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Glassdoor Goes Transparent

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Jean uncovers Jenny’s formerly-anonymous job review after Glassdoor makes a previously anonymous comment public.
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A Glassdoor user and blogger named Monica says that the company added her full name and city to her profile. Her allegations are alarming for many users, as the website is meant as an anonymous place to review employers. Monica claims...
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Jenny. So you're familiar with glass door,
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right? Yes, I am.
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Isn't that where? Like people leave reviews for their past jobs
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Like anonymously, they used to be anonymously now they're getting
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put on blast for exposing people's full government names on the website
00:16
Oh shit. So a blogger named Monica basically like dropped
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a blog about how her information got leaked on the website over
00:25
through some emails. So like the web,
00:27
the website basically connect the dots with the back comment and an
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email that a user used and just fucking expose them.
00:35
Yo, so they're setting people up to get fired.
00:37
Basically you imagine to let him review and your employee finds him
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like, yo, the fuck is this about?
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You know what? Thankfully I did not,
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I have not left a bad review for like anyone you sure
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about that? Yeah,
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like I don't need bad reviews.
00:51
You pull that shit up.
00:53
What the fuck is this mixed feelings?
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I've only been working with you for like three weeks.
00:58
How you have mixed feelings,
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pros, free snacks and drinks,
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cons everything is good except for the employee that looks like a
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Walmart Russ. I'm the only one that looks like rush and
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then never washes his hands.
01:12
What the fuck, bro?
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I don't even know.
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I don't wash my hands.
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I, I don't,
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I wash my hands.
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Right. I don't wash my hands.
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Right. How did you find that?
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You weirdo? Anyways?