The company can be a great place to work, if you have a good team and a good manager. However, some at the company have "old school" ways of thinking when it comes to overall company strategy, innovation (the company's offering and culture) and the training and development of all employees (both men and women). Someone is hired for a specific role, without their long term potential in mind. Career development plans are almost non-existent.
Maternity leave policy is base level. 5-6 weeks paid, FMLA for the rest. Some teams allow flexible work hours/work from home, but depends on the manager. No paternity leave policies.
Job Satisfaction Level
Not for Promotion
Would depend on the role and the team. There are some great opportunities to make a difference, as a woman. But overall, the organization is slow to promote, and slow to change.
Limited training and development plans. Someone is hired for a specific role, not their long term potential