Why does not the HR of companies like Facebook , amazon , google ,Apple publish the below stats
- what % of employees are internally promoted to managers compared to hired from outside managers
- what % of employees were hired as outside managers while their previous job title was not manager.
- what % of employees quit before 1 yr completion of job and from which teams
- what % of employees are core computer science and electronic hw engineers compared to other fields of engineering
- what % of employees are contributing to code compared to non coding employees ( management and product managers)
- what % of employees were allowed to move between different groups without burning bridges with each other teams.
- what % of employees are happy with the salary and perks.
- what % of employees think that the interviewing process was unnecessarily completed to the day to day work they are doing
- many more such data.
Most of these companies are good at getting such data and by making this data public , candidates can Walt judge the company and not go in the promises of HR and hiring managers .
Of course they can always fake this data, but would be a good starting point for any data based arguments in the future if hired within these companies.