From boosting your employer brand to engaging your employees, there are many great articles on the Glassdoor for Employers Blog that can help. We recently dug through our archives to find the top 10 most useful ones.
Here are the top 12 must-read Glassdoor blog posts:
- 7 Simple Employer Brand KPIs to Measure Performance
Your employer brand is your reputation, and if you don’t define it, someone else will. This article breaks down how to measure your success and monitor results to know if everything you’re doing is resonating with employees and candidates. Read now
- 5 CEO Responses on Glassdoor Worth Reading
90% of job seekers find the employer perspective useful when learning about jobs and companies. (1) Which is why responding to reviews, especially by your company’s CEO, is so important. Get inspired with this collection of some of our favorite CEO responses on Glassdoor. Read now
- Culture Fit or Culture Add? How to Hire Employees Who Enhance Your Culture
It’s no longer good enough to offer employees a paycheck and health benefits – you need to create a workplace culture that’s meaningful and engaging. Here’s how making culture a priority in your hiring process can help you do just that. Read now
- 10 Top Company Culture Videos on Glassdoor
Having a company video on your Glassdoor Profile is a great way to show job seekers what it’s like to work at your company. Not sure what to feature in yours? Get inspired with these ten fun and engaging examples. Read now
- 10 Reasons Employees Resign
Why do employees quit? And what are some tips to help boost your retention rates for your company’s most valuable players? Find out in this article, including the top ten reasons for employee resignation and how to address them. Read now
- Everything You Need to Know About Glassdoor Job Postings
Every month, 48 million job seekers (2) visit Glassdoor to research jobs and companies. Advertising your open roles on Glassdoor can help you better attract this highly qualified, enthusiastic, and diverse candidate pool. Learn more in this primer on Glassdoor job postings. Read now
- What Is The Informed Candidate?
The informed candidate is a person who is well-researched and engaged with your company, which means he or she will turn out to be the right fit and – once hired – get onboarded faster and exhibit greater productivity. In this article, discover how to recruit them on Glassdoor. Read now
- What You Can Do on Glassdoor for Free
Glassdoor is chock-full of free tools and features that can help you create a more transparent culture and recruit better candidates. Get a breakdown of what you can do for free today in this article. Read now
- The Cost of a Disengaged Employee
Actively disengaged employees aren’t just unhappy at work – they’re busy acting out their unhappiness, undermining their engaged coworkers and lowering morale. Here’s how they impact your bottom line and ways to solve disengagement. Read now
- 8 Must-Ask Exit Interview Questions
One of the best ways to get honest feedback is to ask employees who no longer rely on you for their livelihood. In this article, you’ll find eight sample questions that can help you make the most of your exit interviews. Read now
- The Hidden Costs of Onboarding a New Employee
We all know that it costs money to hire. But did you know that, according to Bersin by Deloitte, the average cost per hire is almost $4,400? So why does bringing on a new employee drain so many resources? Find out in this article. Read now
- Webinar Recap: 5 Things Successful Companies Do in Interviews
The culture behind Walmart’s success didn’t evolve by chance. It was built through strong leadership and focus. Discover how one of the world’s largest, most recognizable brands approaches its corporate culture in this article. Read now
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(1) Glassdoor U.S. Site Survey, January 2015
(2) Glassdoor Internal Data, June 2017