I am currently in the process of changing jobs, but it has been challenging nosing around the companies i plan on sending my resume as i usually use Linkedin. Anyone knows a better method of investigating a company (based on how they treat their employees oh)?
None at all.
At Light inBottle, we’re working on something called ‘‘WhereTheWork’’ but until then, bros @lordbanks don yan…
Or you could crowdsource reviews. Make a list of the companies you’re looking into and your review criteria. Stick it in a spreadsheet and make the edit link public.
Thanks all…I think I’ll take the review route
Thanks…cos I don’t check taya
@PapaOlabode They could make the results sheet public (view only). But @binjoadeniran could argue that it will cause a premature furore, and they want to do a controlled release. But IDK. It’s an interesting gunpowder keg to be sitting on.
Serious gunpowder! But these things have to be done. I know we hate hard truths but then, if founders are prancing about like baby Jesus, should the world not know they’re not?
In time, the affected startups/founders would see this as a favour. Culture matters and it starts with how we treat our people.
Well done - really good that you shared publicly so quickly. Folks - get in - and at results by yourself!
In any case, @binjoadeniran I just checked the original questions, and feel you might have balanced it out slightly by ‘attempting’ to find out if the employee was even suitable/performing at the expected level. It’s probably lacking 1 or 2 of tnose type of questions.
Anyways, good job man…really mportant that we continue to have these conversations.
Would be nice if we could have a graph/infographic of the data.
Am looking and am Wow’ed
Will check it out
Hello @binjoadeniran can I get this report as an excel document? I could only download as pdf