Glassdoor’s Email & Communication programs & settings
Updated 6 January, 2021
Glassdoor uses emails to keep our job seekers updated on the latest information related to their job search, the companies they are interested in, and ongoing tips and information related to job searching.
Glassdoor also uses emails to keep employers and their users informed about updates happening on their Glassdoor company profile, and job postings. Glassdoor will also inform employers of upcoming seminars, and informational how-to's to help them manage their recruiting, employer branding, and other related efforts.
You can find out more below about how to manage your subscriptions to each of these email programs.
Job Seeker Email Communications
You can choose which email communications you would like to receive within the Email & Alerts section of your Account Settings. You can also unsubscribe from emails individually by clicking the unsubscribe link in the email you are receiving.
You may manage the following email communications individually:
Updates and News: Glassdoor tips, Glassdoor announcements, member updates related to account activity, and Glassdoor Newsletter that includes Best Places to Work, Top CEOs, etc
Job Alerts: Personalized job recommendations based on your Glassdoor activity.
Know Your Worth and Salary Updates: Updates on the latest salaries for jobs in your Glassdoor job alerts.
Company Alerts: Alerts for companies you are following on Glassdoor.
Notifications: Updates based on your Glassdoor activity.
Updates on Jobs I have applied to:Updates for jobs you've applied to on Glassdoor.
Choose which emails you would like to receive in each section by clicking the check boxes next to each option.
After customizing your settings, your selections will automatically save and can be modified at any time.
Job alerts and company highlights can be further customized by frequency:
Click the Pencil edit button at the lower right corner.
Click the bubble to choose DailyorWeekly.
To unsubscribe from all Glassdoor emails, updates, notifications, marketing notifications, and job alerts: