Glassdoor is the fastest growing website for jobs and recruitment, specialising in peer reviews
Glassdoor is the fastest growing website for jobs and recruitment.
Glassdoor currently boasts a growing database made up of more than 8 million company reviews, CEO approval ratings, salary reports, interview reviews and questions, benefits reviews, office photos and more.Unlike other jobs sites, all of this information relating to jobs is shared with complete transparity by those who know best what it's really like to work for a company — the employees. In addition to this, Glassdoor lists millions of the latest job vacancies. No other website allows candidates to see which employers are hiring, along with information that is usually difficult to obtain prior to working there, such as their interview process, potential remuneration packages and an honest insight into what it's really like to work there according to employees.Glassdoor is also available via its mobile app on iOS and Android platforms.
For employers, Glassdoor offers effective recruiting and branding solutions.Glassdoor help more than 2,000 clients and partners promote their brand to candidates that may be researching them with the intention of applying for a job, as well as to candidates that may not even be aware of them. The quality of candidates Glassdoor attracts is what differentiates them from other channels of recruitment, as well as their influence on candidates' decisions at the stage when they are researching jobs and companies.
Glassdoor is headquartered in Mill Valley, California and was founded by Robert Hohman, Rich Barton and Tim Besse in 2007.