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I have been working at Glassdoor full-time (More than a year)
Huge market opportunity, strong & passionate teammates & transparent leadership. Honestly, I'm not sure I've worked for a better company anywhere else. I am genuinely excited to come to work and see my colleagues, and work together to build on the opportunities here in EMEA.
The overall team is very supportive and there is very little pettiness which is pretty rare in a Sales environment.
Don't hold back addressing negativity across teams. As we grow quickly, we need to remember to stay positive and focused on the longer term goals.
Advice to Management
As we continue our hyper growth across EMEA, it's important to remember where we came from as a company. I understand our culture will evolve, but remember to continue the transparency and company mission that made our brand what it is today.
I applied online. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at Glassdoor (London, England (UK)).
I was initially interviewed by a very friendly man working in HR. Then I had too many interviews with too many different people to count. After a 1.5 month process, the final answer to my application was negative.
Everybody was polite and seemed to know what they were talking about.
But come on. At least 7 interviews spread out on 1.5 month, to finally hear a big NO. Really? Does a company need to interview you 7 times for 1.5 month to realise you're not the right fit?
I feel like I lost my time, time I could have used to try to get hired somewhere else.
It's ironic that a company specializing in company/interview reviews doesn't take the time to analyse their own process and realise that you don't need 1,5 month to know if a candidate is good enough for the job.