I’ve worked on employer branding at Schwab, Mozilla and continue to support it withinSalesforce‘s technology org. Some core employer brand programs I’ve ran include entering employer ratings competitions (I have some issues with these but they are certainly a proxy), managing Glassdoor ratings, and getting general coverage and endorsements for being a great employer.
So when I saw this CNBC coverage of Hubstaff as a Top Remote employer, I was intrigued and, as many would, headed over to Glassdoor to hear what employees were saying directly.
In April 2019 I cautioned about the advent corporate surveillance. I went on to add a few postscripts that track the dystopian unwinding, but I thought I’d do a separate post lauding my prophecy here. Because who doesn’t need a Worker Productivity Score?
This week we learned that Microsoft really does want you to live you best life (or rather, Viva). And they can help us “address complex challenges and respond to change by shedding light on organizational work patterns and trends.”