Glassdoor has a consumer rating of 1.33 stars from 219 reviews indicating that most consumers are generally dissatisfied with their purchases. Glassdoor also ranks 103rd among Job Search sites. The most common issues with Glassdoor are around customer service, which is not as good as expected by some customers.
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It has been helpful in several ways: primarily the reviews from employees working at various companies, although some have been written obviously by management to counter terribly negative reviews; also, the pay estimates, although they are only estimates and should not be used to base an answer to a query of what salary you are looking to receive; and some of the job offerings.See positive reviews
Glassdoor states that they only allow 1 review a year per person. What a bunch of lies, I know for a fact someone who writes a bad review every couple of weeks, same person, disgruntled employee angry for being fired. Glassdoor will not do anything about it. They will if you pay them money to service your company.See critical reviews
Tip for consumers: If a company has few reviews, take the info with a grain of salt, specially those reviews with 5 stars or one star. Otherwise, it's quite good.
Data Mining... Pirates.
That's the core of their business model... Otherwise the only demand they garner is from recruiters. This is why they have not gone public.
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