The list that no employer wants to be on, the "Glassdoor Worst Companies To Work For" list.
In today's internet age no company can escape criticism or bad reviews, there are just no corners to hide anymore and with the rise and importance of Glassdoor it has become impossible.
The good thing however about Glassdoor is that it does give employers the chance to respond to the reviews they get from employees and seek to improve. Never before have employees been given a platform to sing the praises or vent the frustrations of a company but I personally feel this is a very good thing and will only drive companies to want to do better.
Without further a-do here is the list of the top 10 published by the Telegraph.
The Financial Ombudsman, Laura Ashley and Ladbrokes are some of the worst companies to work for in the UK, according to employee ratings on the job site Glassdoor. The website holds a database of millions of company reviews curated by those who know the company best — their employees. The Telegraph browsed dozens of company profiles on the platform and randomly selected 10 that had a rating of 2.6/5 or less - the average overall rating across the site is 3.3/5. These are not the 10 worst rated firms on the site, but a randomly selected sample, and in no particular order.