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Anonymous shared this review of ANSYS, United States on Nov 20th, 2020
"There are a lot of women application engineers but i have not seen many female software developers. The team i am currently in has only female interns but no female developers, and i am the only one (It's a team of 16 developers). In other teams as well i hardly see 1 or 2 female developers, so surely there is an under representation. But the organization is working towards bridging the gap in diversity. I wish they had more perks for employees, and less frugal in terms of compensation. The company is not much of a fun workplace. In terms of career growth, it is pretty slow."
Anonymous shared this review of ANSYS, United States on Jun 24th, 2020
"Internal politics run rampant here. It is the least professional organization I havr ever experienced."
Anonymous shared this review of ANSYS, United States on Mar 16th, 2020
"Just stay away. The women that are there are not nice and out for themselves "
Anonymous shared this review of ANSYS, United States on Feb 3rd, 2020
"It's a boy's club. Always will be. Look at sales. "
Anonymous shared this review of ANSYS on Feb 18th, 2019
"They want to be known for being a women-friendly employer, but they aren't taking any meaningful steps to do this. "
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