"Glassdoor takes very good care of its employees. Free lunch daily, plenty of snacks everywhere, a gym, yoga classes and boot camps. I was laid off at the beginning of the pandemic and they paid for my health benefits for the remainder of the year. Very generous."
"Glassdoor has a phenomenal culture and a lot of talented folks working there. They've been hit hard by COVID, like many other organization, but they were a great company to start with out of school."
"It is a great company. And I learned a lot from my internship experience."
"I’ve worked for Glassdoor for about two years and have found it to be an innovative forward thinking place with opportunity to grow. Truly a unique place and leader in the world of employer brand and recruitment."
"I've worked for Glassdoor for about two years. In that time I have seen my entire team of original coworkers leave the business. I've tried to remain optimistic in regards to changes that were promised to be incoming, but have neared the end of the road personally for entertaining the idea that things will indeed get better. I would advise others in the CS field to look elsewhere for employment."
"Great company with awesome, collaborative individuals."
"I’ve been working here for just shy of a year. You get experience working with international customers right out the gate. As an international business major, the experience has been great. Good money built into your backlog if you can hit the ground running. Some months have been absolutely crazy with commission earnings, while other months are so-so. When those crazy good months come there is no feeling like it. Good overhaul of management team which improved relations and the environment."
"Glassdoor wants to believe it treats its staff like a family, but it is incredibly dysfunctional. In the beginning, they seem to treat their employees well, but then arbitrarily eliminate their roles or let them go for no good reason. I have seen it happen many times. Also, their strategy changes so often that there is no true job security or opportunity for advancement. The management team is inexperienced and immature and often make decisions that lack real thought or analysis. Glassdoor's product team lacks innovation. They merely copy the market leaders - like Indeed and TripAdvisor. Good people are being let go, and a lot of other good people are leaving. Glassdoor is not managing its growth well, and the "family" is falling apart. *wrote a similar review on Glassdoor, but (surprise) they did not post it."
"A startup that has both the negatives of a large and small company"
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"The founders brought the bureaucracy and micromanagement learned at Expedia. Stock packages suck. Founders talk about retiring if the company becomes successful. The rest of the employees will be getting much less than they think. Nothing close to retirement money. Without any hope of a big payday, there is no incentive to do a great job."
Glassdoor.com has an overall rating of 4.1 Average Rating out of 5, based on over 8 Glassdoor.com Review Ratings left anonymously by Glassdoor.com employees, which is 5% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. 100% of employees would recommend working at Glassdoor.com.
Glassdoor.com employees earn $79,500 annually on average, or $38 per hour, which is 20% higher than the national salary average of $66,000 per year. 8 Glassdoor.com employees have shared their salaries on CareerBliss. Find Glassdoor.com Salaries by Job Title.
100% of employees would recommend working at Glassdoor.com with the overall rating of 4.1 out of 5. Employees also rated Glassdoor.com 4.3 out of 5 for Company Culture, 3.9 for Rewards You Receive, 3.9 for Growth Opportunities and 3.9 for support you get.
According to our data, the highest paying job at Glassdoor.com is a Senior Account Executive at $200,000 annually. Browse Glassdoor.com Salaries by Job Profile.
According to our data, the lowest paying job at Glassdoor.com is a Sales Development Representative at $50,000 annually. Browse Glassdoor.com Salaries by Job Profile.
According to reviews on CareerBliss, employees commonly rated the pros of working at Glassdoor.com to be Company Culture, Growth Opportunities, People You Work With and Person You Work For, and no cons.
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