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Anonymous shared this review of Athenahealth, United States on Sep 26th, 2020
"As a woman in tech and design, this is the first place I've ever worked where I truly felt I was on an equal playing field with my male counterparts. While there is always room for improvement, the company's commitment to their employees' whole selves is evident, from their ample PTO and maternity leave policy, to benefits that include wellness, childcare and eldercare subsidies and more."
Anonymous shared this review of Athenahealth, United States on Apr 3rd, 2020
"athena has an incredible culture around respecting and celebrating people as individuals. This gives a lot of understanding and flexibility around people having families in particular, but also pets and interests and working habits etc. Obviously this varies by department and some jobs inherently have less flex than others, but overall incredibly friendly and flexible and supportive. I speak mostly from salaried side of things: the other side of that (which is both good and bad) is that a lot of is expected of you... there is no 9-5 in ways both good and bad and you need to get your (often very large) job done. You have some control over that dial but even the low end of the dial is often a lot and you need to be deciding where your time is best spent vs finishing your to-do list (it will be impossible) .. it's a great place if you're motivated and want to challenge yourself but also need flexibility. The top is still male-dominated and bit of a bro-club (though getting MUCH better)... at Director and below levels women excel and are well supported, to the complaint even of some men. It's a collaborative, consensus-driven culture so lots of women thriving. We are driven by mission to improve healthcare and it is a powerful aligning and energizing function in a place with a ton of super smart people. I highly recommend it. "
Anonymous shared this review of Athenahealth, United States on Sep 30th, 2019
"Mother’s rooms, ongoing education, work from home, flexible hours, accommodating leadership "
Anonymous shared this review of Athenahealth, United States on Apr 18th, 2019
"Some departments are much more flexible than others - overall good place to work "
Anonymous shared this review of Athenahealth on Aug 21st, 2018
"Lots of politics, and not a lot of women in leadership positions. "
Anonymous shared this review of Athenahealth on Jun 14th, 2018
"Flexible workplace if you don’t care about career path and career growth. Document all discussions about career growth and gender equality. "
Anonymous shared this review of Athenahealth on Dec 19th, 2017
"Interesting and meaningful work. Great people. Some flexibility with hours but an extremely demanding schedule is required to be successful. Few women in upper echelons of leadership. "
Anonymous shared this review of Athenahealth on Nov 1st, 2017
"Overall athena has been great to work at. I've had overall great interactions with my male colleagues, and really enjoy the opportunity to be involved with the Women's Leadership Forum. My biggest concerns are with the CEO's stubborn adherence to the idea of meritocracy (I think it's an ideal state that's impossible to reach), and I think that hurts women's ability to advance and move up the ladder there. I still hold out hope that HR policies will change in such a way that it makes it easier for women internal to the company to be considered for and employed in leadership positions. "
Anonymous shared this review of Athenahealth on Sep 28th, 2017
"Get to know the leadership of the zone with which you're interviewing as policies vary widely. "
Anonymous shared this review of Athenahealth on Aug 4th, 2017
"Can be a bit of a boys club - depending on the department "
Anonymous shared this review of Athenahealth on Jul 23rd, 2017
"I'd encourage anyone to work here. The flexibility and equality is outstanding. "
Anonymous shared this review of Athenahealth on May 15th, 2017
"Unless you play the boy's game, you have no chance at success. Career pathing is all talk with no substance; just a box to check off."
Anonymous shared this review of Athenahealth on Jan 30th, 2017
"The Belfast office is certainly more female-dominated than other athena offices. I've found that it's a great place for women, with a stron Women's Leadership Forum group and countless professional development opportunities. Most departments have flexible work from home policies, as well, which can vary depending on tenure/cohort as well as position. "
Anonymous shared this review of Athenahealth on Sep 12th, 2016
"Maternity leave is 12 weeks at 100% paid. it was just upgraded from 10 weeks. Paternity leave is 6 weeks i think"
Anonymous shared this review of Athenahealth on Mar 21st, 2016
"I have worked here for over four years. I feel women are treated fairly, but I am unsure of pay equality as this is not discussed. Many female managers, senior managers and a few female VPs and Senior VPs. I feel with hard work I will be able to progress with my career as I wish."