How to Follow Up with Candidates After the Interview

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 important? We dug deeper into this best practice to see what following up with candidates…

Here’s What the Perfect Glassdoor Profile Looks Like

If you’re reading the Glassdoor for Employers blog, odds are you already know how important Glassdoor is for talent acquisition and employee engagement. After all, 83 percent of job seekers are likely to research company reviews and ratings when deciding where to apply for a job (1), and over 55 million unique users visit Glassdoor’s mobile applications…

17 Truly Inspiring Company Vision and Mission Statement Examples

Where does customer loyalty come from? Think about those brands that you purchase from over and over, even when there are cheaper options out there. Do you usually fly on a particular airline? Do you buy your coffee from the same place every morning? Do you recommend a specific restaurant whenever out-of-towners ask for suggestions?…

How to Attract Top Talent

Every employer wants to hire top talent, especially for positions that are critical to company performance. That being said, you should not think of talent as a resource. You’re trying to attract talented people to your company, not filling up a “talent tank” that your company needs to keep running. Maybe your company’s bottom line…

7 Steps to Make the Most of Your Employer Profile on Glassdoor

Is hiring qualified candidates top of mind for your company? Are your current hiring efforts producing lackluster results? Having a top-notch Glassdoor profile can certainly help boost your employer brand. In an age where consumers vet everything from new car purchases to toothbrushes, Glassdoor is like Amazon for job seekers. The site features thousands of…

Building an Employer Brand From Scratch

“Your brand is what people say about you when you’re not in the room,” said Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos. In other words, your company already has an employer brand, whether or not it has made any efforts to define it and communicate it are another story. The importance of your employer brand In today’s candidate-driven…