In this article we give you some tips on how to write a good review about a particular employer. On the one hand, to provide people who are considering working for this employer with useful and transparent information. On the other hand, to provide the employer with good feedback that they can learn from.
It is tempting to exaggerate a little bit, especially if your experience was negative. But our goal is to improve things, so try to give criticism in a constructive way. This way the employer in question will take you more serious.
On the other hand, it is of course also possible that you post a too positive review to please your employer. This actually is counterproductive cause reviews that are too positive and have a 100% score are not very credible. No employer is perfect, there are always things that can be improved!
If you prefer to remain anonymous, do not provide information from which your identity can be derived. For example, if you worked at a small company or were perhaps the only one in your position, keep your review as general as possible. It is then advisable, instead of giving all kinds of examples of events, to describe in general terms the underlying issues.
We do not accept reviews that use swear words or insult or discriminate against people.
The only fields you need to fill in are the name of the company, and the summary. The rest is optional so you don't have to mention things that are either irrelevant or you don't want to talk about. We did this on purpose to keep it very accessible, but also so that people who do have a lot to say, are free to do so.
Unfortunately, we cannot accept reviews that contain trade secrets or confidential information because it is not relevant and could damage the employer in question.
Would you like to write a review about an employer where you work or where you have worked?
By doing this, you help the person who may be considering working for this employer.
But you also help the employer in question because they then know better what issues are going on among their employees and may be able to do something about it.