How To Become A Best Place To Work—It's Not Just About Compensation

As talent wars heat up, many companies look within to figure out how to make themselves a best place to work. Some envy the tech giants who seem to have great candidates show up at their doorstep, but the truth is you don’t have to be Twitter, Google or a Facebook to have an awesome work environment. While compensation will undoubtedly […]

Your Employees Have Tried Know Your Worth-Now What?

It's time to have a conversation. A very open, honest and transparent conversation about compensation and your company's philosophy around it. Employees at your company have now tried Know Your Worth by Glassdoor and they are wondering what it means for their current jobs. Like Glassdoor's CHRO Carmel Galvin, you may have managers or team […]

How to Recruit Sales Professionals

Quality sales professionals are essential to every business, and recruiting top sales talent can be crucial. Glassdoor recently asked 1,000 sales professionals about their job seeking habits, what their priorities are when it comes to compensation packages and what would cause them to leave their current jobs in order to help employers close the deal […]

5 Tips to Compete for Top Talent When You Can't Pay Top Dollar

A recent survey by Glassdoor shows that 67 percent of job seekers and workers pay attention to salary when scanning job ads, more so than any other piece of information on a position.  But what about organizations that can’t compete with high compensation? Here are just a few ways to think outside the paycheck: Conduct a pay analysis […]

Introducing Know Your Worth by Glassdoor

As Glassdoor CEO Robert Hohman said at this year’s Glassdoor Summit: “Transparency is the ability to understand. Transparency is the ability to be open and honest about what we want, what we expect, and it’s about being pleasantly surprised or challenged about the things we don’t yet know. Transparency is the new normal.” Today at […]

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 […]

How to Attract Top Talent

Every employer wants to hire top talent, especially for positions that are critical to company performance. That being said, you should not think of talent as a resource. You're trying to attract talented people to your company, not filling up a "talent tank" that your company needs to keep running. Maybe your company's bottom line […]

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 […]

We're Listening: Glassdoor Surveys Employers on Recruiting Challenges

Is attracting quality candidates a challenge at your organization? If the answer is yes, you're not alone - a new survey by Glassdoor revealed that 76% of hiring decision makers say attracting quality candidates is their #1 challenge.(1) Other top barriers or challenges reported include budget constraints, trouble competing in terms of compensation and benefits […]

How to Hire an Employee in Virginia

Businesses operating in Virginia have access to a range of talent hubs coming from Delaware, Pennsylvania, the Carolinas and Maryland as well as Virginia itself. Virginia is one of the leading job providers in the industries of agriculture, mining, tech, military and aerospace. That being said, the state employment requirements and the high standards of […]

Recruiting for Sales Positions for Your Company

If you’ve worked in corporate America long enough, you’ve probably heard the phrase, “Sales keeps the lights on.” There’s a grain of truth to that, but making the wrong sales hires or losing great candidates to competitors can depress morale, impact client relationships and damage your bottom line, whether it’s quarter- or fiscal year-end, especially […]