7 results for tag: Glassdoor


The Highest-paying Company ($170K avg) Is…

Palo Alto Networks. Based in... well, three guesses. But that's beside the point. According to last week's Glassdoor survey, there are a ton of companies that pay a ton of money to their average employee. Palo Alto Networks ($171K) NVIDIA ($170K...
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Subject Matter Expert or “Pigeon-holed?”

Gone are the days of old-fashioned job security where you could get into a "safe" industry or stay somewhere long enough that you would never have to worry about being laid-off, downsized or becoming obsolete. In the new economy of disruption, the only job ...
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How Do I Get a Behind-the-Scenes Look at a Prospective Manager

I have a job offer, but before I accept I'd like more information on the person I'd be working for to determine if we're a good fit. I met him in the interview of course, but would like a more behind-the-scenes look before I make this big move. How can I make ...
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How Do You Recommend an Older Job Seeker (55+) Approach a Job Search?

How do you recommend an older job seeker (55+) approach a job search? What are the things specific to this group that needs to be done/kept in mind? What type of companies should they pursue, and how should they pursue them? In addition to all the basics ...
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Rediscover the Lost Art of Seduction

When it comes to recruiting the best candidates in this record-low unemployment rate, nothing less than seduction will do. When we get back up to 10% unemployment rate, you can return to your job board "post and pray" strategy. But until then, remember ...
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How Do You Stop Leaders from “Gaming” Your System?

For two decades I designed compensation and performance management systems for large and medium companies. I always had this nagging thought that after two or three years the system had run its course. Those who wanted to do so had figured out the game and ...
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Friday’s Dirty Little Secret

In case you've been living under a rock since 2007, you already know that Glassdoor has shined a spotlight on how employers treat their people (and their candidates.) How many stars do you have? Your company and your CEO each have a score. And there's no ...
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