Why Respond to Negative Glassdoor Reviews

There are several reasons to respond to negative Glassdoor reviews. First of all, Glassdoor reviewers are skilled at reading between the lines. If your company ignores Glassdoor reviewers, you’re losing potential employees and making yourself heard among your current employees. It is not the same as addressing broken products or career concerns. After all, a job is someone’s livelihood. They spend one-third of their lives at work, so ignoring them will only make their concerns known to others. You can check glassdoor reviews and remove reviews if you find any negative thoughts about yourself.


Employers have a responsibility to respond to negative reviews.

While it can be challenging to remain objective about your brand, responding to Glassdoor reviews in a way that protects your reputation and benefits your employees is essential. While receiving negative feedback can be uncomfortable, Glassdoor reviews can provide invaluable feedback to help you improve your

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Virginia tax rebates on the way

According to the Richmond Times Dispatch, Virginia taxpayers will begin receiving one time tax rebates next week, either directly to their bank accounts or through the mail.

The Department of Taxation expects to issue a total of 3.2 million rebates by the end of the year, with 2.9 million of them due to arrive by mid-October under a Oct. 17 deadline for taxpayers who filed their returns before July 1. The department will begin issuing the rebates Monday.

Individual taxpayers will receive up to $250, and couples filing jointly will receive $500 under the plan that the newly elected Gov. Glenn Youngkin pushed and outgoing Gov. Ralph Northam included in his budget proposal last year.

Some payments may be reduced for taxpayers who have other state liabilities that state law requires them to pay back first. The last time the state sent rebate checks to taxpayers, in 2019, about 900,000

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20 Great Reality TV Exhibits On Hulu (2017)!

Top NewsGlenn Beck hosts a day by day show at 5:00 PM on Fox Information, which is part commentary, part leisure, and fully controversial. He was born and raised in the state of Washington. Glenn Beck, forty five, grew to become the youngest particular person to ever host a morning top-40 radio present at the age of 18 in Tampa, Florida. As soon as a troubled individual, he has been clear and sober since 1994. Glenn, a Mormon, has been married for eleven years. Beck takes a stand for private accountability, gun rights, private charity over government welfare, the best to life, non secular freedom, restricted government, and the family. His radio present is heard on over 300 stations, and he has written five # 1 promoting books. He came to Fox News in 2008 after three years during which he hosted his personal program at CNN. The Glenn Beck Program … Read more

Longhorns Daily News: Texas football earns a Cheez-It Bowl projection

College football is roughly two weeks underway (if you don’t count Week 0.)

That means it’s … projection season.

Per 247Sportsat their current pace, the Texas Longhorns are projected for a Cheez-It Bowl appearance, where they would hypothetically face off against the North Carolina State Wolfpack.

From 247Sports: “The Longhorns gained the respect of everyone nationally following Saturday’s hard-fought loss to Alabama and played better than the Crimson Tide much of the afternoon. The incoming injury news on quarterback Quinn Ewers is vital to this program’s long-term success this fall and if it has a shot to stay in the Big 12 race potentially without its leader on offense. Texas played well enough to upset the top-ranked reigning SEC champs, but it didn’t happen.”


Austin American-Statesman: Whys of Texas: So was it a safety vs. Alabama or not?


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La Casa begins Latine Heritage Month with annual event

La Casa hosted its annual kickoff for the commencement of Hispanic Heritage Month with a feature of ‘OMARA,’ a film by Yale alumnus Hugo Perez ’93.

Benjamin Hernandez

1:26 am, Sep 16, 2022

Yale Daily News

La Casa Cultural de Julia de Burgos, affectionately known as La Casa, hosted by Hugo Perez ’93 at Luce Hall on Thursday, Sept. 15, for its annual kickoff event to commemorate the beginning of National Hispanic Heritage Month.

Perez is the director of “OMARA,” a documentary on the famed Afro-Cuban singer Omara Portoundo. In addition to being sponsored by La Casa, the event was also sponsored by the Yale Alumni Association, Council for Latin American and Iberian Studies at Yale’s MacMillan Center, Yale Latino Alumni Network and Yale Latino Network Group. Perez expressed his gratitude in being able to be a part of the University’s transition into Hispanic Heritage month.

“I’m very happy to

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