No, not all Glassdoor reviews are anonymous. Glassdoor provides users with the option to post reviews either anonymously or with their username displayed. When submitting a review, users can choose to hide their identity by posting anonymously. In anonymous reviews, the reviewer’s username or personally identifiable information (PII) is not publicly displayed.
On the other hand, users also have the option to post reviews using their username, which would make their identity visible to others. This allows users to stand behind their reviews and engage in discussions with others on the platform.
The choice to post reviews anonymously or with a username is left to the discretion of the user. It provides flexibility and allows individuals to share their experiences and opinions in a manner they feel comfortable with.
It’s worth noting that regardless of whether a review is anonymous or not, Glassdoor still has policies and guidelines in place to ensure the content remains within acceptable boundaries and complies with their terms of service.