50%say women are treated fairly and equally to men
30%would recommend to other women
100%believe their CEO supports gender diversity
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Human Resources Manager
Making strides towards promoting more women into leadership roles, but still has a way to go. Need to hire more women (experienced and college grads) into the pipeline so that there would be more women to promote into leadership roles. Leave policies are great regarding family-related leaves (maternity, family illness, etc). Flexibility (i.e. telework, flex days/hours) is allowed in certain functions/businesses/sites. Remote opportunities are very limited and rare.
Dow is really trying to improve the culture of advancing working mothers into leadership roles. They have just appointed the first Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer.
Lady Marathon K
I have worked here for three years and on the surface it seems like there is no gender bias. However, sometimes I wonder because I had very negative experiences being the new woman on a project with men who had been around for longer who clearly kept pushing me away and seemed threatened instead of using my talents and including me in meetings and discussions. I also feel like I cannot be assertive without it being viewed negatively and me getting called a bad team player, but men at my level can act far more assertive than me and their behavior is encouraged.