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Do Difficult Job Interviews Lead to More Satisfied Workers? Evidence from Glassdoor Reviews

and October 29, 2015
In recent years, tech companies like Google have become famous for difficult job interviews, and companies of all sizes and across many industries use challengi…

Why Interview Sources Matter in Hiring: Exploring Glassdoor Interviews Data

August 12, 2015
Conventional wisdom among HR managers is that personal connections matter. Employee referrals have long been a preferred hiring method among employers, allowing…

Why Is Hiring Taking Longer? New Insights from Glassdoor Data

June 18, 2015
The time required for hiring processes has grown dramatically in recent years, both in the U.S. and internationally. What factors are driving this trend? Whic…

Is Salary Transparency More Than a Trend? Lessons from Economic Research

April 27, 2015
How does “salary transparency” affect job seekers and companies? This report explores lessons from recent economic research on how workplace transparency af…

Does Company Culture Pay Off? Analyzing Stock Performance of “Best Places to Work” Companies

March 11, 2015
This study conducted three tests to evaluate how company culture and stock performance might be linked. This includes: Whether companies on Glassdoor’s “B…
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