Review platforms like Glassdoor strive to maintain the integrity and credibility of their review system by implementing measures to prevent companies from paying to remove or influence reviews. These platforms typically have policies and guidelines in place to prevent manipulation of reviews and maintain transparency. However, it’s important to note that I don’t have access to up-to-date information on the specific policies and practices of Glassdoor or any other review platform beyond my September 2021 knowledge cutoff.
While it’s theoretically possible for companies to attempt to influence or remove reviews through various means, such as offering incentives or exerting pressure on reviewers, it would be against the guidelines and ethical standards set by reputable review platforms. Review platforms aim to provide a fair and balanced representation of employees’ experiences and opinions.
If any suspicious or unethical activities related to review manipulation are suspected, it’s important to report them to the review platform. Platforms like Glassdoor typically have mechanisms in place to investigate such cases and take appropriate actions to maintain the integrity of their review system.
However, it’s worth noting that review platforms can face challenges in identifying and addressing all instances of review manipulation or influence attempts. Users should exercise critical thinking when reading reviews and consider multiple sources of information to form a well-rounded opinion about a company.