Tag: Glassdoor


Court orders Glassdoor to name negative reviewers of toymaker

July 19, 2022

Via: Personnel Today

The anonymous reviews referred to Zuru as a “[b]urn out factory” with a “toxic culture”, where an “incompetent” management team “consistently talk[s] down” to employees and treats them like “dirt”, according to court documents in Zuru v Glassdoor. Zuru has […]


The most interesting HR stories of the week

May 27, 2022

Via: Recruiting Headlines

Facebook tells staff to stop discussing abortion at work Social media giant, Facebook has reportedly banned staff from talking about abortion on its internal platform, Workplace. According to The Verge, the ban has been imposed due to an “increased risk” […]


Glassdoor breaks down ratings, salaries by employee demographics

February 19, 2021

Via: HR Dive

Glassdoor’s announcement comes just months after it began inviting workers to rate employers’ diversity and inclusion efforts. Several studies, including a 2019 report from ZipRecruiter, show that job seekers want to know whether a prospective employer values DEI, and that […]

Research, Software

LinkedIn, Glassdoor, and Indeed Battle Illegal Job Postings Every Day. Here’s How

August 8, 2019

Via: Evil HR Lady

“We have Filipino maids!” announced one Instagram ad, aimed at wealthy expats in the Middle East who may want to hire a live-in housekeeper. This ad wasn’t aimed at job seekers (although it certainly would discourage non-Filipinos from applying for […]

Research, Software

Which Employer Review Site is Best For Employers & Candidates?

December 27, 2017

Via: Blogging4Jobs

As a consumer, you probably are familiar with the concept of reviews whether it is for a product or service like an Amazon product review or a review of a product or company on a Facebook Business Page or […]

Development & Evaluation, Employee development, Engagement

What Glassdoor Data Tells Us About How to Make Employees Happy

September 8, 2016


Keeping employees happy, engaged, and productive is easier said than done. Companies with happy employees outperform the competition by 20 percent. A recent January 2016 study of Glassdoor research, where 2,000 reviews of all Fortune 500 companies were analyzed, reveals exactly […]