Glassdoor is an Internet portal that helps applicants find and share information about companies, including reviews, salary information, and interview questions.
Glassdoor is a private company. Christian Sutherland-Wong is the CEO of Glassdoor and has a approval rating of 82 members. T. Rowe Price, Battery Ventures and Google Capital are among the investors in Glassdoor. The last acquisition of Glassdoor was Love Mondays Ltd for an undisclosed amount in September 2016. Glassdoor has 18,664 followers.
Glassdoor’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Glassdoor top competitors include: LinkedIn, Comparably, ZipRecruiter, Hired, PayScale, CareerBuilder, Dice, Monster, Craigslist, Microsoft and Google.
Together they raised over 2.9B between their estimated 313.2K employees. Glassdoor’s revenue took 8th place among its top 10 competitors. Among the top 10 competitors, 26.2B on average. Glassdoor has 950 employees and ranks 7th among the top 10 competitors. Among the 10 best competitors, 24,597 employees on average.
Headquarters: 100 Shoreline Highway Building A Mill Valley, California 94941
LinkedIn is one of the main competitors of Glassdoor. LinkedIn is a private company, which was founded in Sunnyvale, California in 2003. LinkedIn works in the field of data processing services. LinkedIn employs 15,050 more people than Glassdoor.
Comparably perceived as one of Glassdoor’s biggest competitors. Comparatively founded in 2015 in Santa Monica, California. Comparatively works in the field of business support services. Comparatively brings in 161 million dollars less than Glassdoor.
ZipRecruiter is a leading competitor of Glassdoor. Headquartered in Santa Monica, California, ZipRecruiter was founded in 2010. ZipRecruiter is a competitor in the field of employment agencies. ZipRecruiter generates 120% of the revenue of Glassdoor.