Don’t Fear the Bad Review

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


Brandon Hall: Understanding the Impact of Employer Brand

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


Five Ways to Use Glassdoor as an Employee Engagement Tool

By Glassdoor Team on December 4, 2014

This blog originally appeared on 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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How To Throw An Office Party Without A Legal Hangover

By Donna Fuscaldo on November 25, 2014

Tis the season to be jolly, but it can also be a time for naughty behavior at the holiday office party. Nobody wants to be a scrooge and ban the festivities altogether, but you also don’t want it to get …Read More


Why Glassdoor Matters in the Recruitment Process

By Sanjay Shah on November 21, 2014

Just like in consumer marketing, employment branding (a crucial part of the recruitment process) is built on many moving parts that make up the overall image. And just like in consumer branding, employers need to constantly identify the parts in motion, …Read More


Why Your Employer Brand is More Than Just Job Clicks

By Glassdoor Team on November 20, 2014

Lately we’ve been hearing a lot about what makes up a company’s employer brand. Is it the colors and mission statement on your careers page or your social media sites? Or is it how candidates perceive you? Maybe it’s what …Read More


What Job Seekers Really Think of Your Diversity Stats

By Glassdoor Team on November 17, 2014

Workplace diversity has been a hot topic this year as several tech companies have released their diversity numbers for the first time. Companies like Facebook, Amazon, Google and Apple have published the demographic data of their workforce. At Glassdoor we’re …Read More


5 Content Marketing Best Practices That Can Help You Recruit

By Alicia Garibaldi on November 13, 2014

As a recruiter, you need to put on a marketing hat. I know you’ve heard that before; after all, “recruitment marketing” is all the rage. You can whip up amazing job descriptions seasoned with photos and videos, and blog posts …Read More


Glassdoor’s 2014 Recruiting Budget: Revealed

By Steve Roop on November 12, 2014

It’s 2015 planning time. It’s time to figure out your 2015 recruiting goals, strategies and tactics. It’s also time to nail down what budget and resources you need to hit those goals. And of course, you aren’t done until you’ve …Read More


Does Your Interview Process Suck?

By Peter Lawson on November 3, 2014

Suck is a strong word to use in any context, but if you were to ask your last five candidates to describe their interview experience, would any of them use this word? If the answer is yes (or even maybe), …Read More

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