How to Respond to Glassdoor Reviews to Build Candidate Trust

By Lisa Holden

Responding to Glassdoor reviews from the employer perspective is free, simple and hugely valuable to your employer brand. Find out what you can do to join the conversation happening about your company on Glassdoor by tuning in to our recent …

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From Buzz to Brand – Leveraging Employee Reviews to Inspire Your Social Strategy

By Glassdoor Team

Like it or not, public opinion matters, and if you’re looking to hire, employee reviews are your strongest gauge of company reputation. But where do you start? Embrace reviews According to a Glassdoor survey, the most trusted source of information …

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Say “Thank You!” 2nd of 5 Tips for Responding to Glassdoor Reviews

By Glassdoor Team

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In part one of our series on the art of responding to Glassdoor reviews, we touted the employer benefits of answering promptly. This week we discuss the importance of saying thank you. Handing out props for positive comments should be …

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Responding to Reviews on Glassdoor: Advice from Customer Success Management

By Dave Brown

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Recently, 90% of Glassdoor’s surveyed users reported that they find the employer’s perspective useful when making a decision about where to work. One easy way for a company to weigh in is to engage with its Glassdoor audience and reply …

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How to Create an Employer Brand From Scratch

By Glassdoor Team

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In today’s market, simply posting a job opening and waiting for resumes to start coming in won’t help you recruit and retain the top-level employees you want. Instead, companies that attract top talent have a desirable employer brand, or a …

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