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1 English review out of 1
16 May 2020
The day to day was all positive. Cross collaboration was always painless. Always got the sense that Glassdoor operates as a unit, not as siloed departments. This is not a hyperbole: everyone I interacted with was extremely easy to work with. No politics. Just ppl getting sh*t done.
Work/Life balance is great. I never felt overworked and when life hit you, management was extremely willing to accommodate.
Benefits are pretty solid. Free healthcare for yourself and subsidized healthcare for family. Unlimited PTO that you're encouraged to use. Very nice office/working facility with free daily catered lunch, a gameroom, gym, cafeteria.
*Sigh* it pains me to write this, but...
The Glassdoor we know and love is not long for this world. Glassdoor makes most of its revenue on job ads, where it's a small player in a competitive space.
It's extremely hard to monetize what Glassdoor's core features: the reviews. The revenue from employer profiles is frankly not enough run a profitable business at the current size.
The new CEO seems powerless to the board members of Recruit (Glassdoor's holding company). He's an extremely nice guy and definitely cared about the company. But a good person doesn't always make a good CEO.
Advice to Management
Indeed and Glassdoor are sister companies, but Indeed gets all the resources. Make a greater effort to convince Recruit of Glassdoor's value to obtain more resources for the company. You can't monetize at scale if you don't have the resources
Very nice office/working facility with free daily catered lunch, a gameroom, gym, cafeteria.