In a recent 2013 survey on the manager’s direct impact on employment brand conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of Glassdoor, two out of three (66%) employees say their direct manager has an impact on their career. Of those, one in five says the boss negatively impacts their career. This perception directly impacts the view of the employment brand as these employees share their experiences with the world. Read on for five key steps HR professionals and leaders can take to help stop the perceptions that bosses are hurting employee careers.
There are reasons why my job seekers–especially introverts–don’t feel comfortable promoting themselves. But, there ways to self-promote without bragging. Read on for four ways that can help you land the job.
Show Off Your Company’s Office Photos And Awards; Glassdoor Introduces More Self-Service Tools For Employers
Want to take more control of your company’s profile? We are unrolling more tools today to make it easier for employers to highlight awards and photos so they can help show off some of their best characteristics.
Read on for some ideas on the types of awards and office photos that can help your company attract top talent, and a brief guide on how you can add them to your company profile on Glassdoor.
Throughout your career, everyone tells you how important networking can be. It’s on virtually every list of advice written by professionals in every industry. Yes, networking is important, but many of you are probably doing it wrong. Read on for five mistakes you might be making.
Glassdoor is thrilled to announce we’ve won Best Employment Site in the Webby Awards for the second year in a row, and this year we have taken home the prize for the Best Guides/Ratings/Reviews Site!
When it comes to interviewing, it’s easy for job candidates to fake their way through certain questions, unless the company is throwing some behavioral inquiries their way. From the run-of-the-mill to the more unique, here’s a look at five behavioral questions employers should ask anyone looking to work at their company.
The job market is improving, which means companies are competing again for talent. While money still matters to job seekers, a new study shows they want more than just a competitive pay check. Read on to find out how company branding can help woo top talent.
A 401(k) can be a powerful employee retention tool that helps your employees think of their role with your company as a long term play. The challenge is in communicating that message as different benefits are important to different age groups and demographics within your organization. So, where do you begin when it comes specifically to increasing employee participating rates in your company’s 401(k)? Read on for three ways to drive participation rates.
You were invited to an interview with the hiring manager or recruiter. They beckoned you because they like your resume and believe you are qualified for the job. At this point, it’s all about the dialogue, and you are a fantastic interviewer, so what else do you need but yourself and your confidence – right? Read on for five things not to forget on your next interview.