Employers should pay attention to online reputation
Many websites exist to provide reviews of what its like to work at a particular company, such as GlassDoor.com; however, organizations must keep an eye on what's said on these websites as fraudulent claims often slip through.
By Amanda McGrory-Dixon|November 19, 2012 at 06:03 AM
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Many websites exist to provide reviews of what it’s like to work at a particular company, such as GlassDoor.com; however, organizations must keep an eye on what’s said on these websites as fraudulent claims often slip through, says Cliff Stein, CEO of ReputationChanger.com. In many cases, these fraudulent claims come from disgruntled employees and unscrupulous competitors. Nonetheless, these negative reviews can still hurt.
From a recruiting standpoint, negative reviews make it especially difficult to attract the best talent, Stein says. Despite today’s tough economy, qualified candidates still have options, and they’re usually skeptical to join a company if they come across poor reviews. Even if a top candidate receives a good offer, it might not be enough to balance the negative reviews. While a good offer can be powerful, top candidates also are looking for positions that will make them happy.
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