Glassdoor wants to believe it treats its staff like a family, but it is incredibly dysfuntcional. In the beginning, they seem to treat their employees well, but then arbitrarily eliminate their roles or let them go for no good reason. I have seen it happen many times.
Also, their strategy changes so often that is there is no true job security or opportunity for advancement. The management team is inexperienced and immature and often make decisions that lack real thought or analysis.
Glassdoor's product team lacks innovation. They merely copy the market leaders - like Indeed and TripAdvisor.
Good people are being let go, and a lot of other good people are leaving. Glassdoor is not managing its growth well, and the "family" is falling apart.
*note: wrote a similar review on Glassdoor, but (surprise) they did not post it.
compensation below market, no job security, limited opportunity for advancement