18 Reviews

18 Reviews on FlexJobs

  1. Lara Samson
    Mar 16, 2023

    I was thrilled about the possibility of a legitimate website offering jobs that work from home

    Flexjobs offers an employment board that claims to be legitimate, and I do not dispute this at all. I am an admin professional at an intermediate level. I couldn’t find any jobs which I am qualified for through Flexjobs. It appears that most of the work on this website is specifically for professionals with degrees. I’d guess around 98 percent. I would not mind the price if I could get a single job that I am qualified for! In the end, I’m unfortunate. I was thrilled about the possibility of a legitimate website offering jobs that work from home!

  2. David Scobey
    Mar 16, 2023

    they're similar to jobs posted on other websites

    You pay for the job openings but discover they’re similar to jobs posted on other websites. This means they are not jobs with a vetted background that can be performed at home. However, they’ll advertise anything when the employer permits some flexibility, like flexible hours or working at home occasionally. There are a few, but most are advertised on other websites.

  3. Michael Cone
    Mar 16, 2023

    I was tempted to try it, but it wasn't worthwhile.

    I was tempted to try it, but it wasn’t worthwhile. The site states that all jobs are reviewed, but I did find duplicate listings that my Google search found. Second, after canceling the subscription, it was immediately removed even though I’d already paid for the month. In short, it’s an absolute scam.

  4. Laura Franklin
    Mar 16, 2023

    This isn't my first time signing up

    This isn’t my first time signing up. My circumstances have gotten very dire. Flexible jobs could mean different things to individuals. Part-time, full-time or semi-retired, remote, or retired. I had to pause my account since I didn’t use it. I stopped receiving emails and then forgot about it. I depend on LinkedIn along with Indeed. It’s a great source to help someone transition back into work. The user interface could be more intuitive. I like the seven free days to consider.

  5. Kurt Burkhart
    Mar 15, 2023

    The search engine may be fancy

    The search engine may be fancy, but it’s not 100% exact. Commutes don’t necessarily mean all commutes because you look up the job description. The job description states that you must live within the state or not more than 100 miles. Clicking on an employment title directs you to the company’s site to complete a lengthy application and pass a series of tests. In essence, you pay each month for a link you click. Not effective. Cost of waste.

  6. Deanna Gentile
    Mar 13, 2023

    I'm not sure about it

    I would like to see the possibility for a non-degree middle-aged person who has made it to the top within companies with Work Experience to transition to another field, working from home, or other opportunities. I’ve had experience in remote sales, but I wish I had more capabilities to handle different remote jobs. I would like to know what abilities I could acquire to advance to something else. I’m not sure about it, but I know it’s available.

  7. Kathy Weis
    Mar 12, 2023

    I found four within the same timeframe on Indeed for no cost.

    In the meantime, I found four within the same timeframe on Indeed for no cost. A majority of the jobs I’d get back one day later to say they had been filled. When I looked through the reviews on this site, they’re all written the same. It’s extraordinary and unrelated to my own experience. I’d be cautious.

  8. Peter Carlson
    Mar 12, 2023

    I had a wonderful experience working with Flex Jobs

    I had a wonderful experience working with Flex Jobs and will recommend and try it shortly. The interface is simple to use. There is a large number of job ads that aren’t remote when you go to them. (Not necessarily FlexJobs blame) however, an additional screening process could be in place to assist with this.
    Additionally, the search for job title terms might be more precise. Overall, I’m happy with the product. I will continue to use it to find jobs in the future! The only reason I’m giving four stars instead of 5.

  9. Odin’s Garden
    Mar 11, 2023

    unprofessional customer service.

    I was told I could claim a refund for the cancellation of my subscription. The refund never came through, and I have a message from Flex Jobs stating that I would receive an entire refund—unsatisfied and unprofessional customer service.

  10. Bryan Bugay
    Mar 11, 2023

    They are not in the middle for nurses.

    Excellent site. I am a registered nurse with more than 40 years of working experience in a variety of fields of healthcare. I’m planning to continue working over the next five years. The posts you have posted are all entry-level or very senior-level operations. They are not in the middle for nurses. I’m currently doing what I love: training employees.

  11. Louise Laplante
    Mar 10, 2023

    The worst company I have ever worked

    I’ve been told to have a fantastic experience and an excellent job, but after I pay, there is no job… The worst company I have ever worked for, I live as a worker in India, is going through massive change and an era of revolution in the Internet; like this, numerous online scams also occur, and it could be possible that you are aware of this. …! However, this company excels in time-wasting, so If you like to waste time, then this company is the best choice for you,

  12. James Brinkman
    Mar 10, 2023

    I applied for an open FlexJobs job,

    I applied for an open FlexJobs job, and the job description stated that the hiring manager wasn’t obliged to give feedback on all applications… because, as an employer, I know that the process takes just 45 seconds or less to deliver out a rejected email. I appreciate how welcoming and engaging FlexJobs has been; however, like many others in the job search, receiving no responses to my applications is extremely hugelyting. Good manners are still more significant in business than “being busy” daily.

  13. Marlene Johnson
    Mar 9, 2023

    They are fraudsters

    They are fraudsters! They took my money twice, even though I stopped their service. It’s a scam, trust me. The representatives are rude, and nobody takes you your complaint seriously. Do not pay scammers!

  14. laura walsh
    Mar 8, 2023

    They instructed me to contact my financial institution

    I tried to close the account two times, and they continued to charge me to cover the balance. They refunded my money and then took it out. When I asked them why they didn’t return the money, they denied that they did (even having an account balance). They instructed me to contact my financial institution (I have already done so) and later informed me that I was lost. If you plan to receive this, please ensure they don’t rip you off and continue taking your money.

  15. David Greco
    Mar 4, 2023

    I loved everything about FlexJobs.

    I loved everything about FlexJobs. The research done by its employees about each company listing jobs was beneficial. My only wish is that more companies are added. A Google jobs search offered many more listings for remote jobs from Fortune 500 companies. I used both sites extensively and preferred Google over this site because of the number of results returned and the price (free). Due to the career and resume guidance offered, I would still highly recommend FlexJobs to others; it’s just not what I need.

  16. walter jahnke
    Mar 3, 2023

    it is a great resource to research and apply for available positions.

    I had a positive experience looking into all Remote Jobs on the platform. I didn’t encounter scams or fake job advertisements, which was a time-saver and provided peace of mind and security. It was difficult for me to get a job through Flexjobs. However, it is a great resource to research and apply for available positions.

  17. Angie Guynn
    Mar 2, 2023

    I must understand what sort of financial compensation they offer.

    The need to mention the amount of salary in all employment applications. It should be a requirement for all employers and contractors. Because if I’m planning to apply for a 30-minute position with their business? From the start, I must understand what sort of financial compensation they offer. If I discover that it’s not enough after I’ve applied? I’ve wasted hours applying for jobs that don’t satisfy my salary requirements.

  18. Lisa Trim
    Mar 1, 2023

    their feedback will be beneficial to some extent.

    Flexjobs is simple to use and professional. It did surprise me that it was challenging to respond to applications that I made through Flexjobs; however, on other websites, I received a response no matter what direction I took, which was a little strange and made me wonder whether my application was getting through to potential employers. I believe that they were, but maybe their feedback will be beneficial to some extent.

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