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Anonymous shared this review of BlackRock, Inc., United States on Mar 6th, 2020
"The company is overall understanding of family work balance but can vary from manager to manager. They are working hard to get rid of the face time culture that finance typically has. "
"Great corporate culture and incredible benefits. In my experience, women are treated the same as men. "
"Goof for finance in terms of diversity but not in terms of companies today "
Anonymous shared this review of BlackRock, Inc. on Sep 17th, 2018
"Each office has a bit of its own culture. The HQ in New York definitely has a tight knit group of men at the top the ultimately influence org structure, opportunities and culture. Very hard to move up once you get to a certain level in middle management. Especially if you are not in the Headquarters. "
Anonymous shared this review of BlackRock, Inc. on Sep 13th, 2018
"Be sure to advocate for yourself and find a manager/mentor/sponsor who will help you achieve your career development goals."
Anonymous shared this review of BlackRock, Inc. on Dec 12th, 2017
"It’s a great place to work. They are very focused on promoting women. "
Anonymous shared this review of BlackRock, Inc. on Jul 22nd, 2017
"The firm values face time and often gives examples of successful women, however these women are the types that either do not have children, or have full time care and sacrifice family face-time for work."
Anonymous shared this review of BlackRock, Inc. on Dec 9th, 2016
"Work hard, speak up. Don't let change define you, use the change to make good things happen. "
Anonymous shared this review of BlackRock, Inc. on Mar 21st, 2016
"I have worked here for 5 years and have only ever seen 1 woman be promoted to Managing Director in my group. The (white) men are given leadership positions regardless of accomplishments. Worse yet is they are put in charge of women and do not sufficiently advocate for them during promotion / compensation processes. The kicker: I received the classic feedback of being "too aggressive" in the workplace."