What sets Glassdoor apart from other job boards is its company reviews and ratings feature. It allows former employees to anonymously write reviews on their former company’s management and culture for job seekers to read.
Glassdoor is a job board as well as a company review site. Since its partnership with Indeed, employers can no longer post jobs directly on Glassdoor but go through Indeed.com instead. Paid job posts on Indeed are displayed on both Indeed and Glassdoor.
If you want to post a job on Glassdoor, you have to do it through Indeed.com, Glassdoor’s sister company. Jobs you pay to post on Indeed will also appear on Glassdoor. If you want to create a company profile on Glassdoor, all you have to do is click the Sign Up button at the top right-hand corner of Glassdoor’s employer page and create an account.
Glassdoor has a help center with several self-serve articles for companies to get started. If further help is needed, customers can reach out to Glassdoor’s support team by filling out a form online.
Glassdoor integrates with several applicant tracking systems (ATS) with whom they have a partnership. Contact Glassdoor’s team to find out if your ATS is compatible.
Glassdoor has 3 plans, Free, Standard, and Select. Customers can sign up for the Free plan at any time. The pricing of the Standard and Select plans aren’t listed on Glassdoor’s website and are only accessed by contacting the sales team.