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[Editor’s Note: Comments and private contacts arriving over the past 24 hours have provided clarity on the “transparent” employer reviews appearing at glassdoor.com and other places. Thank you for helping us!]
It was unlikely that so many FULL-TIME paid employees would be deciding to make comments on sequential dates in October immediately after Civil Air Patrol’s “alleged” sex scandal exposure on CAP Insights and on News of the Force.
So, our readers looked into glassdoor.com to find that it is owned by MarkMonitor Inc, a firm that “develops and markets brand protection software and services”. MarkMonitor is rated C+ and is not accredited by the Better Business Bureau because they have not responded to a customer complaint.
Paid organizations and/or volunteer members appear more than willing to compromise their integrity to work an amateur media blitz for the organization’s abusive volunteer leaders in exchange for payment or in exchange for free flying, training in survival and land navigation, letters of recommendation, etc.
Civil Air Patrol members are frustrated to find that a portion of CAP Member Dues money may now be going to this firm to “manage” the public perception of the Civil Air Patrol brand. They have also recently spoken out against member info being leaked to CAP authorized third parties despite members checking the “keep my information private” checkbox in the CAP online member management system known as eServices
The use of these fake reviews is clearly a violation of Air Force and Civil Air Patrol Core Values: Integrity, Volunteer Service, Excellence, and Respect as the ethical framework for CAP’s service to America.