The Right Way to Ask Your Employees for Feedback

A good employee engagement strategy can help you improve your overall employer brand, and getting employees to review your company can do wonders for your brand. But how do you know when to encourage employee feedback? For example, how do you communicate with managers versus interns, or new hires versus tenured employees? In our Employee Engagement…

4 Open Companies to Check Out

At Glassdoor, one of our missions is to help companies promote their employer brand and employer transparency to employees and job candidates alike. One of the best ways to do this is by becoming an OpenCompany, a signal to job seekers that your organization is committed to transparency. Companies earn an OpenCompany badge by keeping…

Adding Authenticity to Your Career Site

Creating consistency across all of your organization’s career platforms is no easy task. But it can greatly enhance and amplify the employer brand you’ve worked so hard to establish and nurture. When a job candidate sees your mission statement and then encounters a company rating or review that backs it up—Click!—you build serious trust between…

Win the Talent War by Opting for Transparency

On the heels of Glassdoor’s debut yesterday of our OpenCompany program (recognizing employers who support and promote workplace transparency), it’s important to discuss how companies can embrace employee feedback. Employers that are transparent help their companies’ recruiting and retention efforts. On Entrepreneur.com you’ll find our complete article detailing three points that should be top of mind for…

Glassdoor Launches OpenCompany Program to Recognize Employers Embracing Workplace Transparency

With 78% of employees reporting that information from those on the inside is influential when deciding where to work*, employers that embrace and encourage workplace transparency may have the edge when it comes to recruiting and retaining top talent. Job candidates have made it clear – they want to work for employers who are up…