Why does not the HR of companies like Facebook , amazon , google ,Apple publish the below stats

May 27, 2019 14 Comments

- 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.

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TOP 14 Comments
  • Amazon AbracaD
    Because employers and recruiters are not interested in competing with each other or providing you with a good candidate experience. They want fodder for the meat grinder.

    Eventually some employees build a network and move jobs based on personal recommendations, not public info.
    May 27, 2019 1
    • NIO dumd
      OP
      I have heard from many recruiters making comments that “oh we don’t hire managers from outside , we promote internally” but I can clearly see many managers job posting from that companies , looks like each recruiter have their own agenda and don’t care about the candidates career interests
      May 27, 2019
  • Amazon MsSanchez
    At Amazon many of these “satisfaction” stats are indeed published internationally as part of the yearly tech survey
    May 27, 2019 4
    • NIO dumd
      OP
      If they have published this data we can argue with the recruiter based on this data for a better job offer
      May 27, 2019
    • Amazon MsSanchez
      Published for everyone at Amazon to see.
      May 27, 2019
  • Accenture bindok
    That would trigger chaos in terms of employee retention as external hires always gets more benefit than the promoted once. Wish it was other way around
    May 27, 2019 2
    • Cisco oh no!
      Yeah it’s cause management thinks it’s easier to retain than grow.. it will bite them in the ass come time when the talent has had enough and bounces
      May 27, 2019
    • Accenture bindok
      Evv... Just visualized something is biting them in the ass 🤣
      May 27, 2019
  • Facebook public2
    Because there are no pros and all cons?
    May 27, 2019 0
  • Google poizxc
    Why would they? Weighting the pros and cons, do you think it's beneficial to companies?
    All companies have most of those answers , but they keep it private, and try to improve the number to the companies benefit. Not to be shared publicly
    May 27, 2019 1
    • NIO dumd
      OP
      To spend time and effort for google interview process , we need to know this info
      May 27, 2019
  • JOANY / Mgmt e^(iπ)+1=0
    AFAIK question 2, what % of employees are hired as managers that weren't previously managers -- I'm pretty sure at FAANG that number is VERY close to 0. I've been a manager for 3 years and have two management offers from decent (but not FAANG level) big public tech companies. Google is willing to pay A LOT more than them (they're the highest offer). But they will not even LET me interview for M1.
    May 27, 2019 0

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