Glassdoor is designed to be a platform for anonymous and honest employee reviews, and they have policies and guidelines in place to maintain the integrity of the platform.

Typically, Glassdoor does not remove reviews unless they violate their guidelines or terms of service. Violations can include reviews containing hate speech, personal attacks, fraudulent content, or other forms of inappropriate or abusive language.

Glassdoor aims to provide a transparent and unbiased platform for employees to share their experiences, and deleting reviews at the employer’s request would compromise the integrity of the platform. Employers are encouraged to engage with reviewers and address their concerns constructively rather than seeking to remove reviews.

However, if an employer believes that a review violates Glassdoor’s guidelines or terms of service, they can report it to Glassdoor for review. Glassdoor’s team will evaluate the reported review and make a determination based on their policies. If the review is found to be in violation, Glassdoor may remove it.

It’s important to note that policies and practices can change over time, so it’s advisable to refer to Glassdoor’s specific guidelines and terms of service for the most accurate and up-to-date information on review removal.


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