Press Center

Welcome to Glassdoor’s Press Center! Our press center features many of the resources journalists and writers around the world can take advantage of to help tell their stories. In addition to recent and past reports, lists and surveys Glassdoor has published, you’ll also find recent media coverage. If you’re a journalist or writer working on a story and think we might be able to help you, we hope to hear from you.

In the Spotlight

  • November 12, 2015

    Kristina Leslie Joins Glassdoor Board of Directors

    Glassdoor has named Kristina Leslie to its board of directors and as chair of the audit committee, overseeing the company’s financial reporting and disclosure processes. Kristina brings more than 15 years of experience serving as a board and audit committee member of publicly traded companies, private entities and non-profits, including Blue Shield of California and Orbitz (prior to its acquisition by Expedia). She spent three years as CFO of DreamWorks Animation and before that, she was CFO of DreamWorks LLC where she oversaw the reorganization of the company in preparation for its initial public offering. Read more in our press release.

  • November 9, 2015

    Glassdoor Launches in Switzerland, Austria and Belgium

    Glassdoor has expanded its global footprint, launching localized sites and mobile apps in three new countries: Switzerland, Austria and Belgium. This comes as Glassdoor recently launched a localized Irish site and surpassed 10 million employee-provided reviews, ratings, salary reports and other workplace insights for more than 445,000 companies. Learn more about our global growth in our press release and blog.

  • October 29, 2015

    Glassdoor Economic Research Finds Difficult Interviews Lead to More Satisfied Employees

    Glassdoor Economic Research has unveiled a new report showing that difficult interviews lead to more satisfied employees later on. Based on more than 150,000 pairs of interview and company reviews shared on Glassdoor from the same individual at the same company, on average, a 10 percent increase in interview difficulty leads to a 2.6 percent bump in employee satisfaction later on. This finding is consistent for employees in the six countries we examined in North America and Europe. Learn more in the full study and on the Glassdoor for Employers blog.

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