31%say women are treated fairly and equally to men
46%would recommend to other women
25%believe their CEO supports gender diversity
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It really depends on your job type and how flexible your manager will be. Good company with good benefits. Need more diversity in management and CEO is way over compensated.
I've worked here for more than 5 years and have seen men regularly get tagged as high performers and given good projects/promotions when they're not really doing the work (they're relying on others for ideas and because they golf or go to the gym with the exec, they present it as their own). Unless you are a really outspoken woman, you may find it a challenging environment to succeed in. It's very old school, old boys network. Many of the really smart women have left.
The pay is extremely low for the amount of work that you will need to put in. Everyone has their own individual jobs that contribute to others so you're solely responsible for any mistakes which can be pretty nerve wracking. The flex time and paid vacation time is absolutely amazing, which despite the pay, makes this an awesome place to work!