The easy way for how to get more Glassdoor reviews is to hire our team to help you put a system in place, or you can buy guaranteed, positive personalized reviews directly from us.
Certainly, you can give your employees a direct link to your Glassdoor page, but that is a roll of the dice.
You never know when an employee is going to leave you a good review or a bad review, but if you hire us, we can help give you control over your online reputation and Glassdoor reviews through our review filtering system.
Here are your options for getting more glowing 5-star reviews on Glassdoor:
- Leave it in the hands of your former and current employees. Not a good idea, in my opinion. Glassdoor is a strong site and a few negative reviews from disgruntled employees can stand out like a sore thumb when someone Google’s your company.
- Hire a professional team to manage your Glassdoor reviews. This is where we come in. We’ll put a system in place to help screen negative employee reviews and also help you gather and publish new, guaranteed 5-star reviews on your behalf.
How We Help You Get 5-Star Reviews On Glassdoor
Step #1: Employee Review Page On Your Website
The first thing we do as part of our Review System is to setup an Employee Review page on your website.
The page is a general Employee Review page, similar to this one.
As you can see, employees are given the option to either click:
- “I enjoy working here!”
- “I have had some problems working here.”
Happy employees will click the “I enjoy working here!” link, which will take them to a new page where they can post a review on popular, high ranking employee review sites like Glassdoor and Indeed.
Unhappy employees are given the option to click the “I have had some problems working here.” link, which takes them to a contact form. They can make their complaint on the contact form and that is sent directly to you or your HR department, so you can deal with it.
While it’s not going to catch every single unhappy employee from posting a bad review on your company Glassdoor page, the employers we work with have found it to be a reasonable way to help “head off” some potential unwanted employee reviews down the road.
Step #2: Bolster Your Glassdoor Page With Positive Reviews
After we setup your filtering system, you will have a permanent link you can share with employees.
My advice would be to hand pick the employees you send it to.
I know that sounds manipulative, but we are talking about your company’s internet reputation.
When someone Googles your company, don’t you want them to find your Glassdoor page in good standing?
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been contacted about removing Glassdoor reviews or doing a full takedown of a Glassdoor company page.
These steps usually involve legal processes, are costly, and don’t always work.
For my money, you are better off putting a system in place and then trying to steer it to as many happy employees who you KNOW will leave 5-star reviews.
This will get you off to a great start.
If you need more help, simply fill out our contact form – we have some other helpful methods, too!
How To Post A Review On Glassdoor
What you’ll need to know:
- Position – Glassdoor asks for the position you held
- F/T or P/T – Was your position full time or part-time?
- Salary – Optional
- Year worked – from when to when did you work there?
- Length – Your review must be at least 150 characters
- Name – Reviews are anonymous
The first thing you will want to do is find the company you wish to review and click “Add a Review”.
Next, you will want to select company review, state whether you are a current or former employee, and add the employer name. *Note: if you are a former employee they will ask you to provide the last year in which you were employed there.
Last, you will fill out the form including your overall rating, a title for your review, pros, and cons. There will be an option to include more information but that is not mandatory when submitting your review. Be sure to agree to the terms and hit submit.
Do All Submitted Reviews Get Published?
We’ve seen that nearly 100% of the reviews submitted on Glassdoor will be published live to the site.
That’s why it is so important to try to keep your employees happy and if they’re not – keep them far away from Glassdoor – where their negative review can hurt your company’s online reputation.