Moving…Start-Up Style

I don’t think anyone likes to move.  Packing, unpacking, getting everything set-up just right – it takes forever, and it can be…

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Even Students Deserve an Inside Look

I’ve seen a lot of interest from students who want to check out our reviews and salaries – and why wouldn’t you?!…

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Bush Should Consider Lowering Salary to Boost Approval Ratings

We were catching up on this week’s news…well, the news according to US Weekly. US Weekly reported the whopping salaries of top…

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Workplace Ailments and Ways to Avoid the Pitfalls

Work matters – from our compensation that controls our personal finances to our job satisfaction that can ultimately affect our mental and…

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July’s Review of the Month

Whenever I mention to people that I work at Glassdoor, there are a few questions that always come up: How do you…

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Schwab Employees Offer Advice to New CEO

Charles Schwab employees can no longer ‘Talk to Chuck‘.  Today, it was officially announced that Charles Schwab, co-founder of the Charles Schwab…

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Why the doors should be kept wide open

Apparently, we aren’t the only ones interested in what can and can’t be said by former employees.  A recent post on The…

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Top-Rated Glassdoor.com CEO Diane Greene Ousted

With the news this week about Diane Greene’s removal as CEO of VMware, we found it really interesting to see how notable…

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Rejection Can Be a Good Thing

When we launched we made a commitment to screen every review. Why you ask? We know it’s a lot of work, but…

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