In general, your current employer does not have direct access to your Glassdoor profile unless you have explicitly shared that information with them or have made it publicly available. Glassdoor profiles are individual accounts that require personal login credentials, and the content within those profiles is typically private and accessible only to the user and those they choose to share it with.

However, there are a few considerations to keep in mind:

  1. Public Reviews or Comments: If you have posted public reviews or comments on Glassdoor, your current employer or anyone else can see that content. It is important to be mindful of the information you share publicly and consider the potential implications for your professional relationships.
  2. Linked Accounts or Identifying Information: If you have linked your Glassdoor account to other social media profiles or provided identifiable information on your Glassdoor profile, it may be possible for others, including your employer, to connect your Glassdoor profile to your identity.
  3. Employee Recognition Programs: Some companies may have internal employee recognition programs that encourage or require employees to share their experiences and reviews on platforms like Glassdoor. In such cases, your employer may be aware of your Glassdoor profile if you have participated in such programs.

It’s important to review your privacy settings on or and consider what information you make public or share with others. Additionally, it’s advisable to familiarize yourself with your company’s policies regarding online activity and review posting to ensure you are in compliance with any guidelines or expectations they may have. If you have concerns about privacy or potential repercussions, it’s advisable to consult with your company’s HR department or legal nals who can provide guidance specific to your situation and jurisdiction.

gbpnet Changed status to publish March 8, 2024