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A Cautionary Tale About Bad Glassdoor Ratings

How bad is a bad Glassdoor review for your company? It can be reputation-crushing. Consider this real-life example, names redacted. A company handed down a round of layoffs in the worst possible way. No severance. No offboarding assistance. No dignity. It was pretty much a bloodbath. Several of the summarily-kicked-to-the-curb employees, understandably angry at their…

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My Take: Protecting Your Brand on Glassdoor, Don’t Underestimate Outplacement’s Importance

It’s hard to overstate the importance of Glassdoor in today’s tight hiring market. If you’re on a quest for top talent to fill critical positions, your job is made even more difficult if there is a gap between your rating and the companies that you are competing with for talent. In a job seeker’s market,…

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HR in 2018: These 5 Factors Will Change the Way You Work

There is a lot to look forward to for human resources in 2018. In an agile industry that seems to change faster with each passing year, 2018 brings many new opportunities to refine your skills and strengthen your results. Here are five factors that we are most excited about: 1. Ongoing Performance Management Annual performance…

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From the CEO’s Desk: If Your Job Survived the Great Recession, Will It Be Around in Another 10 Years?

Between December 2007 and June 2009, America experienced its worst economic recession since the Great Depression. Millions of people lost their jobs and homes. More saw their savings crumble. Recovery from the Great Recession has been slow but steady in many sectors. According to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, gross domestic product and job…