Category: Glassdoor

Under-Qualified? Here’s How to Snag an Interview Anyway

Your dream job has finally appeared in a job search. But even though it’s right there, all but begging you to apply, you stop short of submitting your resume. Why? You’re not qualified. Whether the job posting requires years of experience you lack or a specific skill you haven’t yet […]

Join the Engineering Team at Glassdoor — We’re Breaking New Ground!

Glassdoor is growing — fast! We are currently hiring for several engineering roles and looking for A-plus talent to help us solve some of the biggest challenges facing the HR and recruiting space. “It’s a perfect time to join us,” says Bhawna Singh, VP of Engineering at Glassdoor. “Our user […]

This Is How to Build Your Professional Network From Your Phone

You don’t have to be an introvert to dread networking events. Initiating conversations with total strangers can feel a bit like going on a blind date — the results could be magical, or painfully awkward. Though networking in person doesn’t have to be a nightmare, it can still be difficult […]

How to Interview Your Interviewer

You’ve scheduled the interview. You’ve printed extra copies of your resume. You’ve researched the company’s site, and maybe even researched some employees on LinkedIn. But are you really prepared? For many people, interviews are intimidating. A life-changing opportunity is based on an hour or two of answering a stranger’s questions. At the […]

How to Transform Your Resume for a New Job, Like Meghan Markle

Chances are fair to good that Meghan Markle—Suits actress and Prince Harry’s soon-to-be wife—won’t have to work another day in her life, let alone have an up-to-date resume. But that didn’t stop TopResume career expert Amanda Augustine from giving it a fresh feel. “Will Meghan Markle need an official resume for her […]

12 Small & Medium Companies With Big Benefits Hiring Now

There’s a pervasive myth among job seekers that you need to work at a multinational corporation if you want an exceptional benefits package. But while larger companies typically do have bigger budgets, a company’s size alone doesn’t determine the quality of their perks and benefits. Because it’s not always about how […]