Sister companies Glassdoor and Indeed—they’re both controlled by Recruit Holdings—have joined forces to offer packages of job postings and employer branding services.
Customers will be able to post open roles on both sites by using Indeed’s job advertising features, and purchase bundled employer brand services om Glassdoor’s Employer Profile and Indeed’s Company Pages Premium.Sister companies @Glassdoor and @Indeed join forces to offer packages of job postings and employer branding services. Click To Tweet
The companies said they’ll work closely in sales and customer support. This fall, employers will be able to access reviews and ratings from both sites from the Glassdoor Employer Center. That will allow employers to more easily observe workplace culture and gain better insight into the kinds of candidates who are researching their companies.
Glassdoor revamped the Employer Center in January to simplify navigation between posting jobs, responding to reviews and tracking brand reputation. It also added nested and affiliated profiles to help companies provide more context for units of large organizations.
More Single Access
“The combined strength of our two brands will help employers tell their story and hire quality candidates at scale easier,” said Glassdoor CEO Christian Sutherland-Wong.
Glassdoor and Indeed will continue to operate as separate brands. Just as Ultimate Software and Kronos operated as separate brands after the private equity firm Hellman & Friedman acquired Ultimate in 2019. (The companies announced their merger in February 2020.)
Earlier this year, Indeed added a “skills test bundling” feature, along with the ability for candidates to take assessments and add results to their profiles.
Using the feature, employers who post a position on Indeed can add tests that relate to a particular job. For example, a test on social media skills can be bundled with a posting for a marketing manager position. Each posting can include up to two tests.
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