- Hove, United Kingdom
- 1 to 50 Employees
- 1 Location
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 2011
- Revenue: Unknown / Non-Applicable
- Information Technology Support Services
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5 hours ago
I've been wondering about the real purpose of platforms like Glassdoor and Blind. It often feels like they're just outlets for us to vent our frustrations, especially in startups where feedback doesn't always lead to improvement and learning. And then there's the push for employees to leave overly positive, sometimes even fake, feedback on Glassdoor. What's the deal with that? Are these platforms actually making a difference, or are they just for show?
5 hours ago
Why does HR seem more focused on shielding executives rather than tackling bias and handling complaints? It's concerning to see capable employees dismissed on an executive's whim, often due to personal biases. Also, the practice of hiring mainly from one company creates an exclusive circle, potentially affecting overall performance. HR needs to scrutinize and address these issues more effectively.
6 hours ago
I'm looking for "mindless" data entry jobs. I don't want to deal with people or phones because it is getting more and more difficult for me to hear properly. I do wear hearing aids, but the technology can't keep up with my hearing loss. I have looked for this type of work on other platforms but am not having much luck. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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