Yes, but unless you need to use different email addresses there’s generally no need to have more than one account. This is the case whether you work at a small company, a very large company, or even when you need to communicate with people from many companies other than your own.
All employees of a company are always part of the same Glip. Unlike with other services, there’s never a need to have multiple instances of Glip within a company. In fact, if your company has email addresses on a private domain (e.g., @acme.com), we will enforce this. Everyone with an @acme.com email address, for example, will automatically be in the same Glip.
Is your company very large, with a lot of employees that you don’t actually work with? That’s perfectly fine, and expected. Think of the People page on Glip as a corporate directory of sorts. You’ll see all employees listed there, and in the All Employees team that Glip automatically maintains for you, but you'll only really be communicating with your immediate co-workers. No one else can see the teams you create, except the people you’ve explicitly added to those teams (unless you make them public).
In other words, everyone from your company can happily co-exist in the same Glip without getting in each other’s way. And there’s never a need to log into a separate Glip, or resort to email, because you suddenly need to communicate with someone from a different part of the company.
Another key aspect of Glip is that, while you can only be an employee of one company on Glip, you can be a guest in an unlimited number of companies. Do you have lots of vendors, clients or partners that you want to work with on Glip, or are even already on Glip? You can do this all from one Glip account, without having to worry about anyone from outside of your company (i.e., guests) seeing people or teams that they shouldn’t. Learn more about the difference between a co-worker and a guest.