When applying for jobs, you might think that you do not want to work for a company that allegedly treats its employees poorly or doesn’t pay well. On the other hand, a job is a job – if the company is hiring, you might be willing to work there. Not every employer-worker conflict makes the news. And not every labor strike includes a picket line that the public can see. So, how does a job seeker know if a company’s employees are having troubles?