All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Glassdoor’

Google Is the Best Company to Work for, According to Employees

In the seventh iteration of employer-review site Glassdoor’s Best Place to Work list, Google finally takes the top spot. According to Glassdoor, it’s Google’s benefits, salary, and overall treatment of employees that puts it a notch above the rest. With thousands of reviews from both current and former employees, Google notched a 4.5 out of 5 rating. The company was …

Read More

You’re Probably Not Prepared to Interview At Google or Facebook

If you’re looking to work for Google, Microsoft, or Facebook – be prepared for a fairly grueling interview process. That’s the takeaway from a new study from Glassdoor. The workplace tracking company looked at average interview ratings of some top companies (a metric that Glassdoor already measures) and found that among the major tech companies, it’s hardest to interview at …

Read More

Mark Zuckerberg Takes Top Spot in Annual CEO Confidence Survey

Congratulations, Mark Zuckerberg. Your employees at Facebook approve of the way you’re running the company at a higher rate than employees at any other company in the country. Glassdoor has just put out their annual Highest Rated CEOs list, and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg tops it with a 99% approval rating. Glassdoor’s annual list comes from voluntary survey participation from …

Read More

Facebook App Glassdoor Integrates Job Hunting Into Social Networking

Glassdoor is a careers site that competes in the same realm as as CareerBuilder and Monster. They have recently integrated an interesting Facebook app that will reveal what personal connections you have for a job you are potentially hunting. When you do a job hunt on Glassdoor, you can read reviews, see salary information and photos, etc. all provided by …

Read More

Jerry Yang: What Yahoo Employees Have Said About Him

As you may know, Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang has resigned from all positions at the company. Glassdoor has taken the opportunity to share what some Yahoo employees have said in reviews on the site (dating back to 2008). “Jerry Yang continues to be Chief Yahoo and his role has always been dubious. It appears that Jerry wants to have the …

Read More