Glassdoor launched new search choices Oct. 10 that enable job seekers to filter firm outcomes by rankings like range and inclusion scores or by general rankings from demographic teams corresponding to race and ethnicity, the corporate stated in a information launch.
Utilizing the brand new search perform, customers are in a position to filter by work-life stability; tradition and values; D&I, race and ethnicity; and gender identification and sexual orientation, amongst different issues.
The brand new search capabilities “intention to make it simpler for individuals to uncover firms that align with their distinctive values and experiences and can assist them make much more knowledgeable choices about the place to work,” Glassdoor CEO Christian Sutherland-Wong stated in a information launch.
A Glassdoor survey performed final month discovered that 43% of U.S. workers skilled or noticed discrimination within the office, whereas 30% stated their employer’s values don’t align with their very own. The survey, which was accomplished by market analysis agency The Harris Ballot, revealed that 36% of workers aged 18-44 think about D&I essential when figuring out the place to work.
A March 2021 survey by Boston Consulting Group, The Community and Appcast equally discovered that 51% of U.S. respondents exclude firms that don’t share their views on D&I from their job searches. That quantity climbed to 56% amongst these aged 30 and youthful.
The brand new filters come two years after Glassdoor first gave customers the choice to charge firms on D&I and different office traits. On the time, the corporate stated the transfer was a part of a broader effort to enhance fairness.
Along with the significance of D&I in a job search, the current Glassdoor survey additionally confirmed that 71% of respondents care about work-life stability when selecting the place to work. Utilizing the brand new filters, Salesforce, Johnson & Johnson and Hubspot rank extremely on that entrance, the corporate stated.