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Copywriter, Digital Content Specialist & Youth Speaker
I love GlassDoor because it lets you know when your resume was viewed and it gives you the salaries as well as reminders for jobs you have saved.
A lot of these positions make it seem like heaven on earth until you get to the interview then it’s a bunch of mess and not a real position but outside sales and commission based vending and tabling.
GlassDoor screens their agencies posting and so far it has all been legit jobs, however most are not offering me what I’m worth, so I have passed on most.
Looking at the salaries is a great deciding factor in applying for a position, especially as a Writer, Brand Strategist and Digital Content Marketer because all those positions require a lot of brain power, my eyes on the computer, research, data collection, training, seated long hours, editing expertise, Facebook mastery, Google skills, Inbound Marketing knack & know how, and I must be respected with an adult payment plan for my passions, talents and superb writing gifts or I give it no energy.
As a Freelance Writer, Digital Content Specialist, and Youth Speaker, I’m always sending out pitches and proposal to get lucrative gigs and I have no more time to waste because my dreams are calling.
Good search engine. Generalized vs specific information most often provided, for example: provides generic vs specific job descriptions, regional/nationwide salary ranges vs accurate salary ranges specific to location of interest, salary range provided often too wide to be helpful (no criteria provided for low-med-high across the range), posts available positions in a wide radius (location) from preferred location vs in preferred location, thus positions listed in search may be long but in actuality 99% are ruled out due to location (provide more filters), Inadequate “reviews” from past/present employees, i.e. inappropriate job category reviewed (receptionist vs provider vs administrator vs housekeeping), reviews from nationwide employees posted vs local employees from facility of interest, only high rating/reviews posted. ALL reviews from my job category should be provided.
Improvement in these areas would yield a 5 star review for Glassdoor. Shortcomings may be due to information provided to Glassdoor vs information requested by Glassdoor. Glassdoor, work harder to provide the specific information required by job seeker. Making these changes will increase the chances of providing the best fit for employers & employees. Both your customers will be happier with the service you provide.
Thank you for the opportunity to provide feedback.
Nonetheless, keep up the good work. You need to sharpen your pencil to land on top in this competitive business.
I like that the Glass Door app gives employees and interviewees a place to give their honest opinions and that it gives the public a way to see businesses before they decide to get further involved, which is why I’m sure it was named Glass Door. Haha.
What I don’t like is the part where you go to check out the reviews. The way it’s currently designed, one doesn’t readily know that in order to see the reviews on a company that they have to click on the stars or the review section AGAIN after they’ve already clicked on “REVIEWS”. I’m sure some people are getting flustered with that as I did. Since I really wanted to “see the reviews”, I played around with it a min or 2 until I realized that was the way you actually get access to all of them. That feature is annoying because it is asinine to have to click “Reviews” when it doesn’t immediately take you to the drop list of “all the reviews”. You see a couple but that’s it. Not all. So some may have to go about fumbling around as they’re not getting ALL of the content. That’s my experience. Please fix this.
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Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Dutch, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
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