director Job Reviews
Women who are directors have an overall job satisfaction level of 3.6, 45.7% of them believe there is gender equality in their firms, and make an average salary range of $100k-$150k.
Lots of focus and commitment to women - especially women in tech. Rich environment for learning, people-friendly culture and lots of work-life balance.
The company can be a great place to work, if you have a good team and a good manager. However, some at the company have "old school" ways of thinking when it comes to overall company strategy, innovation (the company's offering and culture) and the training and development of all employees (both men and women). Someone is hired for a specific role, without their long term potential in mind. Career development plans are almost non-existent. Maternity leave policy is base level. 5-6 weeks paid, FMLA for the rest. Some teams allow flexible work hours/work from home, but depends on the manager. No paternity leave policies.
Flexible hours, receptive to women with children, and good benefits including a subsidized program for emergency child care. Not many women in senior leadership positions however, overall culture of respecting work-life boundaries and working mothers
Great work/life balance. All companies in the CRO industry are crazy busy but Clinipace is very understanding when you have family obligations. The hours can be flexible. Challenging work responsibility.
We have women in leadership positions but not enough. They are looking for a bit of a cookie cutter type of person. Not enough room for cultural differences
I've experienced first hand the flexibility of working as a mom. The company accommodates me with a flex work schedule and has a fairly generous maternity leave policy (16 weeks fully paid).
Great examples of women in leadership positions and throughout the org.
The company and its policies are great. Do not work in Operations, as you will eventually be put on a shelf once you reach a certian level.
CBRE is a wonderful place to work with an outstanding business culture. Commercial real estate is traditionally a male-dominated industry, and CBRE is making huge strides to promote women and diversity. There is still work to be done, but CBRE is absolutely making strides in the right direction.
I work with amazing people and amazing women. The culture is very strong and people genuinely care about each other. As consultants, travel is part of the job and that comes with inherent challenges for balancing work/family. Other than the travel, I feel the company is highly supportive of it's people and families.