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best places to interviewYour Official Glassdoor Guide
best places to interviewYour Official Glassdoor Guide

What Can I Do To Get In The Running?

A spot on Glassdoor's Best Places to Interview list is the ultimate endorsement that you’ve got the right hiring and recruiting strategy to find the best talent. Unlike other workplace awards, our list is entirely based on job candidate feedback. So, what can you learn from these great companies to up your hiring and recruitment game and help your own company increase its chance of securing a spot next year?

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Why Didn't My Company Make It?

If your company didn't make the cut this year, here are some potential reasons why:

Content Requirements

In order to be considered for any Glassdoor list, companies must have a minimum number of reviews posted on Glassdoor during the period of eligibility. To find out how many reviews were needed this past year, check out the Best Places to Interview methodology and then see how you track on your company's interview trends analytics. Plus, find out how to encourage candidates to share feedback on Glassdoor by reviewing our Responding to Reviews Templates. Reviews that appear on Glassdoor must meet our Community Guidelines and Terms of Use.

Period of Eligibility

Since Best Places to Interview is an annual list, Glassdoor requires a minimum number of reviews posted during the period of eligibility, which ran from July 2, 2016 to July 1, 2017. To help you track reviews shared by your employees and candidates, unlock your Free Employer Account on Glassdoor.

Extenuating Circumstances

An employer may be excluded if the Glassdoor eligibility panel determines detrimental acts by management or other negative events that could ultimately damage candidates’ or employees' faith in the employer, its interview and/or hiring process, its senior leadership, and/or adversely affect its overall rating on Glassdoor. An employer may also be excluded if senior leaders or employees are suspected of attempting any fraudulent activity on Glassdoor, including intentional or unintentional acts that violate the Community Guidelines and/or Terms of Use.

Complete Methodology

Check out the complete methodology for Best Places to Interview. Each year, Glassdoor reserves the right to improve methodology to prevent abuse and ensure the highest level of quality reviews and data integrity. Learn how to be a recruiting rockstar and save your seat for Glassdoor Recruit, our first-ever recruiting focused conference designed to help you win the race for top talent with informed candidates.