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Pouring One Out: A Requiem For Glassdoor

I.Prelude. There are a lot of companies out there that actually walk the walk. Glassdoor, for a long time, was one of the good guys; they...

The Critical Role Your Marketing Strategy Has in Landing Top Talent

When we think of talent acquisition, we often think about the process of sourcing, interviewing and persuading top candidates to join a...

Don’t Be Surprised at Who Tops Glassdoor’s 2018 Best Places to Work

There are a number of best places to work lists, and the one from Glassdoor, which touts itself as “one of the largest and fastest...

Turning Lemons Into Lemonade: The Art of Managing Glassdoor Reviews

When a reporter from a national publication recently cited Glassdoor as a source for his story, it reminded me that the now more than 45...

State of the Internet for Recruiting and Hiring: The New HR Echo Chamber

Chapter II: His Master’s Voice — The New HR Echo Chamber Second of three parts Perhaps the most dystopian view of the future I’ve...

Busting the 7 Biggest Employer Branding Myths of All Time.

Based on Google Trends data and anecdotal evidence in the form of podcast topics in the HR, this is the year of Employer Brand (at least in...

Girl, Please: Why “Equal Pay” Has Nothing To Do With Gender.

Today marks Equal Pay Day, which, of course, remains more of an aspiration than a celebration. First organized by the National Committee on...

Survey Says: 8 Reasons Recruiters Still Can’t Get Candidate Experience Right.

I’ve often described job-seekers as the most underserved customer group out there, and I still think it is. Consumers have certain...

Dreams Worth More Than Money: What Employees Care About More Than Compensation.

People have always questioned whether money can buy happiness. But does the rise or fall of your paycheck change the workplace factors that...

The Fault In Our Stars: Don’t Blame Glassdoor For Your Crap Company Reviews.

There are few companies able to generate more mainstream media coverage than Glassdoor, who has a long track record of using the massive...

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