Glassdoor is a provider of a recruiting platform. It offers job seekers access to information on companies shared by employees, including job listings, a database of company reviews, CEO approval ratings, salary reports, interview reviews and questions, benefits reviews, and office photos. Glassdoor also helps employers across various industries and sizes recruit and hire candidates.

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Parent CompanyRecruit
HQMill Valley, CA, US
Cybersecurity ratingCMore
Glassdoor was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in Mill Valley, CA, US

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Key People/Management at Glassdoor

Robert Hohman

Robert Hohman

Co-Founder and Chairman
Christian Sutherland-Wong

Christian Sutherland-Wong

Chief Executive Officer
Kate Ahlering

Kate Ahlering

Chief Sales Officer
Ryan Aylward

Ryan Aylward

Senior Vice President of Engineering and Chief Technology Officer
Adrian Kaplan

Adrian Kaplan

Chief Marketing Officer and GM of International
Anthony Moisant

Anthony Moisant

Senior Vice President of Information Technology and Chief Information Officer
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Glassdoor Office Locations

Glassdoor has offices in Mill Valley, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco and in 6 other locations
Mill Valley, CA, US (HQ)
100 Shoreline Hwy
Chicago, IL, US
1330 W Fulton Market
Chicago, IL, US
1330 W Fulton Market #600
Los Angeles, CA, US
818 W 7th St
San Francisco, CA, US
353 Sacramento St, San Francisco
Uniontown, OH, US
1485 Corporate Woods Pkwy
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Glassdoor Financials and Metrics

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$204.5 m


In total, Glassdoor had raised $204.5 m. Glassdoor is a subsidiary of Recruit

Glassdoor Revenue

Glassdoor's revenue was reported to be $170.8 m in FY, 2017 which is a 36.4% increase from the previous period.
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Glassdoor Operating Metrics

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Company Reviews

10 m35 m38 m40 m42 m49 m55 m

Job Listings

12 m



Monthly Unique Users

33 m41 m45 m50 m59 m55 m67 m60 m60 m
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Glassdoor Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
Love MondaysSeptember 09, 2016
JobitorialJuly 31, 2009

Glassdoor Cybersecurity Score

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Glassdoor News and Updates


Glassdoor Is The ‘Most Preferred’ Job Search Experience

One of the most important things for a job seeker is to find the right job with as little stress and time spent as possible. Now, finding a job that fits your life has never been easier. Glassdoor gives job seekers all the jobs and all the information in one place. As the #2 job site in the U.S., G…

LGBTQ+ employees are less satisfied at work, a new report from Glassdoor shows

Despite promises of building more equitable workplaces, the newest Diversity and Inclusion report from Glassdoor shows the reality is still far off — especially for LGBTQ+ employees who report less satisfaction at work. Why it matters: Companies have been on a hiring frenzy for chief diversity offic…

Glassdoor now lets you filter company reviews by demographics

Despite efforts from companies to create equitable environments, it’s clear that employees of a certain demographics, like Black women, sometimes have very different experiences from their counterparts. Glassdoor aims to better surface those experiences through a new feature that allows folks to fil…

We analyzed 11 years of Glassdoor employee rankings to determine the best companies to work for. The top 20 include grocery chains, tech giants, and airlines.

Summary List PlacementIf you're in the middle of job searching at the start of the new year, you may want to think about not just what a potential new position entails, but also if the company you're targeting has strong leadership and a welcoming culture. And if you're like a lot of people, you t…

PostcardMania Named #13 Best Place to Work in the USA by Glassdoor

CLEARWATER, Fla., Jan. 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- PostcardMania, a 292-employee company based in Clearwater, FL, has been honored with a Glassdoor Employees' Choice Award, ranking 13th out of 50 in the nationwide small and medium company category, recognizing the Best Places to Work in 2021....

Forrester Honored As One Of The Best Places To Work In 2021, A Glassdoor Employees' Choice Award Winner

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Jan. 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- For the fourth time in five years, Forrester (Nasdaq: FORR) has been honored with a Glassdoor Employees' Choice Award, recognizing the Best Places to Work in 2021. The Employees' Choice Award is based solely on the input of employees who...
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Glassdoor Blogs

The Why Behind Glassdoor Review Moderation Process

How does Glassdoor manage and moderate reviews? Here's everything you need to know from clear guidelines to how to flag a review. Glassdoor strives to be the most trusted and transparent place for today's candidate to search for jobs and research companies. Our purpose - which is really two sides o…

Must Ask Interview Questions When Hiring Content Creators

This month's must-ask interview questions focus on what to ask when hiring writers. In a world ablaze with content, companies need talented writers to fuel their websites, instructional manuals, blogs, social media feeds and more. When bringing new writers on board, what questions should companies …

How to Get Employees to Actually Take Vacation

A vacation? What's that? While the pandemic disrupted our ability to take vacation in 202, in 2019, more than half of American workers didn't use all of their paid vacation days. In comparison, workers in France, Germany and Scandinavia routinely take six weeks off per year. Several studies show th…

7 Ways to Support Employee Growth and Professional Development

Employee retention is one of the biggest threats to businesses throughout the country. The tide has shifted in recent years, and the employees now have more power than ever in their relationships with employers. In fact, 65 percent of workers believe they can leverage this control to their advantag…

How Glassdoor & Other Companies Celebrate Pride Virtually

Pride month takes place every June to commemorate the Stonewall riots, which occurred at the end of June 1969. The Stonewall riots, also known as the Stonewall uprising, are widely considered to constitute the most critical event that led to the gay liberation movement and the modern fight for LGBT…

6 Must-Ask Interview Questions for New Grads & Interns

As graduation nears, and freshly minted college degrees are readying new candidates for the market, employers and recruiters assess how they can best leverage this new talent. Asking the right interview questions is integral in the process of unearthing suitable talent for specific roles and compan…
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Glassdoor Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Glassdoor founded?

    Glassdoor was founded in 2007.

  • Who are Glassdoor key executives?

    Glassdoor's key executives are Robert Hohman, Christian Sutherland-Wong and Kate Ahlering.

  • How many employees does Glassdoor have?

    Glassdoor has 1,027 employees.

  • What is Glassdoor revenue?

    Latest Glassdoor annual revenue is $170.8 m.

  • What is Glassdoor revenue per employee?

    Latest Glassdoor revenue per employee is $166.3 k.

  • Who are Glassdoor competitors?

    Competitors of Glassdoor include Eastridge Workforce Solutions, PeopleScout and StepStone.

  • Where is Glassdoor headquarters?

    Glassdoor headquarters is located at 100 Shoreline Hwy, Mill Valley.

  • Where are Glassdoor offices?

    Glassdoor has offices in Mill Valley, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco and in 6 other locations.

  • How many offices does Glassdoor have?

    Glassdoor has 13 offices.