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Je travaille chez Glassdoor à plein temps (Plus de 3 ans)
Although a lot has changed this year and it has been and will be a huge challenge, there are still positives at Glassdoor.
For my role I feel I am paid fairly and when we had a physical office in Dublin, I felt we were well taken care of in terms of the usual perks (office snacks, team nights out etc). Hopefully the company will find a way to continue that while we work from home for the foreseeable due to COVID-19.
In the past I always felt that career opportunities were great at the company - I am unsure if this will continue, but hope it will.
At the moment I feel that management and leadership are listening to what we have to say, and our opinions are being taken on board.
Working from home has been great and the flexibility that the company has always shown in terms of time off is a huge positive. I am hoping we can continue to work from home on a permanent basis but that is still TBC.
Overall I am still happy to be working for Glassdoor but there are huge challenges ahead.
Let's be honest, the slashing of around 55 jobs in Dublin and 300 globally was handled terribly. It felt like a house we had been building for years had just been hit by a bomb.
The announcement was handled badly. We have preached transparency for years and at the moment when we needed it most, leadership failed.
The reviews on this page from Dublin pre-March 2020 are now worthless as this is no longer the same company. It is a similar company, but definitely not the same one I have worked in for 4 years .
The reorganisation has been a bit of a mess and I think it will be the same for the next 6-9 months. - I guess that is to be expected with such a large change in strategy.
Unfortunately with the recent changes, we now have no high level leadership on the ground in EMEA and we have gone back to being led by the US. This did not work in the past, and it wont work going forward. We need someone with overall responsibility for the region to be actually in the region to deal with issues if / when they arise.
With the reorganisation, the jobs we were previously doing have changed significantly, and to be honest a lot of us feel like we have been demoted (despite the company message that we have not).
Conseils à la direction
If you are preaching transparency, act on it! The new strategy going forward has to include openness on decisions regarding the company's future.
Stop treating EMEA as an afterthought and get a leader in the region to provide direction!
Allow people who want to work remotely to do so on a permanent basis.
J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris 3 semaines. J'ai passé un entretien à Glassdoor (Dublin, Dublin (Irlande)) en janvier 2019.
The interview process was really smooth and enjoyable.
I applied on Glassdoor and received an email 2 days after for a call with someone from HR.
After this screening, I had a skype interview with a manager, followed with an assignment to be done from work and then onsite interviews where I got the chance to speak with 4 different people. Last step was a skype interview with a manager from the USA.
Overall, really pleasant interview process, everyone was really nice and I enjoyed it a lot.
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