Are glassdoor profiles public?
Your profile is a way for Glassdoor to learn more about you so we can better help you find a job and company you love. Private information, such as anonymous reviews or private account settings and information, is never included in your Glassdoor profile. How do I access and create my profile?
Can my employer see my Glassdoor review?
Glassdoor is committed to providing a constructive platform for people to share their opinions about their jobs and companies anonymously – without fear of retaliation and intimidation. So, if someone asks us to tell them who wrote a review, we say no.
Does glassdoor really work?
A 2016 Glassdoor report uncovered that more than two-thirds of candidates check a company’s reviews before accepting a job offer, and almost 50% of candidates check Glassdoor during their job search. In fact, half of candidates say they won’t work for a company with a bad reputation regardless of pay and on Glassdoor.22
Can a company lower your pay?
If an employer cuts an employee’s pay without telling him, it is considered a breach of contract. Pay cuts are legal as long as they are not done discriminatorily (i.e., based on the employee’s race, gender, religion, and/or age). To be legal, a person’s earnings after the pay cut must also be at least minimum wage.
Should you work for a company with bad reviews?
Bad reviews will generally raise a red flag. But that doesn’t mean you should run from every company with negative feedback attached to it. One of the best ways to determine whether you’ll be happy working at a given company is to hear what its current employees have to say about it.8
Why is my job giving me less hours?
Employers cut hours for a variety of reasons. This may be because the job role you fulfill is no longer necessary as a full-time position, or it could be because they need to budget better and, therefore, they need to reduce some employees’ hours.
Can you sue your employer for cutting your hours?
Turns out, you CAN now be sued for simply reducing an employee’s hours. Here’s the deal: If an employee can show that your intent in reducing his or her hours was to deny the person access to some benefit or right he or she would’ve otherwise been entitled to, you can be sued.24
Can my employer reduce my full time hours?
An employer may be able to change an employee’s full-time employment to part-time or casual employment without agreement from the employee. Important factors to consider are: Does the employment contract, registered agreement or award let the employer change the employee’s work hours without the employee agreeing?
What are my rights if my employer wants to reduce my hours?
Your employer can only lay you off or require you to go on reduced hours if your contract of employment allows it. If not, your employer will have to negotiate a change to your contract. Typically, this will involve many members of staff and they or their union will have to agree to the new arrangement.
How much notice does an employer have to give for a shift change?
There is no law simply defining reasonable. However your contract may state this. In most cases, a minimum of 12 hours notice would be expected as reasonable notice to cancel a shift.23
Can you be fired while on furlough?
A furloughed public employee retains their employment rights. Government employees cannot be fired or replaced without process. For a public employee who has been furloughed, rather than laid off, this means that they have a presumptive right to return to that position if they choose and it exists.8
Can I leave my job while on furlough?
You can quit your job while you’re on furlough. Just the same way as directors can make your redundant during your furlough leave, you are allowed to walk away from your job. Nothing will change for you, you should be paid up until the period you leave on the furlough scheme and be free to take up your next job.3
What happens if an employee refuses to be furloughed?
Q: What happens if an employee does not consent to be being furloughed? If you receive such a refusal you should explain again why you need the changes sought and ask the employee to reconsider and say that in the event they do not agree you will need to consider possible dismissal based on that unreasonable refusal.24
Can staff do training while on furlough?
The guidance states: “Furloughed employees can engage in training as long as, in undertaking the training, the employee does not provide services to, or generate revenue for, or on behalf of their organisation. Furloughed employees should be encouraged to undertake training.”1