Jobs and recruiting marketplace Glassdoor has expanded further into Europe, with new launches in Switzerland, Austria and Belgium.
The company, which also allows users to "review" their roles and provide salary information, said it has created "country-specific" apps and websites to show local jobs, as well as tools allowing employers to promote their jobs.
In January Glassdoor raised $70m (£46.3m) in a funding round led by Google Capital, pushing its value up to $1bn and leading to speculation it may be gearing up for an IPO.
The site now includes more than 10 million reviews and salary reports for 445,000 employers. Today it said it had added more than 28,000 job listings and reviews of more than 2,700 local employers in Switzerland, including Credit Suisse, UBS and Nestle.
"With greater transparency, job seekers have clearer expectations as to what the job entails before ever walking in the door," said Diarmuid Russell, head of the company's international arm.