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New website to rate your boss

NORTH Coasters haven't yet taken up an opportunity for Australian workers to anonymously bag their bosses and criticise their companies on a new website.

But a growing number of workers from other areas, especially capital cities, have begun doing so on the new privately-funded website.

WorkplaceFit describes itself as an employer review website, providing past and present employees the opportunity to voice anonymous opinions and ratings, based on real life experiences.

Ultimately, the site is intended to be a source for future employees to find out about the current culture and employee benefits at a workplace they may be looking to move to.

See the full story in tomorrow's Northern Star.

Topics:  health, safety, workplace




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