executive assistant Job Reviews
Women who are executive assistants have an overall job satisfaction level of 4, 62.5% of them believe there is gender equality in their firms, and make an average salary range of $25k-$50k.
I love working for JLT and firmly believe they have all of their employees best interest at heart, especially women, in a male dominating industry.
I have been working for Estee Lauder for almost 5 years and have just returned from 12 weeks maternity leave. Benefits are good but not overreaching. Nothing is exceptional or special. Being a company started by a woman it surprises me that their benefits are at the minimum. Estee Lauder certainly has a lot of work to do if they want to be considered a top company to work for. However, the heart of the people are wonderful. This company is full of lovely, caring souls.
I met CEO for 10min interview and decided to be in this company. When the boss is visionary then everything trickles down to every level. everyone is so humble and respectful not only to women but to everyone in general. We have women at mid and senior level and gender streamlining is on-going as being a technology firm in Pakistan which is generally male dominated. Also we women also have to work our way to attract other women to come work with us and my review here is part of sharing about my great experience an great workplace.
The benefits at Salesforce are absolutely excellent. As a company, they are also very transparent and do their best to make sure everyone has the things they need to make them better at their job. I was in a support role, not in their main office, so I was not in a position to advance during the time I spent there. It wasn't very exciting as far as office positions go, but it was stable, I felt respected by my peers and paid very well. Marc Benioff is the kind of CEO you want running your company. He is making an effort to consciously close the gap on pay in equality, gave benefits to same sex couples before anyone else was doing it (PULLED HIS BUSINESS FROM INDIANA) and encourages volunteering time money and assets. If you want a place that will definitely take care of you as an employee, I would recommend SFDC. The hours can be long, but they also pay overtime.
I get the impression the work culture might be rather different from location to location - but at the NYC office (at least in my department) I'm quite happy,
Some level of understanding as far as needing to take care of family, but not much. For the most part, it is a traditional boys' club. Health benefits are good but don't outweigh the unequal treatment.
It is a women's organization, so there are a lot of benefits for women. I think the Maternity leave could be better though considering its a women's organization
Like many of the reviews, there were a ton of women in support roles, a few in middle management, and those in senior positions were fighting so hard against each other, because everyone knew that only one woman was going to get to the top spot. Since I was in a support role, I was eager to find a mentor to prepare for the next step. There just wasn't anyone with the time or motivation to do so. And once you were in a role, you were there forever. They had no incentive to move you up.
I have worked here for 4 years. Employees get 3 weeks of vacation which increases to 4 weeks after 5 years of service. Maternity leave is currently 12 weeks. There is the opportunity to have flex working arrangements if you boss is open to it.
I don't feel they utilize or develop their administrative professionals effectively. Many women in middle management roles, especially in marketing. I believe women are treated fairly here, and I think there needs to be more work done to hire and retain talented women at all levels. Maternity leave is generous: 12 weeks paid at 100% and up to 4 weeks "transition" time (full time pay, part time hours). In some states, you apply for short term disability and the company makes up the difference between what is paid by the state and your regular salary.