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Re: Glassdoor.com Lays Bare Coworkers' Salaries
Posted by: Walaika Haskins 2008-08-10 11:24:59
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If you've ever wondered what goes on in the inner sanctum of a prospective employer or wondered how your salary compares with others in your field, a new Web site launched Tuesday could have the answer. The site, Glassdoor.com, allows current and recent former employees to anonymously report their salaries; provide detailed company reviews and rate their workplaces and management teams. "Glassdoor's employee-generated content provides a level of transparency in the two key drivers of employee motivation -- compensation and culture -- that is not available from any other source.


Job review sites
Posted by: Jbblack 2008-08-10 12:06:47 In reply to: Walaika Haskins
I think this is a great idea. When I was looking for my job a few years back I searched endlessly for a site like this. There are other sites that are doing the same thing. You should also try Corporategrade.com and jobvent.com.
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