On Glassdoor, individuals have the option to post reviews anonymously. When submitting a review, users can hide their identity, and their username or personally identifiable information (PII) is not publicly displayed.

Glassdoor takes privacy seriously and makes efforts to protect the anonymity of reviewers. They have policies and safeguards in place to help ensure that the identity of individuals who post reviews remains confidential.

However, it’s important to note that while Glassdoor strives to maintain reviewer anonymity, it may be possible for a company or Glassdoor to identify an individual if they provide specific identifying information in their review or if the information shared in the study allows for their identification.

To better understand Glassdoor’s privacy practices and protections, it’s advisable to review their privacy policy or contact their customer support for more information on how they handle user data and maintain reviewer anonymity.

gbpnet Changed status to publish March 8, 2024