The two companies, while remaining separate with distinct brands and operations, became sister companies when Recruit Holdings, parent company of Indeed, acquired Glassdoor in 2018.
We know that companies who tell their story well turn relevant candidates into hires. Employers will now have the opportunity to reach an unmatched audience of over 80% of U.S. online job seekers*, across industries, education levels, and years of experience. This partnership also allows Glassdoor to focus on our strength - workplace transparency - in order to help both job seekers and employers make more informed decisions.
"We are excited to partner with Indeed to further improve the talent attraction and hiring process for employers," said Glassdoor CEO, Christian Sutherland-Wong. "The combined strength of our two brands will help employers tell their story and hire quality candidates at scale easier."
Greater Hiring Efficiency and Streamlined Experience
New offerings available immediately include:
- Job Postings: Employers will now be able to reach job seekers on both Glassdoor and Indeed through Indeed job advertising products.
- Select Branding Bundle: This co-branded sales bundle of employer branding products includes Glassdoor's Employer Profile offering and Indeed Company Pages Premium and enables employers to tell their authentic company story across both platforms in order to attract and hire relevant talent.
Both companies will work closely together within the areas of sales and customer support to streamline the employer customer experience, while leveraging the unique strengths of each platform.
Beginning this fall, employers will be able to access reviews and ratings from both Glassdoor and Indeed within the Glassdoor Employer Center. This will allow employers to better understand current employee sentiment and workplace culture, provide them deeper insight to influence job seekers researching their company, and help them engage with candidates applying and interviewing for open jobs.
*Source: Comscore, Unique Visitors, April 2020. Job seeker cross-visit rate set at 3X non-job seeker rate