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Managers Beware: Rate Your Boss With Glassdoor

Are you unhappy with your job and about to launch a full scale attack on your local classified section? Then maybe you should check out Glassdoor first, before sending that resume.

What is this Glassdoor I speak of? Well, the info junkies that brought us Expedia and Zillow have announced their new venture, dubbing it the TripAdvisor for companies. But instead of ranting about your dingy hotel room and airline customer service, you can rate your company, your boss, CEO, and post your salary info anonymously. . . giving us all an honest insight to what is actually lurking behind those cheerful interviewers who tell you what a great working environment X Company provides. You knew something was off when she didn't blink for two whole minutes!

To find out how to start using it, just


Just start rating your past or present companies from one to five in areas like benefits, competence of managers and other important stuff that you might want to know before you start, and create a free account to access other profiles. It's totally user friendly and offers an insiders look on if it's really worth it to click "send" to accept that interview!

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jennacyde jennacyde 9 years
That's a lawsuit waiting to happen.
looseseal looseseal 9 years
Yeah, this is only going to be useful for bigger companies, where the boss doesn't know every single employee by name. People in small companies can probably tell who wrote it! It'd be fun to see what people write in there, though. Kind of like reading the confession websites. I'll bet it'd mostly be people in big companies doing a lot of bashing. I hope there'll be some entries on the inner workings of huge corporations like Monsanto and Pfizer. Do they hire mole people? Chain their employees to their desks? Inquiring minds want to know!
kcwebgirl kcwebgirl 9 years
some people are born good managers and others aren't. i wouldn't rate my boss online but it would be nice to provide feedback during the review process. some jobs let you and i think all of them should. they need to know where they can improve in the eyes of their direct reports. it makes for a better work environment.
graduatedsqueaks graduatedsqueaks 9 years
one of my friends told me about a similar site that's been created recently, I think it's still in its building stages, but it seems like a good idea!
EvilDorkGirl EvilDorkGirl 9 years
Oh MAN. I wish this site existed before I had taken my last crappy job. Maybe I wouldn't have taken a job there.... My current job rocks, but it's at such a small company that I know my boss would know that I'm the one writing his review. It'd be all good but I don't want to seem like a brown noser.
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