75%say women are treated fairly and equally to men
75%would recommend to other women
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this has been a great company to work for; however it is no longer allowing employees to work from home.
It requires hard work, dedication and often extra hours. You should bring a professional attitude to work; act logically, not emotionally.
It was an old boys club. Men made all the decisions and women were expected to provide support in most cases. They have some women executives but women are typically pushed to "support" roles for the rather uninformed ideas the men had. Outspoken women were labeled as problems. Men in charge promoted each other. Women had to struggle for promotions unless they were in support of a male thought leader. Management has changed since I left so hopefully its gotten better, but if you don't see or hear about women thought leaders in the company in more mass just stay away.