Agent of Change
Chief Feedback Officer
Future of Work
September 29, 2017
Heather R. Huhman
Here's the problem, and it happens a lot: Job-seekers find an opening and immediately research the employer. They visit the company website, along with LinkedIn and Glassdoor.
Bad reviews can impact a company and make talent recruitment hard. In fact, a January 2017 report from Glassdoor found that of the 238 job-seekers who participated in the study, those who'd seen a bad review of their prospective company asked for a salary bump, on average, 55 to 60 percent higher than that from their current company. By contrast, those who'd seen neutral employer reviews wanted a pay raise 45 to 50 percent higher.
And those who'd seen a positive review? A raise of 35 to 40 percent.
This problem is ubiquitous. Carol Lee Andersen, president of Questback, an enterprise-feedback and management-solution company, in The Woodlands, Texas, says that every company gets bad reviews.
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