5 CEO Responses on Glassdoor Worth Reading

Think responding to Glassdoor reviews is solely the responsibility of HR personnel? Think again. When an executive responds to employee reviews, it demonstrates that even at the highest levels, the company appreciates its employees, takes feedback seriously and is always looking to improve. We’ve published numerous blog posts and guides on how to craft effective…

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…

The Benefits of Responding to Reviews

Candidates rely on the internet now more than ever when it comes to their job search. According to a Pew Research study, one-third of recent job seekers identified the internet as the most important resource in their job search (Searching for Work in Digital Era, Pew Research, November 2015). Candidates will explore the basics like…

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…

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…

9 Eye-Opening Company Reviews (Plus, The Surprising Responses)

Millions of job seekers rely on Glassdoor’s reviews and other user-submitted content to find jobs and companies they love. At the same time, employers also rely on the critical feedback to improve their company cultures, team dynamics and hear from the entire organization. The latest Glassdoor research shows that nine out of 10 job seekers…