Few innovations have taken as much guesswork out of job searching as Glassdoor. For nine years, the employer-review site has provided a window to the world of startups and Fortune 500 companies alike. Employers and employees view public feedback left on the site as a near real-time evaluation of morale and working conditions. Lately, researchers have jumped on the bandwagon, too.
Studies using Glassdoor data have found links between poorly rated companies and corporate fraud, and in-house research has confirmed the existence of a gender pay gap and the impact of college major on perpetuating said gap.
Marketing News spoke to Scott Dobroski, Glassdoor’s director of corporate communications, about site features and getting the most out of your Glassdoor experience.