83%say women are treated fairly and equally to men
67%would recommend to other women
50%believe their CEO supports gender diversity
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I've been here about 6 months. Everyone seems to be treated fairly, things are flexible.
This is a positive place for women to work. You should apply
No Maternity Leave. Policy is seven days of Personal Time Off (PTO) - (if the associate doesn't have PTO it is non-paid leave), followed by five weeks of short term disability. All remaining time is PTO followed by non-paid time.
Essentially, if you have a baby in January, after having a child and returning to work you will have no PTO the rest of the year and will have to take non-paid time when your child gets sick and needs to be picked up from daycare or has a dr. appointment, or you get sick. . . . etc.