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  • Comparably wants to tell applicants how well you're addressing diversity

    Comparably wants to tell applicants how well you're addressing diversity

    Comparably announced expanded research options for prospective employees last week with the launch of new public company pages that show how workers rate their employers.

    HR Dive (08/14/2017)

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  • The top 10 companies for diversity in tech, ranked by their own underrepresented employees

    The top 10 companies for diversity in tech, ranked by their own underrepresented employees

    Comparably has a new report out this week ranking Silicon Valley employers by how they're doing at diversity.

    Mashable (08/12/2017)

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  • You probably feel more loyal to your co-workers than to your boss or company

    You probably feel more loyal to your co-workers than to your boss or company

    A recent study found that most employees feel more loyalty to their fellow co-workers than to their boss or the company mission and vision.

    CNBC (08/11/2017)

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  • These Are the Best Places to Work If You're Not a White Dude

    These Are the Best Places to Work If You're Not a White Dude

    Salesforce, Intuit, Facebook: When it comes to companies where women and minority employees feel happiest and most supported, those top the list.

    Inc (08/10/2017)

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  • These 10 tech companies are doing the best at diversity, according to Comparably

    These 10 tech companies are doing the best at diversity, according to Comparably

    Comparably has come out with a ranking of the top 10 tech companies for people of color, as well as the top 10 for women.

    TechCrunch (08/10/2017)

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  • There’s a good chance your coworkers hate you

    There’s a good chance your coworkers hate you

    According to the results of Comparably’s year-long survey of 36,000 workers across the technology sector–from Amazon, Apple, Google, Facebook, and Uber to smaller VC-funded, privately-held startups–one in three people may be eyeing the door because of a coworker they can’t stand.

    FastCompany (08/04/2017)

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  • Are Your Co-Workers Driving You to Quit?

    Are Your Co-Workers Driving You to Quit?

    It's not just your boss who can drive you nuts. A host of factors can make co-workers unbearable.

    Entrepreneur (08/03/2017)

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  • Despite the recruitment tech revolution, human recruiters get a raise

    Despite the recruitment tech revolution, human recruiters get a raise

    We're at a crossroads in the recruitment industry. Somewhere between human recruiters and new technology lies a balance that maximizes the contributions of both.

    HR Dive (07/27/2017)

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  • The Top Stressor for Workers Is Not What You Think

    The Top Stressor for Workers Is Not What You Think

    Polling more than 10,000 men and women in the technology industry, job website Comparably uncovered the top stressors for people at work.

    Entrepreneur (07/19/2017)

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  • These are the most beloved tech CEOs according to a poll

    These are the most beloved tech CEOs according to a poll

    Good news for some of the top chiefs at tech companies: They had an average approval rating of 80% or better.

    FastCompany (07/14/2017)

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  • How Tech Employees Really Feel About Their Bosses

    How Tech Employees Really Feel About Their Bosses

    One in three tech employees feel that their bosses have a negative impact on company culture, according to a survey of 20,000 workers in the tech industry.

    Fortune (07/10/2017)

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  • This is the No. 1 thing bosses need to improve, according to 20,000 employees

    This is the No. 1 thing bosses need to improve, according to 20,000 employees

    Communication is the top skill managers need to improve, according to a new survey of 20,000 people from Comparably, a compensation, culture, and jobs monitoring site.

    CNBC (07/07/2017)

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  • Do You Think You're Smarter Than Your Boss?

    Do You Think You're Smarter Than Your Boss?

    A new study looks at exactly what employees think about their supervisors and what they would want to change about their jobs.

    Entrepreneur (07/06/2017)

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  • Female startup founders address tech industry sexual harassment

    Female startup founders address tech industry sexual harassment

    The annual Female Founders Conference, hosted by the Mountain View startup accelerator Y Combinator, usually features feel-good speeches from female industry leaders on their professional journey. But this year had a darker subtext, which many of the speakers faced head-on: sexual harassment in Silicon Valley.

    San Francisco Chronicle (07/03/2017)

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  • This Is What Employees Of Companies Like Google, Facebook, And Amazon Think About Their Employers

    This Is What Employees Of Companies Like Google, Facebook, And Amazon Think About Their Employers

    Two different analyses parse out what employees are thinking at tech’s biggest firms and where they’re headed if they are unhappy.

