Distributing your role across multiple job posting sites is a great way to attract a strong pool of active talent. Here are our picks for the top job boards where you can post your jobs for free, when sourcing talent for your roles in Hong Kong.
LinkedIn – Premium
LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network with 722+ million members in more than 200 countries and territories worldwide and is a popular choice for employers looking to hire in Hong Kong. Employers can post their jobs on LinkedIn by choosing the pricing package that suits their specific requirements to attract talent from LinkedIn for their roles
JobsDB – Premium
JobsDB is a part of the SEEK GROUP and a leading job portal with substantial presence across China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand. Employers job listings on JobsDB are premium and employers can choose from various pricing packages based on volume of hiring.
Google for Jobs – Free
Posting jobs on Google for Jobs is possible if you structure the underlying HTML of your job postings so they can be indexed by Google for Jobs. Alternatively, you can post your jobs for free on Snaphunt to automatically distribute your job on Google for Jobs as well as numerous other job posting sites as Google for Jobs automatically indexes your branded career page on Snaphunt.
Monster – Premium
Monster is a leading global job board that provides premium job listings to employers for roles in multiple countries. Employers can post their jobs on monster.com.hk at a cost to source talent for their Hong Kong roles.
CP Jobs – Free & Premium
cpjobs.com is a relaunch of ClassifiedPost.com and is a part of SCPM Group. CP Jobs offers jobseekers easier access to the latest and most relevant job opportunities. Employers can post jobs free on cpjobs and also choose from a range of paid services including including Priority job listing, cpTalent, a candidate search and matching platform, branding, display advertising, email services and more.
Glassdoor – Free & Premium
Glassdoor is a website where current and former employees anonymously review companies. Glassdoor also offers free & premium job listings to employers looking to source talent in various countries.
Indeed – Free & Premium
Indeed is the world’s largest job posting site and offers free as well as sponsored (paid) job postings. According to Indeed, the platform receives 250 million unique visitors every month and strives to put job seekers first by giving them free access to search for jobs, post resumes, and research companies.
Neuvoo – Free
Neuvoo’s mission is to centralize all jobs available on the web, and with over 30 million jobs in more than 75 countries, Neuvoo has established itself as one of the largest job boards in the world. The company has recently rebranded itself to Talent
Are there any free job posting sites in Hong Kong
Yes, there are a few free job posting sites Hong Kong employers can use, including JobMarket.com.hk and Google for Jobs.
Any recommendations as to how I can fill my jobs in Hong Kong efficiently?
Contact the National University of Hong Kong and Shue Yan University to find out about advertising jobs to alumni. Try posting your job in different parts of Hong Kong as well.
What can I do to fill jobs in the Central District of Hong Kong?
Besides posting on job boards, consider placing ads in local newspapers, such as the South China Morning Post and The Standard. Contact local colleges, including Munsang College and Compass College, to share jobs with students and alumni.
What are the available job boards for Hong Kong’s Central District?
Any suggestions as to where I can post my jobs within the Hong Kong region?
Is there an alternative to advertising on job boards in Hong Kong?
Social media is another great way to find potential employees. To learn more, read through our guide on social recruiting tips.
What is the best strategy for recruiting in Hong Kong?
A recruitment strategy should be tailored to your needs and the type of position that you are advertising. For recruiting tips and more, check out our article on recruiting strategies.