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- Senior Management
I have been working at Glassdoor full-time (More than 3 years)
I truly love this company. There is a great culture and I love everyone from the CEO, to my VP, to the people who site next to me everyday at the office. The company treats us so well as employees that sometimes I feel guilty lol. On the other hand, it makes me really appreciate my job and motivates me to bust my but to do a great job in return. Great culture, great benefits, great work/life balance and work from home option (within reason), and a great team of people. It's amazing to me looking back on how far this company has come in the 3 short years I've worked here. We have tons of fun and work really hard. There is a sea of growth potential here both personally and professionally- from round table discussions, to on line learning, to leadership workshops. Glassdoor lives their mission.
The pace at which things change can seem rattling at times, but that's start up life. On the other hand, it's really cool to be a part of figuring it all out and building processes. I've also learned how to be more adaptable as a human being and manager as a result.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you're doing. And remember there are just some people who will never be happy or satisfied no matter what you do. From me personally, thank you for everything you do for us!
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Glassdoor (Uniontown, OH (US)) in August 2019.
The entire process took a little over two weeks. From the initial phone interview to the final interview everyone I spoke to was professional, knowledgeable and pleasant. Everything was very organized and was the absolute, most positive experience I've had with recruiting at any company. There was a second call with the hiring manager. This one is key. You discuss the job and your background thoroughly enough that by the time you have an in person interview you are confident the job is a great fit. This third interview was with 5 individuals and included team members and levels of management. This interview of course discussed your background and skills even further but it also let both sides determine if it would be a good culture fit.