If your review was removed from Glassdoor, it’s important to understand the reason behind its removal before deciding whether or not to repost it. Generally, Glassdoor removes reviews that violate their review policies, which can include reviews that are false, misleading, spam, contain inappropriate content, or are suspected to be manipulated or fraudulent.
If you believe that your review was removed in error or you have rectified the issue that led to its removal, you can contact Glassdoor’s support team for clarification. They can provide specific information about the removal and guide you on the appropriate course of action.
However, it’s important to respect Glassdoor’s policies and guidelines. If your review was legitimately in violation of their policies, reposting it may lead to further consequences, such as account suspension or permanent removal of your review privileges.
Before reposting a review, consider revising it to ensure compliance with Glassdoor’s guidelines. Remove any content that may be considered false, misleading, inappropriate, or violating their policies. By adhering to their guidelines and providing an honest and fair review, you increase the chances of your review remaining on the platform.
Keep in mind that Glassdoor’s policies and processes may have changed. Therefore, it’s always advisable to consult Glassdoor’s official documentation or contact their support for the most up-to-date information and guidance regarding reposting removed reviews.