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What to Do if You Lose Your Star Player

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By Glassdoor Team on January 23, 2015

The following blog post was originally posted on the Robert Half blog. You can find the article here! Paul McDonald, senior executive director at Robert Half, and Alison Hadden, director of brand strategy at Glassdoor, discussed during a Thursday webinar …Read More

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Going Beyond LinkedIn

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By Glassdoor Team on January 22, 2015

Interested in how you can take your recruiting strategy beyond LinkedIn? Many recruiters rely on LinkedIn to find top talent, but candidates often spend their time elsewhere. In our webinar Going Beyond LinkedIn: How Smart Recruiter’s Find Today’s Candidates, we …Read More

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50 HR & Recruiting Stats That Make You Think

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By Glassdoor Team on January 20, 2015

In our new eBook, 50 HR and Recruiting Stats That Make You Think, we sort actionable intelligence into eight categories – recruiting, social recruiting, mobile recruiting, recruiting Millennials, diversity recruiting, employer branding, employee engagement and workplace transparency. We’ve compiled 50 …Read More

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Introducing: The Best Places to Work Roadshow!

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By Glassdoor Team on January 14, 2015

We’re back on the road! Find out what it takes to become a Best Place to Work. Glassdoor will be stopping at eight cities beginning this February and we want to see you there! Join us in San Francisco, Los …Read More

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Why VC Firms Are Betting Big on Glassdoor

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By Glassdoor Team on January 8, 2015

The following article originally appeared on RecruitingDaily.com. You can read the original article here. While it might not be the sexiest of sectors, the market for recruiting and HR technology remains red hot, with well funded and pedigreed startups proliferating …Read More

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Don’t Fear the Bad Review

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By Glassdoor Team on December 16, 2014

No company would dare ignore constructive feedback from customers. Nor should it hide from public criticism voiced by employees or ex-employees on its Glassdoor profile page. Contrary to intuition, bad reviews on Glassdoor can actually give a company credibility. Yes, …Read More

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VIDEO: How Motley Fool Won Best Places to Work Two Years ...

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By Glassdoor Team on December 10, 2014

To help employers understand what it takes to become a Best Place to Work, Tom Gardner, CEO of Motley Fool, the top employer among small and mid-sized businesses in the US, shares what the honor means to him and how …Read More

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What It Takes to Become a Best Place to Work: Winners Reveal

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By Glassdoor Team on December 9, 2014

Today, Glassdoor announced the winners of the Employees’ Choice Awards, honoring the Best Places to Work in the U.S. (large employers and SMBs) and in the UK. If you’re trying to figure out how to earn this honor for your company …Read More

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Brandon Hall: Understanding the Impact of Employer Brand

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By Glassdoor Team on December 9, 2014

Understanding your employer brand Think about the hiring process at your organization. What is your top priority? Unsurprisingly, 62% of companies say strengthening their employer brand is their top priority. According to a new Brandon Hall report, organizations that choose …Read More

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Five Ways to Use Glassdoor as an Employee Engagement Tool

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By Glassdoor Team on December 4, 2014

This blog originally appeared on Edelman.com. Of the many social media sites that companies can use to engage employees, Glassdoor is often overlooked. It’s viewed as a place where potential employees go to check out salary ranges and company reviews by current …Read More

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