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Anonymous shared this review of Autodesk, United States on Aug 19th, 2021
"Autodesk truly backs its commitments to women with action. There's still a lot of work to be done in diversifying the tech industry, but Autodesk makes it a clear and transparent priority. As a woman working here, I feel like I have the best work/life balance I have ever had in my entire career. We've been working remotely during the pandemic and will have flexibility with that beyond it, which I'm thankful for!"
Anonymous shared this review of Autodesk, United States on May 21st, 2021
"Senior leadership is committed to diversity and has recently put women in key roles at the C-staff level. Women make up half of the Board of Directors - a rarity for a public company of this size. Further down in the org, though, there is still work to do to get enough women in management and other strategic roles - especially in technical and engineering teams. "
Anonymous shared this review of Autodesk, United States on Mar 9th, 2021
"In my experience, this is a great place for women to work. I've not seen nor experienced any issues because I am a woman."
Anonymous shared this review of Autodesk, United States on Jan 13th, 2021
"Autodesks is an old-school "engineering geek" company that's working to modernize itself. It's making progress, but a lot of the old culture and old ways still exist. Much of the leadership is, unfortunately, still straight white men. Also, our parental leave policies are pretty abysmal for a modern tech company. On the other hand, the company is very flexible when it comes to things like working from home (it's quite common / readily accepted), hours are generally pretty flexible (though beware of working on a team that has people spread across many time zones), and the work-life balance is good (read: lots of people work 40 hours a week... or less). On the other hand... promotions, and associated pay increases, are hard to come by. On the other hand... bonuses (cash & stock) are fairly generous if you're at a higher pay grade (roughly grade 13 and above). Basically my recommendation would be that if you're earlier in your career and are really prioritizing career growth, I would find an awesome start-up, and try to capitalize on the learning and financial upsides that start-ups offer (which are both greater than what you'll get at a company like Autodesk). If you're slightly later in your career, want good pay and good work-life benefits, and are able to nab a higher-grade position, you'll probably be happy at a place like Autodesk."
Anonymous shared this review of Autodesk, United States on Nov 18th, 2020
"Great benefits and family planning support. Excellent executive values and efforts for diversity in leadership and through our ERGs. Standard healthcare and maternity leave. Pretty good managers and staff and a great culture "
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