Not only can workers grouse about pay, working conditions and their bosses, but they also can rate the CEO or president of the company.
The site is called Glassdoor.com. It allows users to, among other things, write reviews about their company and check salary information. If you’ve ever done an employee-satisfaction survey, think of Glassdoor in that way – except the world gets to see the survey responses.
Some less-than-complimentary posts already on the site:
- Wells Fargo: “A great place to work if you like getting yelled at constantly,” although the writer does say the company has great benefits.
- Google: “The perks are great, like getting free food (though quality is getting ho-hum lately)” and “Management is mostly useless and doesn’t know how to manage projects, let alone people.”