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Anonymous shared this review of AstraZeneca on May 25th, 2017
"The downside in AZ Biologics Operations is that there aren't a lot of women in this division, and the ones that are there are typically relegated to Project Management roles. The upside is that these women have formed a tight knit, supportive group to help each other out. I've never had a peer group of women that looked out for one another so fiercely. We didn't hold back but everything we shared and all the candid feedback was given in a caring environment meant to improve one another and bolster our presence in the group."
Anonymous shared this review of AstraZeneca on Apr 21st, 2017
"very old school and women don't support each other in upper management. Old pharma mindset"
Anonymous shared this review of AstraZeneca on Apr 6th, 2017
"Great benefits. Tends to be on the leading edge with family-related benefits."
Anonymous shared this review of AstraZeneca on Jun 5th, 2016
"Flexible working and working from home are encouraged and very common "
Anonymous shared this review of AstraZeneca on Mar 21st, 2016
"I'm fairly new to the company, but what I've observed so far is a signficant emphasis on work/life balance, and on improving the percentage of female senior leaders. There are many working parents who seem to be well-respected, and I haven't felt judged when I've had to run out the door to pick up a sick kid, take a half day for the daycare Christmas party, etc. I wasn't working here when I had my kids, but I understand that the maternity leave policy is generous (including 2 weeks off before due date)."