sorry guys, we have close to a half million views already and are
bringing more servers online.
On Jun 11, 2008, at 10:12 AM, Jeff Gimzek wrote:
> > As you guys may have noticed in the MSM and the blogosphere, the > project I have been doing IA, UX, UE, concepting, wireframing, > interaction design, logo design, naming, branding, graphics, > interface design and more for during the past year went live last > night. > > So what is it? Glassdoor.com is opening the doors to companies > everywhere by allowing anyone to find and anonymously share real- > time reviews, ratings and salary details about specific jobs for > specific employers — all for free. What sets us apart is that all > our information comes from the people who know these companies best > – employees. Think of it as the Yelp or TripAdvisor for planning > your career. > > The biggest interaction challenge with the site was the "give to > get" model for posting and seeing content: > > This means to access all the employee reviews and salaries of the > community, you must first share an anonymous review or salary of > your own. To give you a preview of the value in this transparency, > we’re offering sneak peeks for four technology companies in the SF > Bay Area (Cisco Systems, Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo!) where you > can see all reviews and salaries before contributing. > > Basically, a person has to take a "survey" to get full access to the > site, and we tried to make those surveys as fun and painless as > possible. > > Please take a look, and since most of you like your jobs, give your > company some props. > > Feedback is very welcome - for me, or for the company.