Glassdoor does not have a specific policy regarding outdated or irrelevant reviews. However, Glassdoor does encourage users to provide honest and accurate reviews based on their personal experiences at the company.
Typically, Glassdoor relies on the community and users to flag reviews that they believe are outdated, irrelevant, or no longer reflect the company’s current state. Users can report such reviews through the reporting system provided by Glassdoor. Glassdoor’s team then assesses the written examinations and determines if they violate their content guidelines or terms of service.
While it’s essential to maintain the integrity and relevance of reviews on the platform, the ultimate responsibility lies with users to provide up-to-date and relevant feedback. In addition, isomers and employees should focus on recent reviews to better understand the current work environment and company culture.
It’s worth noting that Glassdoor’s policies and practices may have evolved since my knowledge cutoff. Therefore, I recommend consulting Glassdoor’s website or contacting their support for the most up-to-date information on their policies regarding outdated or irrelevant reviews.