Employers cannot pay Glassdoor to remove reviews. No, a company does not have the natural ability to remove reviews from its Glassdoor profile. However, the reviews on Glassdoor are written by individuals based on their personal experiences and perspectives, and Glassdoor aims to provide a balanced and fair platform for these views.

However, if a company believes a thorough review violates Glassdoor’s community guidelines—for instance, if it contains personal attacks, profanity, or confidential information—they can report the review to Glassdoor’s content moderation team. The team will then assess the study, and if they determine that it violates the guidelines, they may remove it.

While companies can respond to reviews on their Glassdoor profile, they should do so professionally and constructively. This can effectively address criticism and show that the company is committed to handling employee issues.

gbpnet Changed status to publish March 8, 2024