General Motors
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There has to be something said about how amazing it is to work in the Auto Industry for a company who has an amazing Female CEO and Board of Directors that is 50% women! Mary Barra is truly an inspiration to work for, though she is not the only inspiring woman at this company. GM is making great strides at balancing the scales and getting more women into positions of leadership. This isn't just about promoting women for the sake of promoting women either.... it is about highlighting the amazing work women are doing and giving credit where credit is due.

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We have many diversity initiatives and many support groups for women in leadership and women in IT, we attend SWE every year and host events.

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I'm in a technical management role, and I have found the environment very friendly to all. I have women reporting to me (a first for me in 7 years of technical leadership) as well as several female peers in management. Work life balance is probably the best I have ever seen, and I have worked at several other Fortune 500 companies.

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    Detroit, Michigan (USA)

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General Motors is leading the transportation revolution. From vehicle electrification to self-driving cars, we're committed to delivering safer, simpler, and more sustainable solutions for our customers around the world.

Our people are the driving force behind making this a reality. At GM all voices are heard - no matter one's identity, background or ideology, each person's perspective helps us better understand the communities we serve.  We're a company of firsts driven by innovation and bold creativity. Our Chairman and CEO Mary Barra, is the first female to lead the auto industry and our board of directors is made up of 45% women - the first of any major industrial company. Women are leadng critical areas of the business including vehicle manufacturing, vehicle electrification, finance, ride and car sharing and more. From our mentoring programs, to employee resource groups, and investing in STEM, GM is committed to providing employees with the resources and support they need to experience more from their careers with us.
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How do women feel about working at General Motors? 49% think they are treated fairly and equally to men. 73% would recommend General Motors to other women, and women have a job satisfaction rating of 3.7 out of 5. What are the benefits at General Motors? General Motors offers 6 weeks of paid maternity leave, 6 weeks of unpaid maternity leave, healthcare, flextime, 401-k matching and on-site childcare. These benefits are based on tips anonymously submitted by General Motors employees.

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