Greenhouse is a feature-rich applicant tracking and recruiting system for midsize and large companies that require advanced scheduling, customization, and a straightforward workflow.
Greenhouse takes action on diverse hiring with measures to reduce unconscious bias. The platform primes interviewers with reminders during key moments in the hiring process. These reminders are intended to keep the evaluation process focused on empirical qualifications and nothing else. Users can also require the interview panel to explain and justify their ratings to promote transparency and fairness.
To see the hiring process through to the finish line, Greenhouse’s onboarding module equips users with customization and automation features. Offer letters can be personalized and sent automatically.
Greenhouse is a solid ATS that will provide excellent value to medium and large companies. For the most part, it succeeds in its attempt to drive engaging candidate interactions and streamline administrative tasks. Some potential customers will be turned off by their lack of transparent pricing, but for those who can afford it and will use all of its features, we highly recommend this platform.
Greenhouse is one of the leading applicant tracking and recruiting software ideal for medium and large-sized companies. It allows you to:
We like that Greenhouse takes diversity hiring into consideration with measures to reduce unconscious bias. You can set up reminders automatically displayed to your team at key points in the hiring process so they can focus on a candidate's qualifications and nothing else. You can also require your team to explain the ratings they’ve submitted to promote transparency and fairness.
To see your hiring process through to the finish line, Greenhouse’s onboarding module equips you with customization and automation features. Offer letters can be personalized and then sent out automatically. The software also makes it easier for you to prepare a thoughtful welcome for the new hires to get them familiar with the company’s culture and colleagues.
In overall, Greenhouse is a solid ATS from many companies that can derive value. It is robust, user-friendly, and covers almost everything you’d need from an ATS to find, organize and hire candidates. That said, the software is known for not so straightforward compared to other options on the market. And again, lacking pricing transparency is a drawback.
Small companies that operate on a conservative budget and hire infrequently are not a good match for Greenhouse. The best ROI for this product is experienced by mid to large-sized teams.
Greenhouse is used by over 6,500 companies, including HubSpot, DoorDash, Dropbox, and Wayfair.
Greenhouse also has features for:
Reporting and analytics
Tasks and alerts
Diversity hiring tools
Greenhouse offers three plans, and the pricing is based on the company’s total headcount.
Their standard contract is a one-year prepaid subscription, and discounts are available for two and three-year prepaid agreements.
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Medium to large-sized companies get the most out of Greenhouse.
We've been keeping tabs on Greenhouse for some time. Here are the most significant updates the Greenhouse team has made in the past three years:
Sourcing Automation: Personalize and automate email outreach campaigns at scale. The Greenhouse Recruiting Chrome extension finds contact details and syncs them to email campaigns. Users can merge data across platforms and communicate with team members regarding sourcing reports within Greenhouse.
Greenhouse Goals: Setting hiring goals and tracking progress within the platform are the two main functionalities of this add-on. Generate reports on individual and team performance over time to identify gaps and drive efficiency.
Greenhouse Job Ad Market: Job Ad Market suggests job boards specific to your needs and evaluates them based on historical and industry performance by region and job function.
Report Dashboards: Core metrics and trends associated with offers and hires, recruiting efficiency, sourcing, and pipeline health. The report can be generated for any role, department, hiring manager, etc.
Greenhouse was founded in 2012 by Daniel Chait. Chait had previously founded a banking software startup, Lab49, and while managing it, he experienced first-hand the challenges of recruiting and realized the need for software to streamline it. After he sold his stake in Lab49 in 2011, he decided to focus his next business venture on recruiting tech, and Greenhouse was born.
Greenhouse supports over 6,500 customers today and has expanded beyond their New York HQ to have offices in San Francisco, Denver, and Dublin. The company has also won several awards over the last few years, including Inc. Magazine Best Workplace (2018 – 2022) and Glassdoor #1 Best Place to Work, Forbes Cloud 100, Deloitte Technology Fast 500, Inc. 5000, Crain's Best Places to Work NYC, and Mogul’s Top 100 Workplaces for Diverse Representation (2022).