analyst Job Reviews
Women who are analysts have an overall job satisfaction level of 3.5, 64% of them believe there is gender equality in their firms, and make an average salary range of $50k-$80k.
There are more females in leadership roles at Related (though not C level) than at many other real estate developers of similar size and prominence.
Huron is a pretty good place for women. Depending on the area, there are tons and tons of female managers and role models, and a fair amount of female directors. Sadly senior leadership is majority male, of course. But the more surprising thing is that even within Higher Education, the attitude varies widely. While I wouldn't call it overtly sexist, the environment in the Strategy group was less collaborative, respectful, and merit oriented then the Research services group. I've heard similar things about the Tech group. Overall -- my experience has been positive and in my time with the company at the entry level I haven't felt as much sexism as I did in undergraduate business school, which I consider improvement.
There are vast differences between departments and their treatment of women.
Don't just take the benefits, fight for the higher salary becuase the promotion process can be a frustrating blackhole where you are painted into a corner
Great family work environment. CEO/President prides himself on making everyone feel welcome and part of the company.
If you think you may want to get pregnant in the future, start saving your PTO days now! Short-term disability is minimal, there's no parental leave.
This was a fine place to get experience, however it was not the best for a career. The pay was low, the hours long, and not a good company culture.
This company has a great culture but male dominated and ego's at play.
I had great female leadership on my contract! Can't speak to dynamics beyond that team.
Perpetual, entrenched promotion of men into positions of power over women, even when women are more qualified and have more experience. Very old school hiring practices, very old school attitude of "men are leaders, women are worker bees." Terrible place to work, and I would not recommend.