COMPETITOR COMPARISON: How we compare with… Hiring People

Do you need to refresh your recruitment? Maybe you’ve been thinking about the best way to find new staff without the cost of a traditional agency or the burden of searching yourself? Online job advertising could be the answer… a cost-effective solution to promote your roles and fill your vacancies!

Get Staffed are one of various businesses that specialise in job advertising and online recruitment so we are writing a series of blogs to give you a better idea on what some of the leading companies offer. Each blog provides a breakdown of our features and services compared with one of our competitors – ensuring you know who is best to work with when you are looking to fill your next role!

This blog will shed some more light on Hiring People…

Get Staffed v Hiring People

Comparison Snapshot

  • Price per advert
  • Price for 10 adverts
  • Subscription
  • Standard package
  • CV Library & Reed
  • Guardian & LinkedIn
  • Branded campaigns
Get Staffed
  • From £199
  • From £1690
  • Available
  • 8 leading job boards
  • Included as standard
  • Available for £299
  • Available for £399
Hiring People
  • From £195
  • From £1750
  • Not available
  • 5 leading job boards
  • Upgrade available
  • Upgrade available
  • Upgrade available

Job Advertising Coverage

Our priority as an online recruiter is to place your job advert in front of as many potential candidates as possible so you receive more great applications and find the best person for your vacancy. Our strategy for this is to advertise your job across the most popular sites so thousands of job seekers find your role and apply if it’s right for them.

Indeed, Jobsite, Totaljobs, Monster and Glassdoor are the leading sites where Hiring People advertise all of their roles. Get Staffed also post your roles on all of these sites plus both Reed and CV Library for all our clients as standard. As two of the most popular job sites in the UK, Reed, CV Library and their partner boards welcome millions of visitors each month so we think it’s extremely important to provide adverts across the network for all our clients – not just those willing to pay extra – to give you the best standard coverage.

You may also want to share your job advert on further boards such as Guardian Jobs and LinkedIn to access even more great candidates – upgrades to include the additional sites are available with both Get Staffed and Hiring People.


Hiring People’s basic offering starts at £195 per role for their premium package which advertises your role across TotalJobs, Jobsite, Indeed, Monster and Glassdoor. Get Staffed offer our standard package for slightly more at £199 but we will advertise across all the same job boards as Hiring People plus the hugely popular sites CV Library and Reed for just £4 more! To advertise on these boards with Hiring People you would need to purchase their Branded Package for £395 so using Get Staffed instead could save you nearly £200!

We also offer larger discounts than Hiring People on multiple job credits which you can use to advertise any of your roles within a year of purchasing. For example, buying 10 standard credits with Get Staffed is £1690 or just £169 per advert compared with Hiring People who are charging £1750 for 10 adverts – so you save £60 with Get Staffed and get greater coverage!


Get Staffed offer further discounts to our customers buying recruitment subscriptions which allows you to spread your recruitment costs over the following year. For example, if your business wants to pay monthly for 50 adverts then this will cost you £660 month or the equivalent of just £158 per campaign! Hiring People do not offer a subscription service but you would expect to pay £8250 for 50 adverts which is £165 per credit – meaning you save £7 per advert with Get Staffed or £330 over a year!

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