Cliccalavoro is a fast and efficient platform that allows companies to optimize selection processes and candidates to look for work quickly and effectively.
With about 2.6 million registered users, Cliccalavoro is the second largest generalist job board in the italian market. Born in 2000 with an intuition of Pagine Gialle, it was acquired by Antevenio in 2006.
Jobboard Finder’s opinion
Summary: Created in 2006, CliccaLavoro is a national job board owned by Antevenio, a Spanish company that specializes in performance and brand marketing. For a little over a year now, Paolo Galli has been in charge of the internet portal development for three of their websites, including CliccaLavoro. Despite a sudden drop in shares in November, Antevenio is doing pretty well. However, the website portals aren’t. CliccaLavoro has seen its activity drop from 500 000 views 6 months ago, to 177 270 and those numbers continue to fall. It’s difficult to understand why, but the website is looking a bit “abandoned”. The social media isn’t though: many updates for both the 775 Twitter followers and the impressive 4 252 015 Facebook followers.
Design: The homepage is dominantly green with the search engine (keywords) in the middle of the page. There are some featured companies, and two lists to pick from (jobs by location and jobs by sector). The ad space on the homepage is taken up by random adverts and adverts also appear in the middle of the list of the jobs. In the job listing, there are no logos and no filters, but you can see the publication date. The page just loads job offers for as long as you can scroll down the page. Finally, there is a company listing, indicating the number of job offers per company, but it also have adverts every few names.
The job board objective: In just a click, CliccaLavoro (which mieans “Click jobs”) makes it easy to find work.
Recruiter observations: For recruiters, the page goes blue. You’ll need a tax file number, a phone number and an Italian address. The registration page is not https:// secure.
Jobseeker observations: To create an account, you need an Italian phone number. To apply to job offers you simply send your CV over (and an optional cover letter). However, the job offers often redirect to Indeed too. The registration page is not https:// secure.
The job offers: According to CliccaLavoro, there are 66 888 job offers.
Special features: The blog (in Italian); courses; job alerts.
Verdict: The fact that the registration page is not https:// secure is always alarming. Furthermore, the absence of filters makes it difficult to find what you want. Finally, the branding is pretty poor. Italian job boards are a peculiar bunch, but this one seems to be having a bit of trouble of late.
Written by Ali Neill
As the job board tester and blog editor for the Jobboard Finder, Ali works on job boards from all around the world and keeps a close eye on the recruitment trends thanks to a number of sources, including the website's social media pages.
Additional job board information
Cliccalavoro has a huge base of Facebook fans, as well as a very active twiter account.
Mobile and social friendly site
Easy to use for the user
Targeted job offers for each candidate
Customer care for immediate and punctual companies
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