CEOs are increasingly alarmed about their reviews on Glassdoor and other employer review sites, and how it affects their careers and recruiting prospects. We've dubbed this phenomenon Glassdoor angst. And if you're embarrassed by those reviews, it's easy to overreact. Who likes being made profoundly uncomfortable by someone anonymously bashing your organization? No one wants to have their staffing affected because of some disgruntled former or current employees.
So here are a few articles we thought provided some useful perspective and advice about what to do to improve those negative Glassdoor reviews. (Glassdoor also offers an entire category to deal with this exact concern):
Finally, remember that many job-seekers will take Glassdoor reviews with a grain of salt. The content is still important, and can be very useful for job-seekers - they might use the complaints to ask some probing, smart questions about your organization that you might be unprepared for.
For more on this topic, read How Employer Reputation Affects Senior Executive Careers, or download our Viewpoint Document on The Glassdoor Impact.
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