May 15th 2017 at 12:06am Published by sharpshooteradmin

Companies often invest a large budget in searching for qualified individuals with the talent to outweigh the competition. Canada has great sites where you can concentrate all your efforts and become more efficient on the hiring task. Competition for talent will be even more fierce in the upcoming years as the number of job vacancies increases and employers will need to know the right channels to find the right people.

Top job sites in Canada for 2017

Indeed Canada – International Job Board

The global mega-aggregator Indeed has various country-specific branches, including a Canadian version. Indeed collects and displays jobs from other sites (like your careers page) for free, if the job ads meet its standards. Indeed also offers free and paid posting options right from its platform.

Glassdoor – International Job Board

Glassdoor is a global review site and job board (also recently acquired by Recruit Holdings). Millions of candidates visit this site to explore and leave reviews as well as look for jobs.

Monster Canada – International Job Board

One of the most visited job boards worldwide, Monster, has a popular branch in Canada. This job board attracts millions of job seekers every month and has built an impressive resume database.

CareerBuilder Canada – International Job Board

CareerBuilder Canada is the local version of global employment site CareerBuilder. You can use this platform to post jobs (there are paid plans depending on the number of jobs you want to have posted simultaneously) or search the vast resume database for resumes that meeting your criteria.

Eluta.caLocal Job Board

This Toronto-based job board is branded as the “official job search engine of Canada’s Top 100 Employers project”, attracting millions of candidates annually.

Jobbank – Local Job Board

The official government job board of Canada has two versions, Job Bank in English and Job Bank in French and it’s one of the best free job posting sites in Canada. Your job ad will reach job seekers from all provinces, both English- and French-speaking, and you can market it to groups of people, like veterans, indigenous peoples or people with disabilities.

Jobillico – Local Job Board

Jobillico Canada is based in Quebec and used by two million job seekers, according to its website. It has recently partnered with Job Bank, so if you have an account with Jobillico, your job ad will also appear there at no extra cost so you can reach more candidates.

Jobboom – Local Job Board

Employers use Jobboom to post jobs mainly in Quebec. This job board is popular in the province and recently partnered with Google to give job seekers better access to its job postings. And, if you want to post summer jobs or internships, you can do so for free.