Glassdoor Launches 'Glassdoor For Dummies'
MILL VALLEY, Calif., March 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ Glassdoor, the world's most transparent job and recruiting marketplace, is excited to release Glassdoor For Dummies, a Glassdoor Special Edition eBook. This free eBookhelps employers understand how to use Glassdoor's unique platform to advertise and post jobs, and manage their employer brands to recruit quality candidates.
Published by Wiley, Glassdoor For Dummies is Glassdoor's fourth For Dummies eBook. The first, Employer Branding For Dummies, was Wiley's best performing eBook in 2014 and was honored for a 2015 Killer Content Award by Demand Gen Report.
"The way people look for jobs is changing. Smart employers are constantly evaluating best practices to stay current in today's tough recruiting environment. Glassdoor is proven to be among the most effective recruiting channels, and this eBook helps employers easily use Glassdoor to find and hire the best people," said Carmel Galvin, Glassdoor chief human resources officer. "If an employer is not using Glassdoor to recruit, it's likely they are missing out on high quality and informed candidates."
Within Glassdoor For Dummies, employers will find a variety of tips and advice to help them:
- Post and advertise jobs
- Leverage transparency to recruit more effectively
- Manage and promote their employer brands
- Claim a Glassdoor Free Employer Account
- Qualify for Glassdoor Awards
Glassdoor is now the No. 2 job site in the U.S 1 and one of the most effective channels for job advertisement according to two independent research studies. With the job site's popularity rising among job seekers and employers, Glassdoor currently partners with more than 5,200 employer clients to help them recruit top talent by offering job advertising, job posting and employer branding solutions 2. Approximately 40 percent of the Fortune 500 are Glassdoor clients 2 . Glassdoor welcomes approximately 34 million unique users each month 3. The top three reasons people first come to Glassdoor are to browse job listings, research a company they want to work for, and research how salary/compensation information compares to others 4.
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1 Based on unique users, custom job list sites % Change Media Trend Report, ComScore January 2017 Media Metrix
2 Glassdoor Internal Data, December 2016
3 Google Analytics, CQ3'16 average
4 Glassdoor.com U.S. Site Survey, August 2016
Glassdoor is the world's most transparent job and recruiting marketplace that is changing how people search for jobs and how companies recruit top talent. Glassdoor combines job listings with anonymous reviews, ratings and salary data to help people find a job and company they love. This level of transparency, in turn, helps employers attract the right candidates for their company and culture at a fraction of the cost of other channels. Glassdoor offers employers job advertising, job posting and employer branding solutions in addition to robust talent analytics. Launched in 2008, Glassdoor has job listings and data for more than 640,000 employers in 190 countries and is available on iOS and Android platforms. For labor market trends and analysis, visit Glassdoor Economic Research. For career advice and job related news and tips, visit the Glassdoor Blog.
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