    FastCompany (06/19/2017)

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  • The Tech CEOs Women Rank Highest

    The Tech CEOs Women Rank Highest

    The tech industry doesn't have a reputation for welcoming women with open arms. But some chief executives have shown a commitment to gender diversity, earning the appreciation of their ranks.

    Forbes (06/07/2017)

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  • Here Are the Best Tech Companies for Women to Work

    Here Are the Best Tech Companies for Women to Work

    Google, Facebook and Twitter didn't make the cut in this new study.

    Entrepreneur (06/01/2017)

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  • None of Silicon Valley's biggest companies earned top ratings from women employees in tech

    None of Silicon Valley's biggest companies earned top ratings from women employees in tech

    According to a new report from the jobs site Comparably, the biggest tech companies and their CEOs don't make it to the top of the heap when women in the tech industry rate their employers.

    Mashable (05/31/2017)

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  • 10 Ways to Make the Best of Dumb Mistakes

    10 Ways to Make the Best of Dumb Mistakes

    Everyone is going to make a dumb mistake at work. What's important is getting feedback, learning from it, and using it to improve.

    Fortune (04/15/2017)

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  • 7 Simple Practices that Dramatically Improve Company Culture

    7 Simple Practices that Dramatically Improve Company Culture

    These can be immediately implemented, and have an immediate effect on culture.

    Inc (04/11/2017)

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  • Tech tools that can help you land the perfect job

    Tech tools that can help you land the perfect job

    With low, 4.5 percent unemployment and exploding demand for all sorts of workers, new high-tech tools are emerging to help companies find the best candidates and bring down the cost of that job search.

    CNBC (04/10/2017)

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  • Company Culture of Private Unicorns as Rated by Their Employees

    Company Culture of Private Unicorns as Rated by Their Employees

    Uber still leads Silicon Valley’s unicorns when it comes to valuation, but when it comes to culture, new employee feedback data suggests it’s significantly trailing its billion-dollar tech peers.

    Forbes (04/07/2017)

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  • Everyone Knows HR Is Broken: Here’s How To Fix It

    Everyone Knows HR Is Broken: Here’s How To Fix It

    We keep blaming HR when scandals hit. But HR teams with no power can’t keep the company in check.

    FastCompany (04/04/2017)

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  • Challenging job search and HR giants, Comparably raises $7.25M

    Challenging job search and HR giants, Comparably raises $7.25M

    Jason Nazar, the Los Angeles-based co-founder and chief executive of Comparably is aiming to unseat some of the web’s most successful tech companies in human resources and job search world.

    TechCrunch (01/31/2017)

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  • Comparably raises $7.25 million to help match employees with the best companies

    Comparably raises $7.25 million to help match employees with the best companies

    Comparably has raised additional capital needed to support the growth of its job placement service. The company revealed that it has received $7.25 million from a slew of participants, including Greycroft Partners (which led the round), Comcast Ventures, Crosslink Capital, Upfront Ventures, Lowercase Capital, Alpha Edison, Cornerstone on Demand, Accelerator Ventures, and Rincon Ventures.

    VentureBeat (01/30/2017)

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  • Tech’s Gender Pay Gap Hits Younger Women Hardest

    Tech’s Gender Pay Gap Hits Younger Women Hardest

    The salary database Comparably has released a new study exploring the pay gap between men and women in the tech industry. Among its most interesting findings is that the gap is largest for women early in their careers, with women under 25 earning on average 29% less than men their age, while the gap drops to only 5% for workers over 50.

    Fortune (01/22/2017)

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  • Comparably Helps Monitor The Job Market

    Comparably Helps Monitor The Job Market

    Comparably helps match the best candidates to the best companies.

    Cheddar (01/17/2017)

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  • Where the best tech jobs are

    Where the best tech jobs are

    Tech investments move outside of main tech hubs of SF, LA and NYC over the next few years. Jason Nazar discusses the booming tech jobs market on the USA Today Podcast.

    USA Today (01/16/2017)

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  • Los Angeles tech companies take a victory lap with first tech job fair

    Los Angeles tech companies take a victory lap with first tech job fair

    LA is going to host its first major tech job fair, organized and co-hosted by the city’s mayor, Eric Garcetti, and serial entrepreneur, Jason Nazar. More than 150 of the top tech companies in LA — including Snap, Dollar Shave Club, Tinder, Honest, Cornerstone OnDemand, GumGum, Laurel & Wolf and Hyperloop One — will be there taking questions and recruiting new hires.

    TechCrunch (01/13/2017)

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  • Young Bosses Bridging The Generation Gap

    Young Bosses Bridging The Generation Gap

    These days, it’s not unusual for older employees to work for millennials. Jason Nazar and Armen Avedissian discuss young CEOs and Comparably's corporate philosophy.

    CBS Los Angeles (01/13/2017)

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  • The 27 best startups that launched this year

    The 27 best startups that launched this year

    Great businesses can be launched anytime, even when there's a downturn in funding.

    Business Insider (12/28/2016)

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  • Comparably's new tool lets companies see how their culture stacks up against the competition's

    Comparably's new tool lets companies see how their culture stacks up against the competition's

    Comparably, a company and workplace culture review platform, is expanding its tools and offerings to employers that want to have a better understanding of how they can improve their workplaces for employees.

    TechCrunch (12/15/2016)

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  • Why You Need to Think 'Tools' When Hiring, Not Just 'the Job Post'

    Why You Need to Think 'Tools' When Hiring, Not Just 'the Job Post'

    Tools like Comparably's new Career Matching platform are changing the focus.

    Entrepreneur (11/28/2016)

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  • Comparably has bet on anonymity as a key driver for its services, and today it's announcing an expansion into career matching that uses this approach.

    Comparably has bet on anonymity as a key driver for its services, and today it's announcing an expansion into career matching that uses this approach.

    Tools like Comparably's new Career Matching platform are changing the focus.

    VentureBeat (11/18/2016)

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  • The Complete Guide to Understanding Equity Compensation at Tech Companies

    The Complete Guide to Understanding Equity Compensation at Tech Companies

    A look at how stock options work at private companies.

    Fortune (09/27/2016)

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  • Unacceptable: 23 Percent of Women in Tech Fields Admit Being Sexually Harassed at Work

    Unacceptable: 23 Percent of Women in Tech Fields Admit Being Sexually Harassed at Work

    Sexual harassment at tech companies is much bigger than just Apple. Harassment in the tech sector is about as common as having an iPhone - one in four women working in tech report they've been sexually harassed on the job, according to a new study.

    Glamour (09/22/2016)

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  • Infographic: What Does your Boss Need to Improve

    Infographic: What Does your Boss Need to Improve

    3000+ employees surveyed give one very common answer.

    Inc (08/18/2016)

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  • 15 Most Lucrative Jobs in the Tech Industry

    15 Most Lucrative Jobs in the Tech Industry

    Which jobs in the tech industry can make you the most money?

    The Street (08/18/2016)

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  • These are the tech jobs that have the best and worst work-life balance

    These are the tech jobs that have the best and worst work-life balance

    The tech industry, and the hectic startup life in particular, can do a number on work-life balance. But some jobs within tech companies are easier than others, according to research by Comparably, a Glassdoor competitor.

    Business Insider (07/29/2016)

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  • How Much Does Industry Matter In Salary Negotiation?

    How Much Does Industry Matter In Salary Negotiation?

    Each industry has its own approach.

    Forbes (07/27/2016)

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  • Comparably now lets CEOs better understand industry-wide salaries

    Comparably now lets CEOs better understand industry-wide salaries

    Comparably has launched a new product aimed to give company leaders a market-wide idea about where compensation is going. With this latest offering, chief executives, management, and those in human resources can access Comparably's full set of salary and equity data for free. Additionally, companies can claim their pages on Comparably to customize and receive analytics about how they're viewed by employees.

    VentureBeat (07/22/2016)

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  • Transparent salaries can help both employees and companies

    Research suggests transparency can benefit employees while secrecy can bog down their performances.

    Yahoo! Canada Finance (07/08/2016)

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  • The top 17 startups to launch so far in 2016

    Business Insider spoke to founders and venture capitalists and took a look at funding data to identify some of the startups that had the biggest starts in 2016. Some names on the list are officially launching out of stealth, while others are still in their early months of forming a company.

    Business Insider (06/28/2016)

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  • Surprising Statistics Of The Gender-Wage Gap In Tech

    New analysis of the gender-pay gap in tech unearths some hidden inequities and some surprising steps forward.

    FastCompany (06/21/2016)

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  • This Is Why Employees Trust Their Co-Workers More Than You

    As a workplace leader, you have the responsibility to strive for the trust of your employees; that task comes with the territory.

    Entrepreneur (06/20/2016)

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  • Here are the cities where women in tech are most grossly underpaid

    If you're a woman in the tech industry, Atlanta might not be the best city to work in.

    Business Insider (06/18/2016)

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  • Younger women are more likely to be paid less than men in tech

    The pay gap may close with age, but women entering the tech workforce are finding themselves being paid way less than their male counterparts, a new survey by Comparably shows.

    Business Insider (06/09/2016)

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  • Comparably launches Glassdoor competitor that filters employee reviews by race and gender

    Comparably launches Glassdoor competitor that filters employee reviews by race and gender

    Comparably, the site that originally launched as a compensation data and culture platform, is officially getting into Glassdoor's territory with the launch of a company employee reviews feature. Ultimately, Comparably's goal is to provide more transparency around what it's actually like to work at certain companies.

    TechCrunch (05/23/2016)

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  • Comparably's new feature helps tech employees figure out how much equity they should get

    Comparably's new feature helps tech employees figure out how much equity they should get

    Jason Nazar set out to make work better with Comparably, and while he started with people's salary and benefits, one area that hadn't been addressed is equity people receive at their company. While this may not seem like a big deal to some, in the technology industry it can be pretty significant in determining whether someone keeps or quits their job, and it can sweeten or sour an offer.

    VentureBeat (05/12/2016)

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  • Comparably Compares Your Salary with Other People In Your Field, Anonymously

    Comparably Compares Your Salary with Other People In Your Field, Anonymously

    The first step to making sure you're being paid fairly is knowing how much your peers make, and while many sites provide some information on the topic, Comparably does so anonymously and privately. You have to hand over some general data about your job to get started, but once you're in, all is revealed.

    Lifehacker (04/03/2016)

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  • Women aren't the only ones who feel they're not paid fairly in tech

    Women aren't the only ones who feel they're not paid fairly in tech

    Comparably, the Glassdoor-like platform for self-reporting employment and compensation data, has released some data around culture at tech companies. Within a couple of weeks of launching, over 2,000 people have submitted data around what it's like working at their respective companies in tech, if they believe they're paid fairly and if they're satisfied with their equity stake. The platform allows you to sort by location, the stage of company, money raised, years worth of experience and gender.

    TechCrunch (03/29/2016)

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  • This new startup makes it easy to find out if you are getting paid more or less than your peers

    Asking someone how much they make is still a taboo question, yet it's one thing that's on everyone's mind.

    Business Insider (03/03/2016)

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  • This Company Raised $6.5 Million to Help You Find Out If You're Underpaid

    This Company Raised $6.5 Million to Help You Find Out If You're Underpaid

    Do you know if your salary is significantly lower than the industry average? Jason Nazar wants to discuss the one issue he says no one is comfortable discussing: Your salary.

    Fortune (03/03/2016)

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  • Comparably launches Glassdoor competitor for salary data

    Comparably launches Glassdoor competitor for salary data

    With $6.5 million in funding from Crosslink Capital, Upfront Ventures, 500 Startups and others, Comparably is launching a platform for employment and salary information.

    TechCrunch (03/03/2016)

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  • Comparably wants to tell you whether you're happy and paid enough at work

    Comparably wants to tell you whether you're happy and paid enough at work

    Compensation and culture. Those workplace terms are at the heart of Comparably, a Santa Monica start-up launching Thursday that aims to give people more insight into whether they're being paid appropriately and deriving enough joy from work.

    Los Angeles Times (03/03/2016)

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  • Comparably.com Launches; Brings Transparency to Work Pay and Culture

    Comparably.com Launches; Brings Transparency to Work Pay and Culture

    The Company raises $6.5M to make workplaces better & more transparent, #talkpay

    Comparably (03/03/2016)

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