how do i post jobs to other sites?

Here's what to keep in mind when posting jobs to other sites.

Social Media

If you're posting jobs to social media, use your unique link provided within each job by using the social media icons, to create a posting. You can post to any social network you prefer. If your candidates ask, you can introduce yourself as an independent recruiter with Relode.

Although you will see the Relode company name in the bit.ly link (which is fine!), avoid mentioning Relode as the employer. You'll need to use your own company name, or state you are an independent recruiter to any candidates to prevent confusion.

Job boards

Some Relode Professionals also decide to post our jobs to different job boards, however, if you're just getting started, we recommend starting with your personal candidate network before investing in a job board. If you're posting on job boards, you'll need to use your own company name in order to activate your account. An example might be "Jane Smith Recruiting."

If you decide to post a Relode position, here are a few guidelines we require each user to follow:

  • Make sure to avoid mentioning information about the client or salary. Salary can vary wildly based on experience, location, and other factors. Our team will discuss both salary and the client with your candidate once referred.
  • As a Relode recruiter, you are an independent contractor, so we ask that you do not represent yourself as a Relode employee. Instead, use your own name or company when posting any jobs.

Failing to comply with any of the items above will result in suspension from the Relode platform per the Relode Recruiting Agreement.

We also encourage you to write your own job description for your posts. To attract the best candidates, we suggest you create the post specifically for candidates, focusing on the benefits and advantages of the job along with any qualification requirements.

Terms of use: Confidentiality and Affiliation

"Agent shall not disclose any Client name or the salary applicable to any Job Post in any public manner, including but not limited to public forums such as job posting sites, social media sites, personal web sites, blogs, or advertisements available to the public. In addition, Agent shall not hold himself or herself out as an employee of either the Client or Relode when sharing Relode Job Posts with candidates or otherwise."

To learn more about Relode's Terms of Use, read here.