How to Master the Art of Responding to Glassdoor Reviews, According to Uber

One of the biggest misconceptions employers have about Glassdoor reviews is that they’re a one-way conversation — that a company’s reputation is entirely dependent on what employees say about them, with no room for the company itself to weigh in. But the truth is, Glassdoor reviews present a huge opportunity for employers to have a…

Talent Analytics 101: How to Interpret Your Data in 2018

What’s your cost-per-hire? As of 2015, the average cost-per-hire for American employers was $4,000. If your company isn’t keeping track of data like this, they may be missing out on other crucial insights that can help guide the hiring process. As recruiting becomes increasingly data-driven, it is important for employers to understand how they can…

Why Glassdoor Became a Core Channel for Communicating With Prospective Employees

At Randstad, we’ve been using Glassdoor for a number of years, predominantly for employer branding and employee engagement, and it has become an influential channel for us. In the beginning, we saw Glassdoor as a ‘nice to have,’ but didn’t pay too much attention to it, if I’m honest. Around three years ago, the volume…

Responding to Negative Glassdoor Reviews: FAQs

Negative Glassdoor reviews can be initially biting — we get it. But effectively responding to company reviews, both positive and negative, is part of any solid employee engagement and employer branding strategy. In fact, 62% of job seekers say their perception of a company improves after seeing an employer respond to a review, according to…

Responding to Negative Glassdoor Reviews: FAQs

Negative Glassdoor reviews can be initially biting — we get it. But effectively responding to company reviews, both positive and negative, is part of any solid employee engagement and employer branding strategy. In fact, 62% of job seekers say their perception of a company improves after seeing an employer respond to a review, according to…

Facebook Named #1 Best Place to Work in Glassdoor’s 10th Annual Employees’ Choice Awards

The question is often asked: What makes an amazing place to work?  While there’s no one definitive answer, it certainly doesn’t hurt if you have over a quarter of the world’s population using your product, stellar leadership, a top-notch culture and meaningful, exciting work for employees. These are just a few reasons that Facebook scored…