Sonja Perry

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Sonja Perry sonja-perrySonja Perry is Product Manager of Glassdoor Germany.

She has been with 2014 at Glassdoor in San Francisco since September as Product Manager for Gassdoor.de and the German-language apps. Born in Stuttgart, she has been living in California since 2005. Inter alia, she worked as an interpreter for various Silicon Valley companies until joining Glassdoor. Most recently, as senior project manager at LUZ, Inc., she was responsible for implementing process optimization, risk management and quality control.

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Job Search & Recruiting {HR magazine}

Gender Pay Gap - Wage Injustice discourages applicants: ignorance offends professionals

The adjusted gender pay amounts to about 7 percent of the income. Nevertheless, 7 of 10 employees assume that women are compensated in their companies for the same work as men. A recent Glassdoor study examines further details on the perception of the salary gap, including the impact on recruitment. Read more





Job Search & Recruiting {HR magazine}

Hurdles in job interviews increase employee satisfaction: It must not be too easy to apply

To what extent is it useful to ask for a candidate in the interview? A recent Glassdoor study shows that employees who are hired after a more difficult job interview are obviously more satisfied with their work later. Read more

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