To remove a review from Glassdoor, you can follow these general steps:

  1. Understand the Review Removal Policy: Familiarize yourself with Glassdoor’s review removal policy. Visit Glassdoor’s Help Center or review their guidelines to understand the criteria for removing reviews and the specific process involved.
  2. Assess the Review: Evaluate the review to determine if it violates Glassdoor’s policies. Look for elements such as false information, defamatory language, personal attacks, or a clear violation of the review guidelines. Keep in mind that Glassdoor generally allows for diverse opinions and experiences, so mere dissatisfaction or negative feedback may not be sufficient grounds for removal.
  3. Gather Evidence: Collect any supporting evidence or documentation that disproves the claims made in the review. This can include emails, employment records, or any other relevant information that can demonstrate the inaccuracies or false statements within the review.
  4. Report the Review: Sign in to your Glassdoor employer account or create one if you haven’t already. Locate the review you wish to report and click on the “Flag as inappropriate” or similar option below the review. Follow the prompts to provide the necessary details and evidence supporting your request for removal.
  5. Follow Up: After submitting the report, allow Glassdoor time to review your request. They may contact you for further information or clarification if needed. Be responsive and provide any requested details promptly.
  6. Legal Options (if necessary): In some cases, if a review contains defamatory or false statements that significantly harm your reputation or business, you may consider consulting with a lawyer specializing in defamation or online reputation management. Legal action can be pursued if all other avenues have been exhausted and the situation warrants it.

Remember that Glassdoor has their own review removal policies and processes, and the final decision lies with the platform. It’s important to remain patient, persistent, and maintain a professional approach throughout the process.

gbpnet Changed status to publish June 21, 2023