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21 May 2019

Pros

Glassdoor UK and EMEA in general is still small - sub 100 people. We celebrate successes and there is a feeling of a close-knit team. Relaxed working environment and pay is good. Over the years Glassdoor has been slowly investing in core benefits like health insurance and pension. We work with some of the largest and most exciting brands in the world, and we truly are providing a service that helps people make better decisions - Glassdoor's mission is strong and people believe in what we do, which comes across in how we do business with clients. International expansion is the biggest investment for the company, and being in EMEA is exciting. Senior leadership in the US is accessible and bright.

Cons

Very hierarchical structure in EMEA, especially in sales - there are Manager, Director, Sr Director and VP levels in place, yet the org is tiny in number of employees as of now. Several of these leadership hires were made externally, without the roles being posted internally to provide opportunity to grow despite this being a widely discussed pain point for employees. ~90% of the senior leadership team in EMEA is male (Director & above). Politics, lack of straightforward communication are becoming the norm, and we're too small for that. After over 5 years of operating in the UK, Glassdoor continues not to have clear career progression in sales, assuming sales people want to be sales people for the rest of their lives. Lastly, there is no competitive maternity policy in place - 6 weeks partially paid leave followed by statutory pay. This does not attract strong female talent or incentivize it to stay.

Advice to Management

Think about who sits at the EMEA leadership table and whose voices and input shape the future of Glassdoor EMEA. We're at a critical place in our growth, moving from a small chaotic startup to a grown up business making a difference in the industry. Millions of candidates and our clients come to us daily to understand what the gold standard for employee experience is - let's lead by example and create a workplace that reflects what we tell other brands each day. Embrace transparency again, put in place a comprehensive parental leave policy and diversify the voices around the table by allowing people to grow and develop from within the company.

Over the years Glassdoor has been slowly investing in core benefits like health insurance and pension.

21 May 2019

Reviewed by: Sales in London, England, England (Current Employee)

1 March 2021

Pros

really friendly place to work with a great team, great perks like snacks, pension and healthcare

Cons

Some management can be quick micro mangement style

really friendly place to work with a great team, great perks like snacks, pension and healthcare

1 March 2021

Reviewed by: Anonymous in Dublin, Dublin (Anonymous Employee)

2 English reviews out of 2

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