finance Job Reviews
Women who work in finance departments have an overall job satisfaction level of 3.2, 42% of them believe there is gender equality in their firms, and make an average salary range of $50k-$80k.
Ensure your direct manager is ok with whatever arrangement you need
This is a challenging environment to rise to the top in, driven from Japan, and it's unlikely to change.
It is hard to have a work/ family balance . Set your limits at the beginning.
Family friendly overall but depending on your manager can be challenging to progress.
You can expect to be paid less than male peers, Taking time off for family is frowned upon but you aren't always asked - so don't volunteer it. Work/life balance just doesn't exist - you have to protect your time fiercly. If you're lucky you'll get a great manager, it's about 50/50.
You'll be fine, I suppose. Just tread as lightly as you can with maternity-related requests.
You have to fight for your promotion and the company does not care about the employees .
Hard to say, other than to warn them that producing work as high in quality as a male peer's will result in him being promoted ahead of you. In fact, even if your work is better, and you have more experience, if the boss is a male, thr male peer will get the promotion, and consequently, the compensation.
Depends on which department you work in - some are really great, others are not as flexible