How to Capitalize on Employees' First Quarter Itch

In the early part of the year, many candidates experience a revved-up sense of urgency to jump their corporate ship. Perhaps it is unresolved New Year’s resolutions, or maybe just a feeling of spring and new blooms of career growth on the horizon. As such, the first quarter of the year is an optimal time […]

Introducing Glassdoor's New Follower Reports

You’ve got followers! Maybe it’s because what your company does is cool, or you have a reputation for having a happy workforce. Or maybe your company has been in the news – or your headquarters is right around the corner. Whatever the reason you’re on their radar, job seekers – both active and passive – […]

Best Jobs in America 2019 & How to Hire for Them

With nearly seven million open jobs in the U.S., it can be tough to know which roles will be harder to fill than others. Competition is high across all industries and occupations, but we're here to help. Glassdoor has announced its annual jobs report identifying the 50 Best Jobs in America for 2020. We evaluated […]

How to Vet Candidates - Creating a Vetting Process for Applicants

Making hires without thoroughly vetting employees might save time initially, but thoroughly vetting your employees in the beginning actually saves an incredible amount of time down the road. When the vetting process for employment at your company is lacking, it means that you are more likely to make a hire who is not a great […]

Glassdoor's Pay Equality Roundtable: 5 Takeaways Employers Need to Know

Glassdoor’s CEO and Co-founder Robert Hohman hosted a roundtable discussion in New York City today (Equal Pay Day) on pay equality featuring Hillary Clinton and other leaders like Dan Henkle, president of the Gap Foundation & SVP of global sustainability. The panelists discussed the true cost of the gender pay gap, not just to individuals, […]

4 Things You Need to Do to Close Candidates

They passed their phone screen with flying colors. They knocked the socks off of the hiring manager in their in-person. And now, the team is clamoring for them to join the company. Once you've found an outstanding candidate that everyone can agree on, you might feel like the hard part is over. But you want to […]

How Your Employer Brand Differs From Your Consumer Brand

If your company is more than a few years old, you’ve probably given a lot of consideration to your consumer brand. A strong consumer (or corporate) brand is essential for any product or service to differentiate itself from the competition and build a base of loyal users. The concept of consumer branding has been around […]

Why is it so Hard to Hire Sales Talent?

Like all top talent, salespeople aren’t strangers to getting contacted on a regular basis by recruiters trying to entice them away from their current role and company. Individuals that work in sales are experts at these types of outreaches and have a more critical eye than most because of their own experience prospecting via cold […]

8 Ways to Attract Tech Talent to Your Non-Tech Company

As we enter the full swing of the digital age, some companies are still struggling to fully realize how technology can grow and expand their business. A key challenge that companies outside the tech industry routinely face is attracting the top tech talent that can bring the company to that next level. “Companies not in […]