Monster.com is a global job search and career advice website; it was created in 1999 by Jeff Taylor, and since then it has become the most visited website for employment in the US. Its headquarters are in New York City, New York. Monster makes it easy for job searchers to find the job they need and require, and create a resume that would help them have a better chance at scoring a new job. It is very easy to create a profile and upload a resume; on average in a single minute – 29 résumés are uploaded on the platform and 2,800 jobs are viewed. Monster offers its services globally, and account holders can seek jobs, get career advice - and better search tools for the employers to find the right candidates for them. Account holders get job alerts sent to their email addresses, and to make the process easier – there’s a Monster mobile APP for job search.
Monster.com doesn’t specify a price-match guarantee.
Customers can go to their account settings and make a cancellation and refund of paid services, as needed. It is possible to cancel anytime.
New users can try Monster.com to find the right candidate for 7 days; after 7 days have passed, the customer has the option to upgrade, and they can choose the starter pack which offers unlimited applicants to your job post and the option to video interview them. Then there are standard and premium subscriptions for more growing companies or enterprises; these include performance boost, and option for the job posters to view potential resumes.
Special offers, deals and promo codes are advertised on the official website, and on social media channels.
Monster.com doesn’t specify qualified customer discounts.
The company doesn’t specify a trade-in policy.
The company doesn’t offer a credit card to customers.