PARIS, FRANCE (March 19, 2019) - Glassdoor, one of the world's largest job and recruiting sites, has announced today that it has opened its first office in France, representing its third European office location. The office is located in the heart of the Eighth Arrondissement at rue du Colisée.
In the midst of the information revolution, companies have more data at their fingertips than ever before. But that data doesn't mean much if there aren't people who can interpret it and strategically act on it. That's where Business Operations, or BizOps, comes in.
Today, Glassdoor celebrates a decade since we first introduced transparency to the world of work. When we first launched in 2008, we never could have imagined how much we have transformed how people search for jobs and how companies recruit.
Today we're announcing an exciting new chapter in Glassdoor's history. On behalf of my fellow co-founders, senior executive team and Board, we are pleased to announce that Glassdoor has entered an agreement to become part of Recruit Holdings and their HR technology segment.
MILL VALLEY, Calif. (Feb. 21, 2018) - , one of the world's largest job and recruiting sites, today announced James (Jim) S. Cox has joined the company as Chief Financial Officer. Cox, with experience leading rapidly growing companies, will be responsible for Glassdoor's financial operations and strategy to support the company's global business.
Thank you to the New Yorker for such an in depth article on Glassdoor!
One day in 2007, in Seattle, Rich Barton, the C.E.O. of the real-estate Web site Zillow, was getting ready for the company's annual reviews. The process-talking to each employee about his or her performance and whether he or she would be getting a raise-called for discretion and tact.