83%say women are treated fairly and equally to men
67%would recommend to other women
100%believe their CEO supports gender diversity
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Overall it's a great place to work, with tons of extremely talented, hard-working women throughout the company, though there aren't enough women at the C level, or on the engineering team. GA as a whole is extremely inclusive but some leadership can be tone deaf about D&I issues. Have not experienced any kind of sexual harassment or discrimination. There are quite a few women who have gone on maternity leave since I've been here; from what I've seen there is support from them, and have seen some promoted after returning (i.e., it does not seem to hold women back from success at the company).
The team at this company is really great. There are a lot of women and men and women are, for the most part, treated equally but the company definitely employs mostly younger folks so there aren't as many resources for folks with families and the paid leave policy is minimal (although very easy to get set up and approved).
If you are an instructor, they are great at being flexible and allowing you to suggest your own dates for classes. They just changed how they pay and it has totally ripped the teachers off. There is no motivation to bring in more students when you don't get paid "per-student" and instead get paid "per hour."