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Glassdoor London, England Reviews

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Employees rate London 2.5% lower than the overall average

  • Helpful (5)

    "On the cusp of greatness...but don’t expect it to be handed to you. Work hard for it."

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - PR and Corporate Affairs in London, England
    Current Employee - PR and Corporate Affairs in London, England
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Glassdoor full-time


    Depending on the role you have at Glassdoor, you can own, market, sell or develop a product which is not only highly influential but one that everyone wants to talk to you about. Pretty cool right? How often do you get to say you’re working for a business which is truly disrupting an industry? Well, Glassdoor is. And, at the very least, a job here will mean you immediately become an attractive candidate to all sorts of companies, from small start-ups right through to larger established businesses looking for someone with experience in a top-tier US-based tech company.

    After more than two years, I remain as committed as ever to the business because as well as always trying to be a loyal employee, I also believe and understand the mission. That’s of utmost importance. If you don’t believe in the mission here (or are not a good fit), you won’t last very long. This company is extremely agile and can make quick decisions if they notice something isn’t quite right. I like that.

    Personally, I work with an exceptional bunch of individuals from my senior leaders based in our San Francisco HQ to my colleagues and friends here in the London office. Our CEO is seriously impressive, authentic and transparent, will give you face time if needed and makes an effort to get to know you. In my experience, the same can also be said for our senior leaders who now come to London/Dublin on a quarterly basis.

    Perform (or try new things) and you’ll be handsomely rewarded. Hide and you’ll get found out.


    We’ve spoken and Glassdoor has listened. Both London and Dublin office spaces are being upgraded and the benefits structure is being looked at across both European teams to fit the needs of most. I think HR/senior leaders will be the first to admit that they dropped the ball in terms of setting up a competitive EMEA benefits package when we launched a few years ago, but it’s great that we’ve all had frank and open conversations about putting this right. This was a major con, but slowly we’re getting there.

    In terms of benefits, perks and office spaces, we are still some way off the likes of Facebook, LinkedIn, Expedia, AirBnB, Uber et al. And that’s okay, because we are just not there yet as a business. But, if that’s what you’re after/expecting, simply don’t apply and come back in five years. Our founders also started Expedia, so they know what they need to do to get to that level.

    Advice to Management

    The positive shift in terms of PR, sales performance and general sentiment for Glassdoor across the UK, in particular, is palpable. Continue to grow certain teams in Europe and give us the tools we need to support monetisation of the business. We want to help make Glassdoor the most high-profile and successful job site across EMEA.

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Glassdoor London, England Jobs

  • Business Development Consultant
    London, England
    6 d
  • Senior Customer Success Manager
    London, England
    29 d

Glassdoor London, England Salaries

Salaries in £ (GBP)
About £57k - £63k
About £57k - £63k

Glassdoor London, England Interviews



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    Enterprise Account Executive Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in London, England
    Declined Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Glassdoor (London, England).


    Very disappointing and poor process took 3+ weeks to schedule a call with UK Enterprise manager as they missed 2 scheduled calls, On the call, the manager was very dismissive of their team when discussing working at Glassdoor. I decided to remove my application from the process.

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