Yes, employers are typically notified when a new review is posted on Glassdoor. When a review is submitted, Glassdoor sends an automated email notification to the employer to inform them of the new review.
This notification allows employers to stay aware of the feedback and opinions being shared about their company on Glassdoor. It provides them with an opportunity to read the review, understand the concerns or compliments expressed, and potentially respond to the review publicly.
The email notification usually includes basic information about the review, such as the overall rating, the title of the review, and a brief excerpt. It also includes a link to the full review on Glassdoor, where employers can read the complete content and any additional details provided by the reviewer.
It’s important to note that while employers are notified of new reviews, they do not have the ability to remove or edit the reviews themselves. Glassdoor’s review moderation process ensures that the content adheres to community guidelines and terms of service, and only Glassdoor moderators have the authority to remove reviews if they violate the platform’s policies.
Remember that my knowledge is based on information available up until September 2021, and Glassdoor’s policies or practices may have changed since then. For the most accurate and up-to-date information, I recommend visiting Glassdoor’s website or reviewing their documentation.