You can't stop legal action, but you can control how you leave a review on sites like Glassdoor.
As a lawyer who spent 11 years settling large insurance claims and negotiating attorney’s fees with some of the most contentious
With all of the tumult in the air, everyone could use a big dose of hygge right about now. As reported by Business Insider
Morgan Stanley's Return to Work program earned the spotlight at the forum on Friday. The 12 week long internship program
The site has quickly built strong online authority. A search for nearly any company with the word "jobs" next to it will likely find the company's Glassdoor listing on the first or second page of search results. In some instances, the Glassdoor listing hits above the company site.
What if everyone who interacted with you had the opportunity to rate your performance? Guess what? They already do.
It is all on you, ladies. It's your obligation to only work at places that treat people well. It's also on you to take to social media, or glassdoor.com, to say, "they treat people poorly." This is the glass ceiling to break, however, it's also on all of us to listen and withhold support and dollars from these companies.
I was asked to help architect a think-tank-style research group from scratch. Our mission: Transform Glassdoor's amazing database of salaries, company reviews, and job postings into simple, compelling research about hiring, wages, and the impact of transparency and company culture on our everyday lives and finances.
"We have to be willing to address implicit bias," the presidential candidate said.
Unhealthy work/life balance. New jobs often require that the person work extra hours, travel overnight, prove him or herself