It is a transparent remote job board service where companies can enlist and publish their current openings, and candidates can apply and subscribe to new job listings.
It is not an ATS (applicant tracking system), meaning candidates cannot apply through our platform, and you cannot screen candidates solely through our service.
It is not a job board for non-remote positions.
It is not a service that can be used by recruiters to post jobs on behalf of other companies.
Fair Remote is free during our 14-day trial period. We do not require a credit card upfront.
Our service can also be used free forever with our Starter plan which offers a 10-day job post each month.
If you need more job posts in a month, you can opt for our unlimited plan for $199/moth flat.
Check our pricing page for the full features breakdown.
No. Any taxes we collect are in addition to the stated prices. Read our taxes policy to find out if we collect taxes in your jurisdiction.
2020 was a shitty year, and we want to make 2021 better, so we offer a 50% discount to the first 21 companies to subscribe to our unlimited plan.
No. We do not require a credit card upfront. You can use the service without any obligations.
At the end of your trial we'll automatically downgrade your account to the Starter plan which offers you a 10-day job post each month.
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We created Fair Remote based on our frustration and needs, and the lack of posting a salary upfront is one of them.
Every one's time is wasted if the salary expectations of the employer and job seeker are too far apart.
When your on the free trial, your job post is live until your end of the 14-day trial. If, by the end of the trial, you subscribe to the unlimited plan, your job posts will be active until the date you set upon creation
When your on the Starter plan, your job post is live for 10 days.
On the Unlimited plan, you're in full control for how long a job post is active. You set the due date during the creation wizard.
Yes. Just go into your company page, and click on your expired job post, set a new due date for receiving applications, and republish it.
You can post one 10-day job opening each month. We consider this more than enough if you’re a small company and can’t afford to allocate a budget for ads.
No. The Starter plan is free forever, we promise. No gimmicks. No credit card required.
Yes. We mention this in our Terms of Service under the Payment, Refunds, and Plan changes section.
If you’re on a paid plan, when you go into your account settings, we display your billing cycle end date.
All billing details are handled through Stripe. You can update your credit card by going into your account settings, and click the Manage Subscription button.
This will redirect you to your Stripe customer portal where you can add, update, and remove any cards attached to your account.
Yes. You don’t have to call or email us. You’re in control of your account.
It should be as easy as hitting a button, and that’s how we designed the process for you. It’s as simple as going into your account settings and hitting the red button.
If you’re on a paid plan, we’ll automatically cancel it, and incinerate all your data.
We cancel the plan at the end of the billing cycle. This means that once you cancel it, you still get all the future until the subscription ends.
Once the subscription ends, we’ll expire all your job posts, and automatically downgrade your account to the Starter plan.
You can go into your account settings, under the Account tab, and update your current email address.
Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll help you out.