- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
Employees rate Dublin 3.8% higher than the overall average
I have been working at Glassdoor full-time (More than a year)
- There is great energy in the office every day, I never dread coming into work
- Great support from everyone, from teammates right the way up to senior leadership
- Exciting international growth!
- Career progression is a genuine possibility
- Management want to understand how you work, and adapt to that
- Plenty of autonomy, if you find a way that works better, run with it (and share it :))
- Some growing pains, which is to be expected. If you don't like change, this is definitely not for you
- Sometimes the work-life balance isn't the best. As I mentioned in the title of the review, "be prepared to WORK HARD". That said, you are rewarded greatly for your effort!
- Slightly stricter controls/kpi's being put in place as we grow and expand in EMEA
Advice to Management
- Let's not forget who we are as we grow aggressively in EMEA! The culture in the Dublin office is the best I've ever experienced
- Give Fiona more budget! :P
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Glassdoor (Dublin, Co. Dublin (Ireland)) in May 2018.
The interview consisted of an initial basic questioning with the recruiter with some basic IT questions which had been given to her from the IT guys. Next was a more technical interview with the senior IT manager which consisted of scenario based trouble shooting questions. Next was a technical test which was a real world fixing of a machine with real world problems. After that it was interview with couple more IT guys. Over all it was a lot of interviews but at no point in the interview process did I feel like everyone was appreciative that it was a lot of interviews but they just seemed like they really wanted to really make sure that I would be a good fit within the team and company. They were really open to having me ask questions and to answering them which was a huge plus