robertmerrill at gmail.com
Wed Feb 1 14:50:10 MST 2012
On Wed, Feb 1, 2012 at 1:59 AM, S. Dale Morrey <sdalemorrey at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Anyone interested?
> > I am.
> > --
> > Alan Young
Glassdoor is a problem because the only people who post there have an
axe to grind.
> We've had this discussion before. The consensus opinion at the time
> was that it opens a whole can of legal liability worms.
So, you guys are smart. What if you develop a scoring system for
companies akin to "The Joel Test"
generates some kind of scorecard of your opinions about a company.
Then simply post anonymously on glassdoor with a comment that includes
a little footer like PLUGSCORE: 152332 and only Pluggers have the key
for decoding what that actually MEANS.
Then the only thing PLUG is responsible for is that the website has a
KEY (available to members) to decoding the score for example, but does
NOT host or retain any data about people's opinions of those
1. Are you a current employee (1), former employee (2) or interviewing
2. Overall impression of the company: Top-notch (5), Average/Meh (3),
Other questions could be about how you felt the interview process
goes... if you felt the team is professional and you could work for
them.... if they espouse open source programming principles, etc? or
even some of the Joel Test questions, etc.
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