Photos of us

You know you can always call or email your Job Search Advisor anytime here at TheLadders, but you probably haven’t seen the place you’re calling.

That’s why each year, I take you on a “behind the scenes” tour of TheLadders headquarters in New York City — to give you a peek at the people and the places so you have a better idea of who’s on your side in your job search…. let’s get going!


“Is that the door buzzing?”


Our building in the famous SoHo district of Manhattan.


The front door of TheLadders building leads you to…


…our lobby and…


…the hundreds of people working at TheLadders!


Three monitors? Yep, they help us help you… faster!


Our style of developing technology — “Agile” — requires lots of collaboration…


…and discussions about how to do it even better.


Our open environment promotes teamwork…


…so sometimes you have to bring cookies to share.


A Lichtenstein print promotes deep thought…


…while helping subscribers like you is our highest ambition.


It takes one…


…two…


..three floors to hold our 401 employees!

Who are they and what do they do? Well…


We have the brains behind our marketing…


…and sales efforts.


And we have dozens in our sales group, helping companies get their recruiters and HR departments signed up on TheLadders…


…because we’ve doubled the number of recruiters on TheLadders already this year, we need LOTS of sales people…


….and the marketing folks to help them. ..


…we have a few genius Ph.D.s…


…and of course people taking your calls.


We are all rooting for you…


… and we will celebrate when you land your new gig!

Hope you enjoyed that behind the scenes look, folks.

Next week, I’ll be asking you for a favor! Stay tuned…

Write us your thoughts about this post. Be kind & Play nice.
  1. Good to see the engine !

  2. Good to see the engine behind the Ladders!

  3. mcenedella says:

    Thanks Shailesh!

  4. Romit Ray says:

    Its just MINDBLOWING !!!

  5. Mag says:

    Truly inspirational tour, great company!

  6. Carola zaenkert says:

    Thanks – the satisfaction the employees at The Ladders feel about their jobs is obvious in the photos. Thanks so much for sharing.

  7. Malini. S says:

    It's good to see a smile or two ….and more of people who are happy at work.

  8. Dean Du Toit says:

    Very inspirational!!!

  9. Phil says:

    ….sometimes we bring cookies to share… What a friendly environment!!! Great place!

  10. Punit Alok says:

    Really impressive work force you have. Glad to see & know your members.

  11. Kashif Faiyaz says:

    Nice to see all these brilliant minds working for us… with a smile …! Great going.

  12. Kenkessenich says:

    Nice! Thanks!!!

  13. Greg says:

    The Ladders is a very slick marketing effort driven by some very talented people. The supposed pictures of Ladders “employees” is just another aspect of the slick marketing effort underway at this website. I would like to see exactly what types of folks land jobs via this website. I would also like to see what The Ladders can do to help older workers find jobs. I'm 55 years old, the marketplace clearly discriminates against older workers, what does The Ladders do to help 55+ year old workers find work.

  14. Gordonbusey43 says:

    Thanks, the ladder and its promoters seems to be doing a very good job but just to mention, it seems as thoe its only for the young people. i am 43 and i would still like to see what you can do for the aged people like me. Continue the good works and show me what you can do for people my age and i would recommend all my good friends to your website.
    Thank you so much for your great concern of the people of the world….

  15. Michael says:

    To: The Ladders. I would ask the same as Greg as well as ask how you help people that have major talent however cannot afford the services that you provide. Do you have any programs where you can help a person to become employed and set up a repayment plan based on your ability to help them get that position? I understand that a lot is determined by the person looking for employment however if you could bring that person a position and allow them to repay you for your services. Well now that would be something to tout. Also I would like to see some statics as to what is your success ratio and how do you exactly measure your success as a service provider.

  16. Michael says:

    To: The Ladders. I would ask the same as Greg as well as ask how you help people that have major talent however cannot afford the services that you provide. Do you have any programs where you can help a person to become employed and set up a repayment plan based on your ability to help them get that position? I understand that a lot is determined by the person looking for employment however if you could bring that person a position and allow them to repay you for your services. Well now that would be something to tout. Also I would like to see some statics as to what is your success ratio and how do you exactly measure your success as a service provider.

  17. mcenedella says:

    Thanks Kashif!!

  18. mcenedella says:

    although fattening, Phil, it can be very fattening ; )

  19. mcenedella says:

    Thanks Mag! Glad you enjoyed the guided tour!

  20. carmine says:

    Mark,

    you are incredible

    love your style

    love you, love your company

    too bad i can never work for you… i figured it out…

    You rock Bubba

    You landed this job for me with one of your columns..three cheeres for you and Leonardo… i figured it out and got over 20 job offers… they held them for six months on my credentials… and nobody has ever seen my resume…

  21. Ddzippidydodah says:

    Wow – real people and an awesome business model.

  22. Bali4real85 says:

    YOU PEOPLE ARE DOING A GREAT JOB.KEEP IT UP!

  23. Dennis says:

    what a waste of money

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