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say women are treated fairly
and equally to men


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They talk a big game when it comes to trying to improve gender diversity and leadership opportunities for women but they don't actually deliver. It's a boys club and the women who are in positions of leadership are cliquy and cut through… If you don't play the game and stay in the inner circle you will be quickly bullied and targeted by female leaders as a threat. They promote their friends whether or not they are the most qualified candidates and have no problem lying to maintain their position of power or to climb the ladder themselves. It's shocking how even our female diversity and inclusion director raise a complaint about these very things and was shut down by RSVP of HR because he is just as guilty as the rest of them when it comes to the politics and turning a blind eye if it doesn't suit him. They dismiss all complaints as rantings from bitter and jaded employees and are quick to admonish entire global teams if any negative feedback surfaces on websites like glass door. It's all a ruse and frankly quite sad considering the mission of this company and all of the PR it puts out to clients about creating and supporting a diverse and inclusive workplace.

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Corporate Development Manager

Strategy & Business Development

Indeed overall has a great culture and policies - work from home/remotely, flexible work hours, great parental/caregiver leave, open PTO, mother rooms with sinks, etc. That being said, awareness for why we need to have tough conversations around inclusion and diversity is in its infancy, we need more structure and training around unconscious bias, ally skills training, etc.

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Lady Theresa

Account Executive


It can be a lot fun....If you are under 35. It is a young energetic environment and the upper management is great. The snacks and perks are great but if you are looking to feel more professional and keep your business to yourself this may not be the job for you.

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How do women feel about working at Indeed? 80% think they are treated fairly and equally to men. 60% would recommend Indeed to other women, and women have a job satisfaction rating of 3.6 out of 5. What are the benefits at Indeed? Indeed offers . These benefits are based on tips anonymously submitted by Indeed employees.

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