Glassdoor places a strong emphasis on reviewer privacy and typically does not disclose the identity of reviewers to companies without the explicit consent of the reviewers themselves. Respecting reviewer anonymity is an important aspect of maintaining the integrity and authenticity of the reviews on their platform.
However, there may be exceptions to this general policy under specific circumstances. For example, Glassdoor may be required to disclose reviewer information in response to a valid legal request or court order, such as a subpoena. In such cases, Glassdoor would comply with applicable laws and legal processes.
It’s important to note that while Glassdoor prioritizes reviewer privacy, their specific policies and practices may have evolved. For the most accurate and up-to-date information on Glassdoor’s practices regarding reviewer privacy and identity disclosure, I recommend referring to their official documentation or reaching out to their support team directly.