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Anonymous shared this review of Asurion, United States on Apr 18th, 2019
"Be very careful when you interview and really evaluate the people and the duties of the role. This company loves hiring white males 20s to 30s and promoting them very quickly, often beyond women who are older and have more smarts and experience. Finance in particular is a real good ole boys club. Women in Finance are often given behind-the-scenes, unglamorous roles with high workloads in order to free up the boys to play politics and do more visible, career-building work. I felt like I was in a 1950s-era American office. "
Anonymous shared this review of Asurion on Nov 2nd, 2018
"There is definitely a lot of opportunity at this company. It is fast paced, great results, innovative and fun. However, it does take women longer to advance in their careers and we don't see a ton of women in Director+ roles. Asurion is moving in the right direction but they need to start getting more progressive and competitive with diversity, benefits for women and bringing more women into key leadership roles. "
Anonymous shared this review of Asurion on Aug 22nd, 2018
"A great place to work. Extremely flexible and great benefits."
Anonymous shared this review of Asurion on Apr 14th, 2017
"I would tell them to find a good boss and stay with them. Otherwise, look for a new job."
Anonymous shared this review of Asurion on Feb 27th, 2017
"Diversity is not a priority for Asurion. Women in key leadership positions have been dimished over the past 12-18 months. Product and Technology are not organizations which favor hiring or promoting women. "
Anonymous shared this review of Asurion on Mar 21st, 2016
"There are a lot of women in senior roles at the company. I believe women are treated fairly but there is a lot left to manager discretion when it comes to leave and work life balance."