On Wed, Jan 6, 2016 at 10:18 AM, Craig Franklin <cfrank...@halonetwork.net>

> While it's not hard to find a WMF employee who will privately (or
> increasingly, not-so-privately) complain of poor morale, I'd be wary of
> reading too much into submissions to sites like Glassdoor.  Employees that
> are content rarely take the time to report this, so you end up with a
> skewed sample consisting largely of the unhappy and demotivated.

Looking a bit further into Glassdoor disproves that theory.

For comparison, here are two non-profits of roughly similar size for

* NPR has an approval rating of 4.0 out of 5, based on 96 reviews, with 79%
saying they would recommend working there to a friend.[1]

* The American Enterprise Institute has an approval rating of 4.1 out of 5,
based on 53 reviews, with 89% saying they would recommend working there to
a friend.[2]

You can find approval ratings in excess of 90% on Glassdoor for some large
corporates, based on literally thousands of reviews.

[1] https://www.glassdoor.co.uk/Overview/Working-at-NPR-EI_IE3965.11,14.htm
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