After a decade in Marin County, Glassdoor is moving its global headquarters to the heart of San Francisco. The move supports our long-term growth and hiring as one of the world’s largest job and recruiting sites.
“We are thrilled to make San Francisco our new global headquarters,” said Christian Sutherland-Wong, Glassdoor President & Chief Operating Officer. “As we continue our rapid global growth, San Francisco is the ideal setting for our next chapter, as it offers even more access to top talent and cutting-edge office space to expand and achieve our mission of helping people everywhere find a job and company they love.”
Slated for Fall 2020, the move will mark an exciting new chapter as we plan to create 300 additional jobs there over the next five years in our new headquarters location. From sales to engineering, product to marketing, Glassdoor is currently hiring as we promote our mission to help people everywhere find a job and company they love.
As of today, we have localized sites and mobile apps in 18 markets around the world and recently expanded into Singapore, Hong Kong and New Zealand. Currently employing nearly 900 people around the world, we have offices in San Francisco, Mill Valley, Calif., Chicago, Canton, Ohio, London, Dublin, Sao Paulo and recently opened a Paris office. It’s no surprise that Glassdoor is hiring across all offices.
Glassdoor’s new global headquarters will be located at 300 Mission Street, currently known as 50 Beale Street. Glassdoor will initially lease four full floors with a capacity of up to 800 employees across its executive leadership, operations, engineering, product, sales, customer success, marketing, administrative and other teams. The space will feature San Francisco Bay views with design and layout to support creativity, collaboration and productivity. But don’t worry, we’re staying true to our Marin County roots and will maintain an office in Marin too!