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Glassdoor predicts creation of 100 jobs over three years at Dublin HQ

By Business & Finance
28 October 2015
recruitment search

Glassdoor, a worldwide jobs and recruiting marketplace, has announced plans to open an office in Dublin as it launches an Irish website and mobile app.

The expansion comes as Glassdoor surpassed 10 million employee-provided reviews, ratings, salary reports and other workplace insights for more than 445,000 companies around the globe.

The company plans to open its Dublin office as its European headquarters in January 2016, along with the creation of 100 jobs over three years.

Glassdoor combines free and anonymous reviews, ratings and salary content with job listings to help job seekers find the best jobs and address critical questions that come up during the job search, application, interview and negotiation phases of employment.

For all Ireland-based employers, Glassdoor currently offers a free employer account giving employers an easy-to-use channel with tools and resources to engage directly with job seekers and employers.

Robert Hohman, CEO and co-founder, Glassdoor, said: “Since the day we launched, Glassdoor has appealed to people around the world and our focus remains on bringing greater workplace transparency to jobseekers and employers in every country. While today marks another exciting milestone in Glassdoor’s growth, we’re still just scratching the surface of what we’re capable of. Not only are we proud to see our business grow, we’re also excited to grow as an employer and welcome aboard talented professionals throughout Ireland and beyond.”