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"I have never felt so heard or seen in my role before. My internal team is male dominated, but the team we report up to has majority female leadership and women actually outnumber the men overall on this larger scale team. Even though my boss and my senior teammates are men, I've never felt excluded. When I first started they would volley me questions in large conversations. They make room for me. They made me feel like my opinion matters and that I can make room for myself. It really made me feel welcome in a way I haven't yet experienced in my career. My boss has a plan for my career in the same way he does for everyone on our team, and he always is my advocate. He protects my time, and I've seen him go out of his way to make sure I'm not doing admin-work or party-planning type of stuff that's outside of my role. These little things really add up to make a huge impact. Even though my role is mostly remote, there are a ton of events, classes, and lunch discussions over zoom with our women's affinity group that makes me feel like I have a support system when I need it or when I want to learn something new. People don't hesitate to welcome you at Axon and I really appreciate it about the culture. "
"I've worked at Axon for about 2.5 years. I cannot express how lucky I feel to work here. Personally speaking, I feel leadership on my team truly cares about my growth in my field and genuinely is committed to helping me grow. I am quite young and this is my first job out of college. I have received more leadership opportunities and responsibility here than I would have in any of the other jobs I was looking at postgrad. This has helped build my confidence and also made it quite clear to me where my skills fall short, and where I need to improve. I would also note I think that comp is extremely generous at Axon, and given COVID-19 has seemed to permanently allow the ability to work from home when you want/need to, I truly think the work-life balance on my team is great."
Anonymous shared this review of Axon on Mar 18th, 2019
"There is an effort to highlight and recognize women at Axon, which is appreciated. However, unless your personality leans more to stereotypical "male" qualities--brash, to-the-point, business-minded and always thinking of the bottom line--it will be difficult to get ahead in most departments. The mission is very motivating and they will use your desire to fulfill the mission to work you to the point of exhaustion."
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