Glassdoor has community guidelines in place to ensure a respectful and constructive environment for users. Violations of these guidelines may result in removal of content or even the suspension or termination of a user’s account. While the specific guidelines can be subject to change, some common examples of actions that may be considered violations include:
- Posting false information: Deliberately providing inaccurate or misleading information about a company, its employees, or its practices.
- Harassment or personal attacks: Engaging in abusive, offensive, or threatening behavior towards other users, including discrimination, hate speech, or bullying.
- Disclosure of confidential information: Sharing proprietary or confidential information of a company, including trade secrets, financial details, or personal data without proper authorization.
- Posting of illegal content: Sharing content that violates laws or regulations, such as promoting violence, drug use, or illegal activities.
- Spamming or solicitation: Engaging in excessive self-promotion, advertising, or spamming of links or products.
- Impersonation: Pretending to be someone else or misrepresenting oneself or one’s affiliation with a company.
- Review manipulation: Attempting to manipulate or influence reviews by offering incentives, providing false feedback, or coordinating with others to boost or lower ratings artificially.
- Inappropriate content: Posting sexually explicit, offensive, or inappropriate material.
These examples are not exhaustive, and it’s important to review Glassdoor’s current community guidelines for the most accurate and up-to-date information.