Welcome to the ethical future of employment.
 

Here at Ohcul, our no.1 overriding aim is to bring diversity and inclusivity to the workplace.

We are the only jobs board to employ a ‘hidden application’ filter on all uploaded CVs. This means identifying information such as names, emails and social media profiles are initially hidden from employers as they choose their candidates.

They only see the talents that individuals possess, the qualifications they have attained and the skills, ideas and experience they bring.

Responsible Recruitment is at the heart of everything we do.

The Ohcul brand stands for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion throughout the candidate journey.

We are committed to our beliefs and have a proven model to deliver a diverse high quality candidates to our clients.

We at Ohcul have decided to champion diversity and inclusivity and urge our clients to do the same for the mutual benefit of both the candidate and the clients themselves. 

It should not matter who they are, they should be judged on what they can do and by discounting someone by their looks, their faith or their sexual or gender identification, businesses around the world are missing out on all these talented and highly motivated individuals have to offer.


 

 

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Job Posting Packages

Job posting has never been easier or more cost effective! You can post one jobs or up to 5 jobs using our simple e-commerce system via PayPal.

For details of other promotion packages and banner advertising rates, please contact us

Standard

£50 +VAT
  • 2 Weeks Posting
  • Advertise on Ohcul and with partners
  • Great for quick short temporary hires

Standard+

£140 +VAT
  • 6 Weeks Posting
  • Everything in Standard
  • Active Job Management
  • Ohcul Role manager
  • Fortnightly report

Fully Managed

£250 +VAT
  • 4 Weeks Posting
  • Everything in Standard
  • Candidate Sourcing
  • Social Media Advertising
  • Candidate Vetting

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