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Whether you're looking for a new job or you're completely satisfied where you are - your work matters - and we want you to have all the information you need to make the most of your career. So we're here to give you an inside look at any job or company. Anonymous salaries, company reviews, interview questions, workplace photos, and much more - all posted by people on the inside, and all for free!Join Now (It's Free!)
How do I see all salaries, reviews, or interview questions?
Glassdoor is completely free - there are no subscriptions or data fees. Instead we ask you to post information of your own to get access to everything posted by the Glassdoor community. We call this our "give-to-get" model and it's our way of ensuring we have enough information to offer the community.
We think it seems pretty fair – it only takes a minute to post one of the following (your anonymous salary, company review, interview experience) and you'll then get access to thousands posted by our community. Or if you're not ready to post, simply create a Basic account to get access to everything for0 days.
How can this really be anonymous?
At Glassdoor, we pride ourselves on protecting the anonymity of our users. That means when you're posting a review, we don't require you to tell us your job title or location (i.e., your review can be from "anonymous") and we will never display any personal information with your salary. The only personal information we do require is your email (i.e. no name, no address, etc.) to make sure you're a real person. If you are among the first to post a salary for your job title and company, we will automatically add and/or subtract a small amount from the salary you post to maintain anonymity while minimizing the difference from the actual salary. Glassdoor will display all job details information you contribute, alongside a salary band for your role. Your exact salary will never be shown.
How do you know the posts are really from employees?
Because all of our salaries and reviews are anonymous, we require all our users to verify their account via email before any of their posts are shared with the community. This verification allows us to put measures in place to identify any suspicious users or posts (even if those cases are the exception rather than the rule). These measures, combined with an active employee community and our commitment to review every post before it appears on the site, allow us to have the confidence that our information is really from employees. See for yourself, read a few reviews and you'll see that those insights can only come from those on the inside.