vice president (vp) Job Reviews
Women who are vice president (vp)s have an overall job satisfaction level of 3.8, 54.5% of them believe there is gender equality in their firms, and make an average salary range of $100k-$150k.
I have never seen a company who has such a diverse culture without actually trying. We have the most objective interview and promotion process I have ever seen. Not to mention, nearly every member of the executive team and many other colleagues has children under three. We have a great paternity policy (nearly the same as our maternity policy), which I think is a sign of a company who understands how progressive thinking about gender roles contributes to a better society and business success.
The benefits are great from medical to flex time to maternity leave. But they don't promote or pay women equally to men and the number of women in management is low.
Come here to grow and do some amazing work, both in the company and in the community. It's not a ladder climb to the top, it's a talent opportunity to cross lines and find your best job and place.
TO be direct and honest about what they require and not to back down.
Zenbanx is a wonderful place to work. They treat woman and men with the same respect and dignity.
great flexibility. not so great career advancement. good momentum, interested to see if real change begins.
It's a growing company with a phenomenally successful stock and many opportunities for professional growth.
Agency environments can be tough. Don't be afraid to stand up for yourself.
That while it is still a male dominated field , at Morgan Stanley we are slowly making progress
Advancement opportunitis exist for those who work extremely hard. However, most opportunities are concentrated in Memphis.