business manager Job Reviews
Women who are business managers have an overall job satisfaction level of 4, 55.6% of them believe there is gender equality in their firms, and make an average salary range of $80k-$100k.
Good benefits, maternity leave, ability to work from home.
This is a company that is keenly aware that the is a strong correlation between how well the company respects it's employees relates to the quality of the work produced by each employee. Employees are highly respected and thus create great work.
I have worked here 16 years. For mid-level administrative workers, the children's college tuition benefit is excellent IF your children attend Duke or any other PRIVATE college/university.
We all read about challenges that women and minorities face in the workplace - all of these challenges are very much present at 3M. Based on informal benchmarking with contacts at other companies, 3M is perhaps even worse than average in this regard.
I've worked at Microsoft for 10 years and overall, for women, I feel it is a good company. My salary is very fair for my role and I feel I am having an impact in what I do everyday. For a company that is very engineering focused, I think there are still a good number of women in those roles. There are several women in leadership positions as well, however not many of the women leaders are in engineering, mostly services and people management. I've never had a problem being judged for being a woman, needing time off or other related experiences.
Good company to work for. Flexible and supports work life balance / integration. People Deal initiative to address employees well being. I am told, it is not a great paymaster and salary increments are not many.
They are working on diversity and equality for sure, but are not quite there yet.
I would have reminded myself that I am driven by constantly learning new things and working on new projects, and I should continue to switch things up regularly to stay sharp now that I am a part of a big company. I would also remind myself that networking is key!