Generally, your employer cannot directly see if you are on Glassdoor or if you have accessed the platform. Glassdoor is an external website that requires individual user accounts, and your employer typically does not have direct access to your personal online activities or accounts.
However, it’s important to note that your online activities can leave digital footprints or traces that might be monitored or tracked by your employer if they have implemented certain monitoring systems. For example, if you access Glassdoor using a company-provided device or network, your employer may have the ability to monitor your internet usage, including the websites you visit.
Additionally, if you publicly post a review or share information about your employment experience on Glassdoor, it is possible for your employer to come across your review or information if they actively search for it or if it becomes known to them through other means. However, your employer cannot directly see your personal account or browsing history on Glassdoor without your consent or without specific actions taken by the employer to monitor or access that information.