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There wasn’t enough room in our previous Best Company Career Sites of 2017 (Vol. 1) piece, so we did a Volume 2!

Here are some of the best company career sites with an emphasis on the careers home page.

Banfield Pet Hospital

  • If you have anything that tugs at a candidate’s heart, show it. Banfield is masterful at showing pics and videos of cute puppies.
  • Easy to digest info, including visually showing that you could work just about anywhere in the U.S. (a map is most valuable to show when you have a nationwide presence (all chains should use a map).
Best Company Career Sites Banfield Pet Hospital 2 - Ongig Blog

 

Toggl

  • If quality is a priority, check out Toggl’s approach in which they use their careers home page to list every department they have with a persona of who they’re looking for along with a 20 minute test for each job.
  • They include salary ranges for each department — “No salary info” was the top reason why candidates had a negative candidate experience.
Top Company Career Site - Toggl

 

Brightview

  • Awesome visuals, branding, and career site homepage layout.
  • Great talent community opt-in — The image definitely accentuates the opt-in
  • Status update link for returning applicants link — An under-utilized feature that can increase candidate experience
Top Company Career Site 3- Brightview

 

Kimberly-Clark

  • Branded URL (welcomeoriginalthinkers.com)
  • A quiz showing you your personality type and how that might be a good fit at Kimberly-Clark (see a sample of the quiz we took!)
  • Emphasis on job and/or location needs —  Make sure candidates know your needs. Kimberly-Clark does this by emphasizing Neenah Appleton, WI jobs with its own tab and enlarged link (middle of page).
Top Company Career Site Kimberly Clark - Ongig Blog

 

Walmart

  • Clean, easy-to-navigate for such a big company
  • Unique employer branding video that tells you some things you probably don’t know about the retailing giant (diversity, military/veteran recruiting, etc.)
Best Company Career Sites Walmart - Ongig Blog

 

Roblox

  • Killer sub-headline — Talking directly to the candidate.
  • Great Employer Branding and employer of choice award
  • Useful company stats with a cool looking counter.
Best Company Career Sites Roblox 2 - Ongig Blog

 

Sofology

  • Killer hero video media
  • 3 easy call to actions
  • Employer of choice awards (6 of them!) above the fold
  • Enlarged talent community opt-in at the bottom of page
Best Company Career Sites Sofology

 

Procter & Gamble

It’s great to see an company who is as good at employer branding as they are at product branding. Check out:

  • The clear mention of their brands
  • The overall color scheme (I feel like they took the best colors from each brand to craft this company career page)
  • A dynamic headline — Strong and bold (literally and figuratively)
  • A mix of diverse people throughout the career homepage
Best Company Career Sites Procter & Gamble - Ongig Blog

 

KPMG

A nice mix of:

  • Recruitment Videos — Multiple videos are showcased, KPMG history and Life at KPMG
  • Answers to “why” a candidate should work there
  • Employer of Choice Awards — Rotating carousel of awards, this can also be utilized for images and/or video
Best Company Career Site KPMG 2 - Ongig Blog

Rob Kelly

Co-Founder and CEO at Ongig
Ongig transforms your job descriptions to attract the best talent faster. Ongig is a content management system that supercharges your job descriptions through video, images, pictures, chat, social sharing, microsite creation and much more. Jobs can be more easily found through Artificial Intelligence-based job search and all pages are Mobile and SEO optimized. Ongig's professional copywriting team will even rewrite your job descriptions. Early clients of Ongig include Yelp, GoDaddy, Verizon, Intel andAutodesk.

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