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About Glassdoor for Employers
Glassdoor is a jobs and recruiting marketplace that’s changing the way people find jobs, and companies recruit top talent. Founded in 2007 and headquartered in Mill Valley, California, Glassdoor has over 30 million members, and content and jobs from nearly every country on Earth.
Glassdoor’s mission is to be the most transparent jobs and recruiting marketplace in the world; combining free and anonymous reviews, company and CEO ratings, and salary content alongside job listings, Glassdoor attracts high-quality, discerning job seekers and answers — on the front end — the critical questions that arise during the job search, application, interview, and negotiation phases of employment. Employers can sign up for a free account and post free listings, but Glassdoor offers paid, robust branding and engagement tools that let recruiters reach highly-qualified job seekers at the right place and right time. Furthermore, a paid account unlocks powerful analytics that let you track your company’s positioning and performance in the jobs marketplace versus your competition — there are even options to post paid advertisements for your openings on your competitors’ profiles. You’ll also be able to respond to any negative reviews you might receive.
Glassdoor is a natural choice for recruiters seeking top talent, but it’s an especially good fit for software companies, engineering firms, finance, or any other industry where top talent is in short supply, as it provides a competitive advantage few similar services can match.
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(Last updated on 06/17/2016 by Jonathan Ward)