Name Description Example
Website URL The web address where the company's online presence can be found.
Company Name The official name of the company Airbnb
Remote Policy What type of remote companies Remote allowed
Number of Employees The number of employees refers to the total count of individuals working for a particular organization or company. 6132
Glassdoor - Reviews User-generated feedback, opinions, and ratings. 2.3K
Glassdoor - Number of Job Openings Count of current available job positions. 32
Glassdoor - Salaries Information on compensation and pay scales. 4.2K
Glassdoor - Interviews Insights and experiences shared by interviewees. 1.2K
Glassdoor - Benefits nformation on employee perks and advantages. 863
Glassdoor - Diversity Data and reviews related to diversity and inclusion. 160
Glassdoor - Physical Locations The geographical locations where the company has known offices or physical presence, indicate the places where the company operates and has established its business infrastructure Beijing, China\nSeoul, South Korea\nSingapore, Singapore\nBarcelona, Spain\nBerlin, Germany\nLondon, United Kingdom\nDublin, Ireland\nParis, France\nAmsterdam, Netherlands\nNew York, US\nLos Angeles, US\nBerkeley, US\nSan Francisco, US\nSouth San Francisco, US\nPortland, US\nMiami, US\nToronto, Canada\nMontreal, Canada\nSydney, Australia\nSão Paulo, Brazil
Registered Offices Where the company as registered offices according to SEC filings or Company Registery of the country Registered Office: Room 1, EasyCorp, 288 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong SAR
Disability Insurance "Disability Insurance": A benefits program that provides income in the event a worker is unable to perform their work and earn money due to a disability. Yes / No
Fertility Benefits "Fertility Benefits": Employee benefits that cover or provide reimbursement for fertility treatments like IVF or adoption processes. Yes / No
Company Retreats "Company Retreats": Organized, off-site activities or getaways for employees for the purposes of team-building, relaxation, or strategic planning. Yes / No
Get Paid in crypto "Get Paid in Crypto": An option for employees to receive their salary in cryptocurrency, such as Bitcoin or Ethereum. Yes / No
Flexible Working Hours "Flexible Working Hours": Work arrangements where employees have the flexibility to vary their working hours or work location. Yes / No
Life Insurance "Life Insurance": A company-provided policy that pays out a sum of money upon the death of the insured employee. Yes / No
Company Credit Card "Company Credit Card": A credit card provided by the employer for business-related expenses. Yes / No
Company Event "Company Events": Organized activities or gatherings for employees, often for team-building, celebration, or recognition purposes. Yes / No
Volunteer Opportunities "Volunteer Opportunities": Opportunities provided by the company for employees to volunteer their time for community service or charitable causes. Yes / No
Learning & Development "Learning & Development": Programs or resources provided by the employer to support the professional growth and skill development of employees. Yes / No
Commuter Benefits "Commuter Benefits": Employee benefits that cover or subsidize the costs of commuting to work, such as public transit passes or parking. Yes / No
Coworking Space budget "Coworking Space Budget": An allowance provided by the employer for the use of coworking spaces. Yes / No
Home office budget "Home Office Budget": An allowance provided by the employer for setting up a home office or for remote work needs. Yes / No
Wellness Benefits "Wellness Benefits": Programs or perks aimed at supporting the physical and mental health of employees, such as gym memberships or wellness apps. Yes / No
Company meals "Company Meals": Meals provided by the employer, often as a regular perk or during company events or meetings. Yes / No
Unlimited time off "Unlimited Time Off": A policy where employees are not limited to a set number of vacation or personal days per year. Yes / No
Paid vacation "Paid Vacation": Paid time off work for the purposes of rest or recreation. Yes / No
Remote Allowed "Remote Allowed": A policy where employees are allowed to work remotely, often from their homes or other locations. Yes / No
Profit Sharing "Profit Sharing": A program where a portion of the company's profits is distributed to employees. Yes / No
4-day workweeks "4-Day Workweeks": A work schedule where employees work for four days a week, often for longer hours per day. Yes / No
Location independent salary / Pay adjustment "Location Independent Salary / Pay Adjustment": A compensation policy where employees' pay is adjusted based on their location or cost of living. Yes / No
Equity benefits "Equity Benefits": Employee benefits in the form of company shares or stock options. Yes / No
Paid parental leave "Paid Parental Leave": Paid time off work for new parents to care for a newborn or newly adopted child. Yes / No
Retirement benefits "Retirement Benefits": Financial benefits provided for employees upon retirement, such as a 401(k) or pension. Yes / No
Healthcare benefits "Healthcare Benefits": Coverage provided by the employer for healthcare costs, such as medical, dental, or vision insurance. Yes / No
Free Lunch "Free Lunch": The provision of free meals for employees, typically during work hours. Yes / No
Gym Reimbursement "Gym Reimbursement": A perk where the employer reimburses employees for gym memberships or fitness expenses. Yes / No
Surveillance Software "Surveillance Software": This is software used to monitor the activities and behavior of users, employees, or systems. It can be used for various purposes such as ensuring employee productivity, preventing theft or misuse of resources, ensuring security, or compliance with policies and regulations. The exact features and capabilities can vary widely depending on the specific software used. Yes / No
Globally-competitive compensation "Globally-competitive Compensation": This term implies that the salary or wages provided by the company are competitive not just within the local or national market, but on a global scale. It suggests that the company aims to attract and retain talent from anywhere in the world, and is willing to pay a rate that is competitive internationally. This could be particularly relevant for companies that operate in multiple countries or for roles that are not tied to a specific location (e.g., remote work). Yes / No
Remote Policy Direct link to the remote policy of the company
Remote type According to GitLab taxonomy Hybrid
Location Restrictions "Location Restrictions": These are limitations set by a company or organization on where its employees can work. This could be due to various reasons such as legal and regulatory considerations, time zone coordination, or the need for in-person collaboration. For remote roles, location restrictions could still apply based on the company's ability to employ people in different jurisdictions. Yes / No
Countries Allowed "Countries Allowed": This refers to the specific countries where a company is legally permitted to employ workers. It can be determined by a multitude of factors including the company's legal and operational structure, tax considerations, and local employment laws and regulations. France, USA
Salary based adjustement "Salary Based Adjustment": This refers to changes made to an employee's salary based on certain factors. For remote companies, one common factor could be the cost of living in the employee's location. For instance, an employee living in a city with a high cost of living might receive a higher salary than an employee doing the same job in a location where the cost of living is lower. These adjustments are typically made to ensure equity and fairness among employees. Yes / No
Human Resources Highest Ranked in Human Resources Dave Stephenson
Co-founders The founders of the company Brian Chesky
Diversity Spotlight (US Headquarters Only) the "Diversity Spotlight" on Crunchbase is a feature that highlights diversity within an organization's leadership team, including founders, CEOs, and managing partners. It initially focuses on US-based race/ethnicity and gender data
Last Layoff Mention Date This is the most recent date when layoffs at the company were mentioned, as recorded on Crunchbase. Layoffs refer to when a company reduces its workforce, often due to financial pressures or strategic changes.