In a new report out from Glassdoor, we look at the Top 10 Companies with the Best Business Outlook, according to employees, and Google stands out at number one – 86% of employees believe the company’s business outlook will improve in the next six months.
Some people meticulously write their resume but then treat their cover letter as an afterthought, resulting in a mistake-riddled, dull and underperforming document. It is important to ensure your job search tool kit is fully equipped with high-quality, well-honed marketing messages that are blunder-free. Read on for four mistakes you’re probably making and remedies you can use today.
Nothing scares employees more than bad behavior on the part of their CEO. But what makes them bristle and what makes them leave are two completely different things. Read on to find out what mistakes leaders are making and how to avoid them in order to better retain top talent.
Glassdoor strives to create a 360-degree look inside what it’s like to work at particular jobs and companies; and lately we have been hard at work rolling out a steady stream of product enhancements to help employers, marketing professionals and anyone involved in a company’s social recruiting and employment brand efforts.
Job seekers are very familiar with the time commitment and stress of searching for a new job. When performing your job search, you can spend hours upon hours perfecting your resume and cover letter, applying for jobs, and waiting to hear feedback from recruiters. However, after you’ve applied for 10 or 15 jobs and haven’t heard from a single company, it’s easy to become discouraged about your search. Read on for four reasons you might not be getting a call back.
Ever take a job and it’s NOT what you expected? If the answer is ‘yes,’ you’re not alone. According to a Glassdoor survey, conducted online by Harris Interactive, 6 in 10 (61%) employees say they’ve found aspects of a new job different than expectations set during the interview process.
Diversity matters, but what it means to a company has changed over the years. Now it’s about attracting people from outside industries or backgrounds who can bring their experiences to the table. Companies that are serious about diversifying their talent pool know that the more willing they are to expand their horizons the better chance they will have of getting new ideas and helping their business grow.
It’s finally summer. Summer is the time to relax and let some of your worries wash away. Use this philosophy to get rid of some of the fears that come with your job search. Read on for seven job search fears to conquer this summer.