LinkedIn Overview

  • www.linkedin.com
  • Sunnyvale, CA
  • 10000+ Employees
  • 2003
  • Subsidiary or Business Segment
  • Internet
  • $5 to $10 billion (USD)

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LinkedIn Reviews

4.4
88%
Recommend to a Friend
86%
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Ryan Roslansky
Ryan Roslansky
471 Ratings
5.0
Former Employee

"Good culture"

15 Apr 2021 - Sales in London, England, England

Pros

Super company culture throughout my time here.

Cons

None to note. Great place to work.
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Diversity & Inclusion at LinkedIn

4.3
(597 reviews)

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LinkedIn Interviews

Experience
Positive53%
Negative31%
Neutral15%
Getting an Interview
Applied online38%
Recruiter28%
Employee Referral24%
Difficulty
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  1. Project Manager Interview

    Anonymous Employee in United States
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview
    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at LinkedIn (United States)

    Interview

    The whole interview process took 3 months. It was a lot of waiting between interviews due to their availability and timing of when they can schedule interviews. There was no proactive communication, I had to ask for an update each step of the process.

    I applied online and 3 weeks later was contacted for a phone screen

    Phone screen: The phone screen was an hour and the recruiter was really easy to talk to. We went through my background and then they went over the role and benefits.

    Hiring Manager: This was a month after my phone screen. It was a pretty basic 45 minute zoom interview where we talked about my background and they asked me about my experience.

    Panel interview: This was 2 ½ weeks after the hiring manager interview. It lasted 2 ½ hours consisting of back to back interviews with various people with no break. One of the interviewers was rude and condescending and thought highly of herself and the other two were nice and asked various questions.. HR indicated they would attend at the beginning or end but that did not happen.

    I didn’t hear back for a few days after the final panel interview so I followed up with the recruiter to see when a decision would be made on a job offer. They responded that they were looking to finalize by end of the following week. However, the next week, I noticed they re-posted the job and I never heard back from them again. For a company in the networking/job search business, you wouldn’t expect they would ghost candidates that committed a lot of their time to the interview process. I heard from various sources and friends that LinkedIn has a reputation for not hiring people over 40. To this date, I still have not received a rejection or any kind of feedback....no form of communication .
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LinkedIn Awards & Accolades

  • Fortune 500Fortune2015
  • Glassdoor’s Employees’ Choice Award - Top 50 Large CompaniesGlassdoor2014

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