My Name is Ed, Recovering Glassdoor Hater

By Ed Nathanson on May 27, 2015

This is my first time at one of these “Recovering Glassdoor Hater” meetings, so I’m not sure what the protocol is. Listening to your stories so far, I can empathize with how painful it must be for many to be …Read More


Who in Your Org Should Own Glassdoor?

By Erik Rivas on May 26, 2015

There are many reasons people visit Glassdoor. Some are looking for jobs and researching companies while others are comparing salaries and analyzing industry trends. Some come to do all of these. However, the number one reason people visit Glassdoor is …Read More


The Cost of a Disengaged Employee

By Alyssa Retallick on May 25, 2015

Seventy-percent of the American workforce is made up of disengaged employees. Fortunately, there are ways to combat these costs if you understand what disengaged employees are, how they affect your business and steps you can take to turn them into …Read More


Wise Up to Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace

By Maren Hogan on May 22, 2015

As employers we hold a certain amount of power. I don’t just mean writing the checks and providing financial stability; I mean employers and company leaders can affect each employee’s day-to-day quality of life. Whether leaders aren’t aware, or they’ve …Read More


The Top 10 Things Recruiters Must Have with Them

By Guest Contributor on May 20, 2015

The following article originally appeared on Bond. I love hitting the road in my RV. I like being able to stop when I want to enjoy the view at a scenic overlook or just sit and talk around a camp fire …Read More


5 Tips to Motivate Brand Ambassadors

By Emily Piskulick on May 15, 2015

Your employees are your brand: it’s as simple as that. You’ve likely heard this message time and time again, but are you doing anything about it? Whether you like it or not, your employees have lives outside work and are …Read More


How CEOs Can Benefit From Glassdoor

By Roberta Matuson on May 14, 2015

In the old days, the only way CEOs found out what employees and candidates really thought about their company and their performance as CEO was if overheard a conversation at a cocktail party. Today, the “cocktail” party is going on …Read More


Why You Have to Change Your Job Descriptions Now

By Mallory Brown on May 8, 2015

Searching for a job can be incredibly monotonous. One formulaic job description after another — it’s enough to make one’s eyes glaze over. When it comes to job descriptions, having a “one size fits all” mentality simply won’t work. Here …Read More


Is Your Recruiting Team Doing These 7 Things?

By Kirsten Smith on May 5, 2015

Is your recruiting team doing enough to help your company win the war for talent? I’ve worked at companies prior to Glassdoor where the recruiting team seemed to be in a permanent reactive mode, and that’s always baffled me. While …Read More


Does Candidate Follow-Up Matter?

By Emily Piskulick on May 4, 2015

Here at Glassdoor, we preach that following up with every candidate who applies to your company – whether you’re going to hire them or not – is a crucial part of your recruitment process. But why? Is it really that …Read More

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