75%say women are treated fairly and equally to men
75%would recommend to other women
67%believe their CEO supports gender diversity
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The CEO, Board members and the Executive Leadership team are very focused on driving greater diversity and inclusion throughout the organisation. The opportunity to advance is good. Like most tech companies, there are far more men in the workplace than women and the company is trying to re-dress that balance through diversity groups, participation and sponsorship of STEM initiatives and the pro-active pursuit of females in particular in the recruitment cycles. Scrutiny is also given to promotion panels and talent management so I personally feel confident that the organisation is making the right steps to support women and their careers.
It is possible to balance work and family life - you have to be confident enough to just say, this is what I intend to do and how I will make it work for everyone. Not everyone feels comfortable doing that.
This is actually a pretty good company to work for if you are expecting a child or have very young children. The work hours are flexible, working from home is generally not frowned upon. The company is a very out-dated in terms of technology and processes, however, it does have provide its employees with a fairly decent work-life balance.
I quit the company after only a few months because I wanted a more aggressive career growth than what was available to me here. Also, I do not have children (yet) but if I did, I would not have left.