewer updates (or to stop it completely), it was easy to adjust it to meet my needs.
Review by Bafford Hefner4 years ago
I had a job that was ok, but not great. So I would browse Simply Hired from time to time. I finally broke down and set up email alerts for a few different jobs and lo and behold actually found a job in my field of study! It took 4 months but I'm on my third round of interviews and it's looking good. Easiest job search ever.
Review by Eiyov4 years ago
I had been looking for a job and purused several usual suspects like CareerBuilder, Monster and Dice. When I searched on those sites I got mostly entry level positions in banks or basic all commission sales jobs.
I went to Simply Hired based on a recommendation. There were several jobs looking for the experience I have and I applied to 3 of those jobs. I had an interview at all three and entered into the hiring process. I landed the Job I LOVE!!!
Thanks Simply Hired.
PS Loved the Email alerts.....always spot on. Never felt as though there were a bunch of ads either.
Review by Ducky4 years ago
Simply Hired is a great site with many jobs in one place. It's simple to use and navigate.
Review by Niesten4 years ago
they have a good listing of jobs, ways to filter them, and lots of useful information for finding jobs on their blog.
Review by Lehy Chare4 years ago
not very good job search site for frelanse
Review by DebbSeattle4 years ago
I can tailor my own search results by uploading my current resume. It gives me more relevant jobs based on my own experience.
Review by Whimsical Nonnenmann4 years ago
Broad selection of jobs in all locations in the US - pretty much anything you could potentially want in a job search site. Very clean, easy to navigate, and results are really well matched to search criteria. Highly recommend as a place to search, and apply for, jobs.
Review by Memnon Bajackson4 years ago
I was tired of my current company so I looked on Simply Hired for something new and interesting for me. Simply Hired had a lot of new and different opportunities for my career growth and I'm thankful that I found my current job from Simply Hired.
Review by Ssu Kichy4 years ago
At first I used Simply Hired as just a part of my online job search, alongside other job search sites and job boards. Over time I found that Simply Hired consistently had more relevant and fresher results, and I would hardly even check any other sites. I always recommend it to people who are looking for a new job opportunity or just want to see what else is out there.
Review by Langeder4 years ago
Simply Hired is a fast and easy to use job search engine. They also provide daily emails with all the most recent jobs you may be looking for. I have found many good openings on this site and submitted my resume.
Review by Keough4 years ago
Title says all. How come this site is not listed as a scam? Paying for a mashup of offers you'll find anywhere else. Being unemployed is not bad enough, these velvetjobs vultures are here for your remains.
Review by Achwaq Badrak5 years ago
Simplyhired's website is very streamlined and easy to use. The search feature and format are similar to Google's. I really like how the result links go straight to the original poster's listing,
Review by Ferke Derrow5 years ago
I signed up thinking this would be a simple, top notch site with full disclosure. Unfortunately, as an employer, you don't even get to see who clicked on the job posting. This is a valuable asset to have because maybe someone was truly interested, but intimidated to make the leap.
Also, the customer service attempted to blame the wording of my job posting. Well, we are a financial firm and have strict guidelines governed by the FINRA, SEC and even our own internal compliance office. It anything is changed or altered, then it is deemed illegal. Good lesson for you guys at simplynothired.
I was not provided a full list of where my job postings were listed. This is a serious trust factor. They would only show a few, but CLAIMED there are many many more. Hm. If they are keeping employers in the dark, I am curious what is happening to those applying?