A recent job posting by a startup that wants to hire you has been posted on Glassdoor.
That’s right: a job that’s more than a job posting, as the Glassdoor listing has been scrubbed.
A company that’s trying to hire Glassdoor employees is also taking a huge risk by posting it.
The Glassdoor team is scrambling to get it right, so it’s up to Glassdoor members to help out and let Glassdoor know that this post is off the record.
Here’s what to expect in a job ad that doesn’t make it on Glassware.
Glassdoor’s Glassdoor job listing A Glassdoor Glassdoor-approved listing has now been removed.
We are still getting confirmation from Glassdoor of the removal, but we’ll update this article if and when we hear more.
This job posting is available to Glassseekers and their teams and can be found here.
What if I don’t have a Glassdoor account?
You can still apply for this job.
You’ll need to provide a Glassphone account (or an email address) and we’ll verify that you’re eligible for the Glassware program and we will send you an invitation to apply.
The process for submitting an application can be complicated and involves a lot of steps, so be patient.
The more we learn about Glassware, the easier it will be to apply for jobs.
The best part is that Glassdoor is always accepting Glassware applications, so if you want to find out more, you can start with Glassdoor or follow the steps here to apply online.