Keeping tabs on your Glassdoor reviews makes sense, but dwelling on bad ones isn’t useful. At that point, the die is cast. Unless you have a wayback machine, there’s nothing you can do to change the person’s experience. However, that doesn’t mean your HR and leadership teams can’t make some changes to prevent future bad reviews. Cool-headed leaders and recruiters realize how valuable negative Glassdoor reviews can be when used …
Source: Recruiter.com – Daily Articles and News
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