When you're looking for a new job, there are a lot of things to consider. You want to be sure that you're going to be happy in your new role, that the company you join is going to be a great fit for your personality, and that your coworkers will be people who can support and encourage you professionally.
That's why it's important to take the time to get everything right—and if you're searching for a recruiting service, it's also important to make sure that they'll do everything they can to help guide you through the process.
This article will go into detail of the pros and cons of two of the most well known recruiting services that are out there, Workable and Breezy.
What is Workable?
Workable is a recruitment service that helps companies find and hire talent. With Workable's software, employers can create a profile page that attracts potential employees based on their skills, location and experience level—all while allowing candidates to apply directly through their website or app. Employers can also manage their hiring process from start to finish with Workable's tools like interview scheduling or video conferencing.
Workable is accessible through its website or through the Workable mobile app on iOS and Android devices. Users can find candidates by uploading job descriptions, sourcing LinkedIn connections and creating candidate searches that allow them to filter down their results based on skillsets, past work experience and personal interests. They can also manage conversations with applicants directly within the platform itself—no need for external email accounts!
Workable is great if you want to save money. It has a free tier that lets you manage up to 100 applicants with no limit on the number of jobs or applicants per job. The paid tiers range from $49 per month for up to 250 applicants with no limits on jobs or applicants per job to $399 per month for up to 10,000 applicants with no limits on jobs or applicants per job.
In regards to cons, if you have more than 30 jobs posted, it becomes expensive (as much as $49/month per position). Also, there's no way for candidates to apply for jobs directly through the platform (at least not yet). To apply for a job posted on Workable, you'll need to go through another website like Monster or Craigslist instead—which can be inconvenient if you're already registered elsewhere.
What is Breezy?
Breezy is another online recruiting tool that helps companies manage their hiring process from start to finish. It offers similar features as Workable but also includes some unique features such as a built-in chatbot that lets candidates ask questions about open positions or apply directly through Facebook Messenger or Slack channels instead of having to fill out a long application form every time they want to apply for an open position at your company!
Breezy's pricing varies depending on your needs—you can get started for $99/month or less with an annual plan—but it does have some key advantages over Workable in terms of customer support. Breezy offers 24/7 phone support as well as email support between 9am-5pm EST Monday through Friday (excluding holidays). If you need help after hours or on weekends, they also offer live chat support from 8am-6pm EST Monday through Friday (excluding holidays).
Breezy does a better job helping you manage your pipeline than Workable does—it lets you see who's still interested in applying for jobs with your company, who hasn't responded yet, etc.
In regards to cons, you can't schedule interviews through Breezy. This means that you have to manually add them into your calendar and then invite candidates through email or text message yourself after scheduling them—which can be time consuming if you're scheduling many interviews at once or have a lot of candidates coming in at once (for example, if you're doing an open house).
In regards to a feature summary, here is a summary comparing the features that are available in both Breezy and Workable: