The report was based on data from a survey conducted in March and April, 2018 among 400 job candidates in the United States.
Some 63% of respondents say a reputation for poor work-life balance is among the most damaging factors to a potential employer's reputation, and 61% say excessive turnover is among the most damaging factors.
Some 68% of respondents say a competitive compensation package is among the most important factors that make a potential employer attractive, and 47% say an emphasis on work-life balance is among the most important factors.
Job candidates say the top sources they use to vet a potential employer are referrals from employees (59% use them), the company website (56%), and sites like Glassdoor (38%).
Some 64% of job candidates say they feel the interview process provides a fair amount to a lot about a potential employer's company culture.
About the research: The report was based on data from a survey conducted in March and April, 2018 among 400 job candidates in the United States.
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