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To request the removal of a Glassdoor review, you can follow these steps:

  1. Understand Glassdoor’s Policies: Familiarize yourself with Glassdoor’s content guidelines and policies regarding the removal of reviews. This will help you determine if the review in question violates any of these guidelines.
  2. Gather Evidence: Collect any evidence or documentation that supports your request for removal. This may include proof of false information, violations of Glassdoor’s guidelines, or any other relevant information that demonstrates the review’s inaccuracy or misconduct.
  3. Flag the Review: Sign in to your Glassdoor employer account and locate the review you wish to request for removal. Click on the “Flag as inappropriate” option or a similar reporting mechanism provided by Glassdoor to report the review.
  4. Provide Clear Explanation: In the reporting form, provide a clear and concise explanation of why you believe the review should be removed. Be specific and refer to any evidence or violations of Glassdoor’s guidelines that support your request. Include information that demonstrates the review’s inaccuracies or any potential fraudulent behavior.
  5. Follow Up with Glassdoor: After submitting your request, follow up with Glassdoor’s support team if necessary. Be prepared to provide additional information or respond to any inquiries they may have.
  6. Be Patient: The review removal process can take time, and Glassdoor’s content moderation team will assess the reported review based on their policies. Be patient while awaiting a response and refrain from engaging in any confrontational or unprofessional behavior.

It’s important to note that Glassdoor retains the final decision on whether a review should be removed. They have their own internal review process and guidelines to ensure fair and unbiased evaluation of reported reviews.

For more specific guidance or updates on the review removal process, consider reaching out to Glassdoor directly through their support channels or consulting their documentation and resources.

gbpnet Changed status to publish March 8, 2024