it Job Reviews
Women who work in it departments have an overall job satisfaction level of 3.5, 47% of them believe there is gender equality in their firms, and make an average salary range of $80k-$100k.
Your career will go nowhere, but you will have excellent work life balance
Cerner is a great place to work. There are a lot of good perks and some managers are very family friendly. The huge drawback in a poor, uncompetitive maternity leave. I don't know that I would recommend Cerner to someone who is thinking of starting, or growing, a family.
It is avery driven and competetive environment. Long hours are expected.
Its remote for the most part however you are expected to travel here and there and sometimes more than others.. if you have kids you may find this tricky to manage.
IEEE doesn't have many women and they literally micro manage you. they strictly see that you make a 8 hour clock without lunch even though you finish your work
Great place to work but you need to be stratgic and buils a network.
You must be employed 1 year before maternity benefits kick in. All other benefits are day 30.
If you love to work long hours and need a continuous paycheck without any growth
Negotiate your pay. Ask what the median pay is for people in your role? What's the market range?
Maternity leave here is not great like many other American companies, but there seems to be a good number of women for an IS department. I've never felt discriminated against on my teams and I see women in leadership positions. As a woman, I don't feel like I'm treated any differently at this employer. However, I would aim for a tech company if you're looking for good maternity leave policies. Work-life balance is great though.