Glassdoor expansion enables company to hire 100th EMEA Employee.

Five year's growth for European team.

Glassdoor has reached a milestone in its growth as it has hired its 100th EMEA employee. Glassdoor hired its first international employee in March 2014, and since then has opened four offices in Dublin, London, Paris and Hamburg. The 100 EMEA employees range from sales, account management, sales ops,  public relations, and customer success, to specialists in marketing, HR, legal and recruitment.

Over 40 per cent of Glassdoor’s 67 million monthly unique users now come to Glassdoor from outside the US, with top sources of international traffic including: the UK, Canada, Brazil, Germany, France and Australia. Glassdoor’s EMEA team services and supports clients from all over Europe.

“We’re delighted to reach this important employee milestone, showing just how quickly Glassdoor is expanding outside of the US,” said John Lamphiere, Glassdoor vice president and managing director of EMEA. “We have ambitious plans for the region and Glassdoor is fast becoming a global company. A rapidly growing number of employers across Europe are using Glassdoor to post jobs, recruit talent and manage their employer brand. The influence of our platform is growing in our maturing markets, particularly the UK, France and Germany, hence our ambitious hiring plans.”

Glassdoor, which launched in the USA in 2008, now has over 900 employees worldwide, the majority of which work in its San Francisco, Mill Valley (California) and Chicago offices. Last year, Glassdoor was acquired by the Japanese company,  Recruit Holdings, and has since accelerated its international growth. Glassdoor launched additional local websites in Singapore, Hong Kong and New Zealand earlier this year, bringing the total to 21 worldwide, including the recently integrated sites for Brazil, Argentina and Mexico.

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