Company Adding Feature To Compare Workplace Metrics With Competitors

When it comes time to take inventory of your company’s employment practices, sometimes you need to get a feel for how your employees feel about your company. This new tool from a company called Comparably now allows businesses to do that. Comparably is a company that uses analytics to get a feel for a business’s practices, and has an interface similar to that found on Glassdoor.com where people can review and rate companies they’ve worked for. Users can also see if the salary they’re currently making is better than or worse than workers at other companies.

 

Employers on the other hand can take a look at their numbers and see how they’re doing with employee morale, but they can also take a look at their diversity factors through gender, race, age, average tenure of employees and so much more. In fact, many current fortune 500 and growing tech companies are using Comparably because of its unique employer interface, and some of those companies include Uber, Twitter, Airbnb, and PayPal. The analytics on this software can really analyze each company department, or even executives and managers to see how their reputation is doing and to highlight problem areas that can be improved.

 

With the rise of Glassdoor and Comparably, companies are going to be scrutinized even further by their workplace environment. With new generations entering the workforce, perception is everything and factors such as age groups and gender also carry a lot of weight for millennials. Comparably also helps companies make anonymous hires by helping them find candidates whose job qualifications match what they’re looking for without having to wade through all the other fluff. Also, new workers care about geography when looking for a job, and Comparably has questions about what to expect at any given job or office culture within US cities. It used to be said that beggars can’t be choosy when looking for work, but with these new analytical tools new candidates will get more information on those few choices.

 

Company Adding Feature To Compare Workplace Metrics With Competitors

When it comes time to take inventory of your company’s employment practices, sometimes you need to get a feel for how your employees feel about your company. This new tool from a company called Comparably now allows businesses to do that. Comparably is a company that uses analytics to get a feel for a business’s practices, and has an interface similar to that found on Glassdoor.com where people can review and rate companies they’ve worked for. Users can also see if the salary they’re currently making is better than or worse than workers at other companies.

 

Employers on the other hand can take a look at their numbers and see how they’re doing with employee morale, but they can also take a look at their diversity factors through gender, race, age, average tenure of employees and so much more. In fact, many current fortune 500 and growing tech companies are using Comparably because of its unique employer interface, and some of those companies include Uber, Twitter, Airbnb, and PayPal. The analytics on this software can really analyze each company department, or even executives and managers to see how their reputation is doing and to highlight problem areas that can be improved.

 

With the rise of Glassdoor and Comparably, companies are going to be scrutinized even further by their workplace environment. With new generations entering the workforce, perception is everything and factors such as age groups and gender also carry a lot of weight for millennials. Comparably also helps companies make anonymous hires by helping them find candidates whose job qualifications match what they’re looking for without having to wade through all the other fluff. Also, new workers care about geography when looking for a job, and Comparably has questions about what to expect at any given job or office culture within US cities. It used to be said that beggars can’t be choosy when looking for work, but with these new analytical tools new candidates will get more information on those few choices.