kununu Partnerships

kununu is the largest European employer rating platform, with 4.097.716 authentic company reviews on personal experience, salary, company climate, and application processes for 942.118 companies. kununu offers new insights into employers every day and has an in-depth know-how and an unique expertise in the job market.

Why work with kununu?


The interface between employees and employers in the labor market


Increase the CTR and get higher candidate rates.

Competitive Advantage

Stand out from the competition with kununu insights


Access to one of the largest professional networks


Provide user generated content


Partner with the European market leader


Job boards and career networks

Teamed up to identify today’s issues Facing Women in the Workplace. Co-authored survey to uncover real, anonymous perspectives about the state of gender equality at Leading Companies in the US.

Collaborated on relevant, workplace insight article content addressing issues our users care about.

Partnered with Monster to deliver kununu star ratings and content across Monster’s job site postings.

Organizations and companies

Promoted in-vehicle advertisement program with partnering Lyft drivers to expose kununu to the Boston audience and collect review content while passengers are in transit.

Promoted out-of-home advertisement program with partnering Flour Bakery to expose kununu to the Boston audience and collect review content while passengers are in line or waiting for their purchases.

Sponsor professional learning and networking event focused on workplace rating websites for the recruiting community.

Public institutions and universities

Collaborating with kununu to share our relevant workplace articles and content on bu.edu for students.

Implementing a new career fair app using kununu data for students to get exposed to the workplace culture of all companies attending career fairs.

HR Tools

Sponsored Professional Learning and Networking Tech event discussing the relevance of Employer Branding and how different generations are perceiving US companies today.

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