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I have been working at Glassdoor full-time (More than 3 years)
In a recent company all-hands, our CEO (Christian) presented some bold ideas that are truly exciting and innovative. It feels like we believe in something again, and want to positively disrupt the global workplace.
It seems like our leaders are not only asking a lot of questions but are actively listening to what the employees are saying and I'm optimistic to see how they respond to what they hear.
The people and managers at Glassdoor care so much. It is no surprise that one of our core values is good people because that is who we are and those are the types of people I get to work with.
These bold ideas are only as good as the execution, and this is something Glassdoor hasn't been especially strong at over the last couple of years. The product ideas sound great, but until we are using and selling them, they are just another idea or failed strategy because of poor execution.
Advice to Management
Our strategies are planned and built around almost ideal circumstances and too often we are left under-resourced as things change and obstacles arise.
Continue to care as much as you do and listen as much as you are, and hopefully, we will soon see the type of action we are all longing for.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Glassdoor (Chicago, IL (US)) in February 2020.
After I submitted the application, I received the email about the first round. The first round is easy, just 15 mins. The recruiter ask some basic question. Also she asked me if I can accept relocation. But finally I got a no- reply rejection.