There could be several reasons why Glassdoor may have removed a positive review you posted. Here are a few possibilities:
    1. Guideline Violation: Glassdoor has community guidelines that outline acceptable content and behavior on their platform. If your review, even if it was positive, was deemed to violate these guidelines, such as containing offensive language, personal attacks, or confidential information, it may have been flagged and subsequently removed.
    1. Review Authentication: Glassdoor employs measures to ensure the authenticity and integrity of reviews. If there were concerns about the authenticity of your positive review or if it was flagged by other users, Glassdoor may have temporarily removed it while conducting further investigation to verify its legitimacy.
    1. Suspicion of Manipulation: In some cases, if there are indications of coordinated efforts to manipulate ratings or reviews, Glassdoor may remove reviews that are suspected of being part of such efforts. This is done to maintain the integrity and fairness of the platform.
    1. System Error or Mistake: Occasionally, mistakes or system errors can occur during the moderation process, resulting in the unintentional removal of valid reviews. If you believe this is the case, you can reach out to Glassdoor’s support team for clarification and assistance.
It’s also worth noting that Glassdoor’s moderation policies and practices may have evolved. For the most accurate and up-to-date information on why your positive review was removed, I recommend reaching out to Glassdoor’s support team directly. They can provide specific insights into the review removal and address any concerns you may have.
gbpnet Changed status to publish May 15, 2023