Can companies see if you look them up on Glassdoor?
Because we want you to feel safe, we don’t allow employers to access your personal information and we never share any anonymous insights (i.e. reviews, ratings, salary reports, office photos) you have shared on Glassdoor.
Can you browse Glassdoor without signing up?
Glassdoor is always free to use for job seekers. You will have to create an account and provide a review of your own to unlock unlimited access to all of Glassdoor’s resources, but it’s easy to do and helps to keep the website’s information accurate and up-to-date.
Can Glassdoor reviews be trusted?
Are Glassdoor reviews reliable? While Glassdoor reviews can give some insight into the lives of employees, they’re not always reliable. Glassdoor doesn’t require users to verify employment before posting a review.
Why is Glassdoor not working?
Disable pop-up or ad blockers, refresh the page and try again. Open the site in an incognito window. Clear your browser history (cache and cookies). Try using a different browser.
How long does it take for a Glassdoor review to post?
Each review that is submitted to Glassdoor is moderated prior to being posted. It can take up to 48 business hours for the moderation process to be completed, depending on the volume of reviews we are receiving. Once a review has been approved, it can take an additional 24 hours before it appears on the site.
Should I leave a Glassdoor review?
Like your coworkers? You might consider leaving a Glassdoor review. Forbes reports Glassdoor says there is a 30% greater retention rate among hires that use their site, which makes sense because when it comes to fit, the more information you have, the better decision you can make.
Is Glassdoor always accurate?
Glassdoor salary information is self-reported and not verified, therefore some salaries are likely not correct. The better sources are the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and Payscale.com. Salary details on Glassdoor are more likely to be accurate for larger companies with many reviews versus smaller companies.