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Protecting member anonymity

Updated 18 April, 2017

All contributions submitted to Glassdoor are anonymous to other community members, including employers.

Glassdoor does not display your email address, Facebook profile, or any other personal information.

All members of our community have the ability to submit a contribution without providing additional information that would allow others to identify you:

  • When submitting a company review, interview review, or benefit review to Glassdoor it is optional to provide your location and title. However, if you do provide your location and title, it will be published with your contribution. If you do not wish for this information to be published, please leave these fields blank. If you have already submitted a review with this information, please see our article Edit or delete my contribution for information on removing this information from Glassdoor.

  • You may also submit a salary review to Glassdoor without providing your employer name.

Glassdoor will never post to your Facebook wall without your permission. We will never display your Facebook profile next to any of your submissions.

All resumes uploaded to Glassdoor are private. They are not searchable by employers or any other members of the site. The only time an employer can see your resume is when you submit it to them with your job application.

For more information, please see our Privacy Policy.

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