Glassdoor has announced its entry into Singapore, Hong Kong and New Zealand. Launched in 2008, Glassdoor now has reviews and insights for over 830,000 companies located in more than 190 countries. In addition, before applying for or accepting a job, job seekers can research what it’s really like to work at potential employers. Glassdoor currently offers more than 45 […]
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What are the best companies to work for today? As 2018 comes to a close, Comparably has published its annual Best Places to Work 2018 lists, a compilation of culture awards showcasing companies that received the highest ratings on Comparably.com throughout the year.
A bonus ranks as the top item employees would most like from their companies during the holidays, according to the 2018 Holidays at Work Survey commissioned by Spherion Staffing Services. Forty-one percent ranked a bonus as the number one item they would most like. However, 46 percent said their company does not give holiday bonuses […]
Creating a positive corporate culture is top of mind for employers looking to recruit and retain talent, according to a study released today by Robert Half International. The research found both job seekers and employers place importance on corporate cultural fit. The study found 35 percent of workers in the US and 40 percent in […]
LinkedIn announced the launch of Pages today. They say the new offering represents “the next generation of LinkedIn Company and Career Pages.” Most notably, users can enhance their Page with Career Pages, giving employers a way to engage potential job candidates with a Life tab and a Jobs tab that provide a customized look into a […]
A company’s stance on controversial issues—think Nike’s Colin Kaepernick endorsement, or Levi Strauss’s statement on gun control—has an impact on the company’s ability to attract and retain employees (for better or for worse), according to new research from the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp). The i4cp survey of over 500 business professionals revealed: A whopping […]
Virtually all of us remember Maui – a popular Disney’s Moana character – who had his body tattooed as a symbol of the exciting life exploits he had experienced in the story. Now, imagine yourself as a parent and HR professional; and Maui just came in for a scheduled job interview with the enormous amount […]
With their new partnership with Helpr, employees of such companies as Snap and Vice are on the verge of having their childcare costs sponsored by their employers. Over time, millennial women have been faced with two significant childbirth-related fears; the fear of their career getting adversely affected, and the financial burden that comes with childbirth. The […]
There have been debates over time on the kind of questions to ask interviewees by interviewers, which will determine whether they are fit for the job in one or all ramifications. The debates just even got interesting, after the latest contribution by Jeff Weiner. In a recent interview with the LinkedIn CEO, he gave an […]