3 Questions to Ask When Determining Raises for 2019

Running a business means controlling the financial fate of the folks who work with you and for you, which is why many company owners find the process of determining raises overwhelmingly stressful. If you’re at the point where you need to start making some compensation-related decisions, here are a few key questions to ask yourself first. 1.…

Glassdoor Finds No Gender Pay Gap in Third Annual Compensation Analysis

Ever since Glassdoor was founded 10 years ago, we’ve been on a mission to bring greater transparency to the workplace. With this in mind, we’ve created a platform that not only helps job seekers find a job and company they love, but also helps recruiters hire the perfect candidates for the job.  But our commitment to transparency doesn’t end with our…

Google Now Features Glassdoor Pay Data In Job Search

For years, Glassdoor has known that job seekers want more salary information during their job search. By offering more pay information to job seekers, we’re helping employers attract and recruit top talent on Glassdoor, as we believe this will drive more interest to your job listings on Glassdoor. So it comes as no surprise that…

How to Use Salary Estimates to Determine Your Next Employee’s Salary

Glassdoor is thrilled to announce salary estimates in job listings! Here at Glassdoor, we’re all about transparency, and we believe that offering base salary estimates in job listings represents the next frontier – where there are many benefits for companies, employees and job seekers. We know for a fact that job seekers want more salary…

Recruiters See Base Pay Increase

Our chief economist, Dr. Andrew Chamberlain, found in his latest Local Pay Report that on average, U.S. median base pay growth slowed to 2.7 percent year-over-year in December of 2016. However, this theme didn’t ring true for recruiters. Recruiters were amongst the top five job titles with the largest year-over-year pay growth in the U.S.…

3 Salary Negotiating Tips You Need to Know

Your company’s approach to compensation is part of your employer brand. How you handle offers, promotions, yearly increases, bonuses, equity and benefits affects perceptions about your company and contributes to employee satisfaction. Here are 3 salary negotiating tips you need to know! 1) Develop and Communicate a Strategic and Clear Compensation Strategy As transparency around…