I'm blogging all day about www.Glassdoor.com, a site which lets users review their companies and CEO's anonymously.
One of the challenges of the web site is that users are anonymous and don't have to prove what they make or whom they work for. Users do have to provide Glassdoor with an email address, but it's unlikely most employees would provide their work email. Believe me, if I'm going to review CNBC, I won't be using my NBC email. But, as CEO Robert Hohman explained in an earlier post, the site tries to weed out fishy reviews.
The site is also releasing today to CNBC some new data on how users feel about job security and pay:
57 percent expect a bonus for the year just ended! About half of that number expect the bonus will be bigger than the year before!
40 percent expect a raise this year!
On the other hand...
52 percent say they are working harder to avoid being laid off.
23 percent say their companies are laying off employees.
15 percent say their companies have told them to expect layoffs.