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If you were smart, you'd bust your buns to rectify whatever was causing the discontent in the company. But, you wouldn't be lawyer Philip Layfield.
Clearly Philip Layfield has never heard of the Streisand Effect --"the phenomenon whereby an attempt to hide, remove, or censor a piece of information has the unintended consequence of publicizing the information more widely, usually facilitated by the Internet.
Chances are neither you nor I would have known thing one about his law firms if he hadn't filed a lawsuit. Glassdoor Vice President of corporate affairs, Dawn Lyon, responded to Above the Law's request for a response by standing behind their commitment to free speech.
Philip Layfield responded as well, and it's worth a click back to Above the Law to read the whole thing. Here's a quick except that I swear I just copied and pasted.
I couldn't make this up if I tried: Unfortunately, most of those people are unwilling to recognize their shortcomings and they turn to anonymous blogs to spit their venom.
The reality is that they should be upset with their parents for raising lazy and incompetent young adults, but they choose to spew false information on blogs such as Glassdoor. The majority of these posts contain blatantly false information. We are going to obtain the identities of these cowards and bring them to justice.
Heaven knows I'm happy to blame parents for making poor parenting decisions and am well aware that my day of reckoning is comingbut this is not the way to go about it. Just for fun, let's assume that Layfield is correct--every one of those people who wrote the reviews were lazy and incompetent and wrote blatant lies.
Is this the right way to approach the problem? I'm no lawyer, but I'm going to say no. Here's what you do do with bad Glassdoor or Yelp or any other online platform reviews. From time to time, a bitter ex-employee or customer will write something that is absolutely not true.
One bad review is easily ignored. A bunch indicates that there is an underlying problem. How is your company culture?
What about specific managers? Is there a department that is lousy?Agilent featured in Glassdoor's blog post "9 Companies That Offer Impressive Perks & Benefits." Follow Agilent Careers.
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