LinkedIn Overview

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

CompetitorsNew Work SE, Monster Worldwide
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LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network, with nearly 756+ million members in over 200 countries and territories around the world. LinkedIn was built to help professionals achieve more in their careers, and every day our members use our products to make connections, ...
Mission: Our mission is to create economic opportunity for every member of the global workforce and this vision connects our more than 16,000 employees in dozens of offices across five continents. It inspires us to invest in our talent, support career growth, and nurture a workplace ...

LinkedIn Reviews

4.4
90%
Recommend to a Friend
89%
Approve of CEO
Ryan Roslansky
Ryan Roslansky
662 Ratings
5.0
Current Employee, more than 1 year

"Excellent"

Dec 2, 2021 - Account Executive in Dublin, Dublin
Recommends
Positive Outlook
No Opinion of CEO

Pros

It is excellent to work at LinkedIn, from salary to work-life balance and all the perkups. Also the culture at LinkedIn is outstanding, you can really build a network and get to know people as the

Cons

Company did let go some employees in July 2020 because of a restructuration. I think that did let a bittersweet flavour to employees and uncertainty about what would happen if company is suddenly
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Diversity & Inclusion at LinkedIn

4.3
(852 reviews)

Diversity Programs & Initiatives

Our vision of creating economic opportunity for every member of the global workforce connects and motivates all of us at LinkedIn. As we work to fully realize diversity, inclusion and belonging in our workforce and with our members and customers, we get closer to achieving our highest aspiration

Diversity & Inclusion FAQs

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Does there seem to be diversity at LinkedIn?

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LinkedIn Interviews

Experience
Positive54%
Negative31%
Neutral15%
Getting an Interview
Applied online39%
Recruiter28%
Employee Referral23%
Difficulty
3.0
Average
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  1. Senior Malware Analyst Interview

    Anonymous Employee in United States
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Interview

    Initial phone screen with recruiter to guage interest, skills, and culture fit. Second interview was a two-person panel with the team manager and one of the senior team members.

    After the two-person panel, I had a call with a different recruiter who apparently took over the hiring process. She briefed me on what the next step would be and gave me details and examples of what people in each part of the four-session panel interview might ask, which I thought was really strange. It later turned out that the information she provided was partially incorrect, and I'm not sure whether she was purposefully trying to mislead me or did not understand the process for the role.

    The next step, and final for me, was a four-session interview, most of which were with two team members, where each phase targeted a different aspect of the role. One was related to malware analysis and reverse engineering, another was quickly writing a short (<250 word) intelligence assessment & attribution on a prompted real-world adversary campaign, the third was a cultural/personality fit, and the final gauged analytical skills through scenarios for various open-ended questions.

    I actually really enjoyed the whole interview process and all of the team members who conducted the interviews; however, the recruiter completely ghosted me aftwards which is totally unprofessional and I think speaks volumes about the company. I followed-up twice with the recruiter and they never responded. At least have the decency to tell me you're not moving forward.
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LinkedIn Awards & Accolades

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

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LinkedIn FAQ

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Does LinkedIn offer massages?

...benefits, perks, free breakfast and lunch...

October 29, 2021

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