Job Guidelines

OneSavvyDollar’s Job Posting Guidelines

At OneSavvyDollar, our pride is two fold: 1. Helping employers grow their business by simplifying the process of attracting and hiring talented employees. 2. Helping job seekers who decide to get an education (at all levels) do so with little to no student loans. It is therefore of equal importance that every job opening we present to our audience of job seekers is a real and meaningful opportunity to improve their careers and lives.

Who can post jobs on OneSavvyDollar?

OneSavvyDollar.com accepts real, active job content from direct employers, recruiters and staffing firms. 3rd party companies may only submit content posted directly to their job boards / websites by the hiring employer, recruiter, or staffing firm.

What job information is required for a job to be posted?

  • Job Title
  • Date Posted / Opened, if automating the job posting via xml feed
  • Reference Number, if automating the job posting via xml feed
  • Job Detail URL or email address (it will not be published)
  • Job Location
  • Job Description
  • Tuition reimbursement or student loan payoff
  • Reimbursement or payoff amount
  • When does this benefit start?
  • Contractual obligations
  • Do you pay for Associates, Bachelors, Masters, PhD, Certifications
  • What grade needs to be obtained to get the (full) amount (if  tuition reimbursement was selected)?
  • What degree are you more likely to pay for?

What are some reasons my jobs might be removed from OneSavvyDollar?

Some of the reasons your jobs might be removed from OneSavvyDollar include, but are not limited to:

  • Advertisement of sexual services or seeks employees for jobs of a sexual nature.
  • Contains content or links to content that exploits people in a sexual, violent or other manner, or solicits personal information from anyone under the age of 13.
  • Content or Customer violates local, national or international laws, including but not limited to laws related to labor and employment, equal employment opportunity and                           employment eligibility requirements, data privacy, data access and use, and intellectual property.
  • Requires the applicant to provide information relating to his/her (A) racial or ethnic origin  (B) political beliefs (C) philosophical or religious beliefs(D) membership of a trade union            (E) physical or mental health (F) sexual life(G) the commission of criminal offences or proceedings or (H) age, except where allowed by applicable law.
  • Job seekers are required to pay for a service in order to apply, pay for training, pay for training materials or pay for samples
  • Job title contains city information that does not match job location.
  • Job title doesn’t accurately represent job description.
  • Content is not a job opportunity, but rather the attempt to sell, promote or advertise products or services.
  • Domestic roles such as personal assistant, nanny, housekeeper, etc.
  • Duplication, including excessive replication of jobs between locations in close proximity.
  • Endorsement of a particular political party, political agenda, political position or issue or promotion of a particular religion.
  • Job seekers are required to pay for a service in order to apply, pay for training, pay for training materials or pay for samples.
  • Job title contains city information that does not match job location.
  • Job title doesn’t accurately represent job description.
  • Inaccurate, false or misleading information.
  • Includes any screening requirement or criterion in connection with a job posting where such requirement or criterion is not an actual and legal requirement of the posted job.
  • Pyramid schemes, “club memberships”, distributorship or multi-level marketing opportunities.
  • Relocation requirements are not clearly stated.
  • Requests for the use of human body parts or the donation of human body parts, including, without limitation, reproductive services such as egg donation and surrogacy.
  • The job ad is not active or there is no meaningful opportunity for the job seeker.
  • The job contains no real information about an opportunity.
  • The job does not appear to be real.
  • There are offers within the application flow.
  • Third party job content (speak to a job board sales representative to explore opportunities to partner with us if you have 3rd party content).
  • Upfront or periodic payment from job seeker or requires recruitment of other members, sub-distributors or sub-agents.
  • Use of name(s), logo(s) or trademark(s) of companies unaffiliated with Customer.
  • Unpaid jobs and/or internships.
  • Casting calls, auditions for modeling, acting and/or talent management.
  • The job entails “mystery shopping”.
  • The job requires employees to perform surveys and/or participate in opinion, clinical and/or market research studies.
  • The pay structure is based on a lead generation model.
  • Direct employer is not a registered business entity.
  • Virtual marketplaces, classifies, online bulletins or similar platforms that provide distribution and/or collection of services, jobs, talent or personnel.
  • Commission-only opportunities that are not clearly marked as commission-only.
  • Commission – only opportunities that do not describe the product or service being sold.
  • Complaints from users.

OneSavvyDollar reserves the right, with no liability or penalty, to remove any job posting, content, communication or information posted, which in the sole judgment of OneSavvyDollar, violates or may violate our Terms, applicable laws, rules or regulations; may adversely affect OneSavvyDollar; is false, inaccurate, misleading, deceptive, fraudulent, libelous, defamatory, immoral, offensive, obscene, pornographic, disruptive, threatening, abusive or illegal; or which may violate or lead to the violation of the rights of, or harms or threatens the safety and privacy of any third party.

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