Yes, Glassdoor does provide an appeal process for reviews that have been flagged, removed, or deemed in violation of their guidelines. If you believe that a review was unjustly flagged or removed, you can follow these steps to appeal the decision:

  1. Visit the Glassdoor website (www.glassdoor.com) and navigate to your company’s profile page.
  2. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on the “Review Guidelines” link. This will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the review guidelines and policies set by Glassdoor.
  3. Review the guidelines to ensure that the review in question did not violate any of the outlined rules. Make sure you have a clear understanding of the policies to strengthen your appeal.
  4. Contact Glassdoor’s support team directly to initiate the appeal process. You can usually find a “Contact Us” or “Support” link on the Glassdoor website. Click on it to access the support page.
  5. On the support page, look for a form or email address specifically dedicated to appealing review removals or flagging decisions. Fill out the form or compose an email explaining your situation and providing reasons why you believe the review should be reinstated.
  6. Be clear, concise, and provide any supporting evidence or context that can help strengthen your case. This could include demonstrating that the review does not violate Glassdoor’s guidelines or highlighting any misunderstandings that may have led to the removal.
  7. Submit your appeal request or send the email. Ensure that you include all necessary details, such as the URL or title of the review in question, to help Glassdoor locate and review it.

Glassdoor’s support team will review your appeal and consider the provided information. They will then make a determination on whether to reinstate the review or maintain the decision to remove it based on their guidelines and policies.

It’s important to note that Glassdoor’s review removal decisions are ultimately at their discretion, and not all appeals may be successful.

gbpnet Changed status to publish May 26, 2023