Glassdoor: An M&A Which Will Live in Infamy.
Posted on May 10, 2018 8 Comments
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 practiced the same sort of radical transparency they preached and were the rare company to actually champion the employee over the employer. Of course, when you’re a startup, it’s pretty easy to […]
Your Fault: Don’t Blame Glassdoor for Your Crap Company Culture.
Posted on December 12, 2016 Leave a Comment
There are few companies able to generate more mainstream media coverage than Glassdoor1, who has a long track record of using the massive amounts of proprietary data across their site to generate some analytics and insights into what’s really going on in the world of work. While employers may bitch about the negative reviews (and […]
Job Boards Aren’t Dead, Just Different.
Posted on June 8, 2015 12 Comments
Innovation and competition have always gone hand in hand, and the recruiting technology industry has historically been no exception to this rule. One has to look no further than only a few years back to see evidence of a trend that, like most history, seems to be repeating itself, as “job boards” rebrand, retool and […]
Tool Time: Three Sourcing & Recruiting Technologies Worth Watching
Posted on October 25, 2013 Leave a Comment
The HR Technology Conference serves, for our industry at least, as the debutante ball for talent technology, the annual ‘coming out’ event for dozens of new systems, solutions and services jockeying for their fair share of recruiting organizations’ annual spend. This year, over 170 vendors issued event related press releases, and I’ve sat through literally 51 briefings […]