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Employees rate Dublin 6.9% lower than the overall average
I have been working at Glassdoor full-time (Less than a year)
I started working at Glassdoor recently and I couldn't be happier with my decision.
The Dublin office isn't too big yet, which I prefer, and everyone working here brings good vibes. Glassdoor is expanding their EMEA presence, so expect a very fast paced environment, a challenging job and constant learning. Also, be prepared to contribute as an individual to grow the market as well as make Glassdoor Dublin a greater place to work. We're building something big in here!
Improve benefits - while they are not bad, these can be improved. I suppose as we get bigger this won't be a con anymore.
Advice to Management
Since the new management team started, there have been a lot of improvements in communication and collaboration between teams. Please keep this up and never stop listening to your employees.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Glassdoor (Dublin, Co. Dublin (Ireland)) in April 2018.
The process kicked off with a quick screening call with the recruiter- really friendly, a quick chat through my experience and a general chat to get a feel for cultural fit. This was followed by 4 x 30 minute interviews with various members of the enablement team. Most conversations involved a quick chat through my experience, some competency based questions and plenty of opportunities to ask questions.
I then had to prepare a powerpoint presentation based on 3 scenarios provided (I had plenty of time to prepare) followed by 3 x 30 minute final interviews. The presentation again was really friendly, they wanted to see how I thought and approached problems, rather than get hung up on the 'right answer'
The whole process was really really friendly- I never felt like my interviewers were trying to catch me out. They wanted to create an environment for me that allowed me to show my full potential without feeling overly pressured or nervous. Overall it was a really great process, it could probably be streamlined slightly, but I genuinely enjoyed every step. They were also really responsive at every stage ( I generally got a response to let me know if I'd progressed to the next stage within a few hours of the interview). A huge thanks to James, the US based recruiter, for making the whole process so fun and reassuring.