We use Workable for tracking applicants and taking them through the process. I think the point when we got it was when we were running out of spreadsheets--this helps automate the function. I like the custom pipelines which are not hard to use. It pulls in information on candidates from lots of different sources and it’s easy to pull in recruiters if they want to be part of the process.
Founder & CEO - Postman
Workable is the ATS that we use to manage all candidates that come through via our different job channels. It’s similar to Greenhouse, but probably less expensive and has all the features that we use.
Co-founder & CEO - Brosa
We use Greenhouse for administration of the recruiting process. It has been great from a workflow perspective, keeping everything in the same place. We started with Workable, but thought it was limiting in a lot of ways, especially around calendering, so HR people prefer Greenhouse.
CEO - Beeswax
Workable is sort of a recruiting CRM. It integrates with a lot of other job boards we use occasionally but the CRM is its core strength.
VP of Technology - Gust
Workable makes the recruiting process much more organized than getting applicants in a mailbox. If you don’t have a tool when you’re filtering through candidates, you’re doomed. It’s a necessity.
Founder & CEO - Agorapulse
We tried Workable, but then we realized we wanted to do everything in Slack. We use MailClark for a team inbox for [email protected] where we can collaborate on different applications. You can do a lot on Workable but we wanted a simple application system.
Co-founder & Product Manager - MailClark
Workable works well as an applicant tracking system. There is a feature that allows us to rate the candidate and we can use that during the hiring process.
Co-founder & CTO - Teem
Workable has been pretty good. It allows us to post across multiple sites.
Founder & CEO - Embroker
Workable is simple, clean and cheap.
Founder & CEO - People.ai
We’ve looked at Breezy HR and other tools that are similar to Workable. There are a lot of them! Workable is in a competitive space. When we found Workable, we liked them because they are super simple and have a one-click setup on all the different networks. They have 15-20 different networks, and you can pick and choose all the free ones or pay into a premium service. It’s great because they don’t charge per user. I have my managers logging in and participating in the process. It’s super easy to archive posts, and it hits all the networks. Their pricing point is really cheap, which isn’t a huge deal for us, but their workflow is done really well. It makes Workable really friendly to use.
Co-founder & CEO - Roadmunk
Workable is simple and easy to use.
Co-founder & CEO - Student Loan Hero
We use Workable to help us with less marketable channels. Usually with recruiting, you put ads on multiple job boards and Workable is efficient in this way because we make one board on Workable and it creates job postings for us. Then it puts everything back into one funnel so we can go into one website instead of 4 or 5 different job boards.
Co-founder - ShipBob
Workable is our ATS. It’s great software, and we love those guys!
CEO - Mention
We use these tools but most of what we get is by word of mouth or people applying through our own site.
Co-founder - Trove
Workable offers a really straightforward user experience, and the pricing makes sense.
Founder & CEO - Instapage
We use Workable to host our job descriptions - it does all the same things as other recruiting tools for a fraction of the price.
Co-founder & CEO - Qordoba
Workable is really great.
Co-founder & CEO - Gorgias
We use Workable for listing openings on our jobs page.
Marketing Manager - Shippo
We use Workable as a lightweight ATS.
Founder & CEO - Good&Co
Workable is really good. If you need a landing page for your job applications, it’s awesome.
Founder & CEO - Roomi
I chose Workable because other folks in the Alchemist Accelerator recommended it. It’s been good so far, and they have a really powerful platform.
Founder - Qbox
Workable is fine. Because of the nature of the company, we weren't hiring very frequently. Most sites like Greenhouse and a few others are expensive. Workable was priced right for what we were looking for. We really just wanted to push our job posting out to a bunch of listings. It was good enough for what we were looking for because we're not actively recruiting all the time.
Founding Partner - Blueprint Health
5%Stacklist Startups Are Using Workable
Workable doesn’t have some of the more complex features that large companies rely on to keep track of their recruiting process, but its nonexistent onboarding process and low price make it useful for smaller startups.
Workable has five pricing packages, and a 15-day free trial. Each package covers an unlimited number of users and has Workable’s full set of features, but allows for a different number of active jobs you’re attempting to fill. Starter: $19/month; allows for one active job Lite: $49/month; allows for three active jobs Standard: $99/month; allows for five active jobs Professional: $199/month; allows for 10 active jobs Enterprise: $399/month; allows for unlimited active jobs
Visit the website: https://www.workable.com/