Workpop is dedicated to facilitating a relationship between employers and their future employees. As a result, we have created these requirements for posting jobs on our site. Should you have any questions about job postings, please contact the Workpop Account Owner within your Organization.

Your Post Must Include:
  • Employer name - We don’t allow for confidential or anonymous job postings.
  • Job Title and Description
  • A designated hiring manager - By default this is the person posting the job
  • Location Name - This is displayed to candidates
  • Location Address - Where the employee will be reporting
Your Post May Include:
  • A hourly wage that exceeds your locality's minimum wage
  • Whether job position includes tips
  • Start date
  • Employment period
  • Full time or part time (including hours)
  • Available benefits
  • Job position location(s)
  • Skill requirements
  • Travel requirements
  • Equipment requirements
  • A job posting expiration date
  • Any other special requirements such as, but not limited to, criminal background checks or drug testing
Your Post May Not Include:
  • Any hyperlinks
  • Misleading, unreadable, or "hidden" keywords, repeated keywords or keywords that are irrelevant to the job opportunity being presented, as determined in Workpop's sole discretion
  • The names, logos or trademarks of unaffiliated companies other than those of your customer save where expressly agreed by Workpop
  • The names of colleges, cities, states, towns or countries that are unrelated to the posting
  • Inaccurate, false, or misleading information
  • Material or links to material that exploits people in a sexual, violent or other manner, or unlawfully solicits personal information from anyone under 18
  • Contact information in the body of the job posting
  • Requests to apply in person or submit applications outside of Workpop
You May Not Use Your Posting To:
  • Post jobs in a manner that does not comply with applicable labor laws
  • Post jobs that require citizenship of any particular country
  • Post jobs that include any unlawful screening requirement 
  • Post jobs or other advertisements or links for competitors of Workpop
  • Sell, promote or advertise products or services
  • Post any franchise, pyramid scheme, "club Usership", distributorship, multi-level marketing opportunity, or sales representative agency arrangement
  • Post any business opportunity that requires an upfront or periodic payment or requires recruitment of other Users, sub-distributors or sub-agents;
  • Post any business opportunity that pays commission only unless clearly stated
  • Promote any opportunity that does not represent bona fide employment
  • Post jobs on the Services for modeling, acting, talent or entertainment agencies or talent scouting positions
  • Advertise sexual services or seek employees for jobs of a sexual nature
  • Request the use of human body parts or the donation of human parts
  • Endorse a particular political party, political agenda, political position or issue
  • Promote a particular religion
  • Post jobs located in countries subject to economic sanctions of the United States Government
  • Except where allowed by applicable law, post jobs which require the applicant to provide information relating to his/her (i) race, nationality, ancestry or ethnic origin; (ii) political beliefs; (iii) religion(iv) physical or mental disability; (v) sex or any other basis prohibited by applicable law.

If a job is found in violation of Workpop's Terms of Service, it may be declined and removed from the site without notice. In extreme cases, your account may also be deactivated.

Anonymous Job Posts

Workpop does not allow companies to post anonymous jobs on Workpop. Two of the core values of the platform are transparency and communication. The standard for every job post on Workpop is to have a verifiable name, business address, and job description. We believe that in presenting candidates with more information, employers attract better quality candidates and candidates can make better decisions.

Candidates do not have access to an employer's personal information, such as email, address, or phone number. However, this information is internally used by Workpop to confirm the business is actively hiring. If an employer does not reveal their business name from the job post or does not include a verifiable business address that Workpop can confirm, their job will not be allowed on the site.