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Anonymous shared this review of Cerner Corporation, United States on Jan 8th, 2021
"Cerner is a great place to work for women. There are many women in leadership positions and I have never felt that my gender prevented me from any opportunities. "
Anonymous shared this review of Cerner Corporation, United States on Dec 15th, 2020
"Women can & will make it into leadership roles but you have to be strategic about it! Communicate your goals with your boss from the get go, keep notes of 1:1’s, and be a kind team leader that consistently goes above and beyond. Do not sacrifice your sanity though. Establish boundaries & KEEP THEM."
Anonymous shared this review of Cerner Corporation on Jul 3rd, 2018
"Although there is flexibility in the full time position, there are really no opportunities to go part time, making it difficult after having children to stay at the company. As far as the way women and men are treated, it is such a big company it totally depends on the part of the company you are in."
Anonymous shared this review of Cerner Corporation on May 18th, 2018
"There's alot of perks, but it's not very family-friendly in terms of work-life balance"
Anonymous shared this review of Cerner Corporation on Feb 23rd, 2018
"They do not value work life balance and they will preach that to you forcing you to make a decision...Family or Paycheck"
Anonymous shared this review of Cerner Corporation on Dec 12th, 2017
"Cerner is a fantastic place to work if you can stick it out for the first few years. It isn't the type of place were they offer flexible schedule to a new employee unless you worked that out with your manager first or you are hired onto a senior team. If you work there for a few years, you can build the rapport with your manager or find a manager that may allow flexible schedules or working from home. I'm fortunate that I am allowed to work 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM during the week and jump on for an hour or two at night to catch up if I've missed anything. I have worked at Cerner for 6+ years though. If my child is sick, I can work from home with her here. Cerner has a fantastic maternity navigation program while you are pregnant. They offer classes onsite, help you navigate all the stages of pregnancy and early motherhood. I do agree they could have a more competitive paid maternity leave as right now it is only 6 or 8 weeks paid through Short Term Disability. After you give birth, you can attend free lactation consultations. Also Cerner offers very nice mother rooms at most of their campus'. Overall I would recommend this company to other women. "
Anonymous shared this review of Cerner Corporation on Oct 15th, 2016
"Cerner is a great place to work. There are a lot of good perks and some managers are very family friendly. The huge drawback in a poor, uncompetitive maternity leave. I don't know that I would recommend Cerner to someone who is thinking of starting, or growing, a family. "
Anonymous shared this review of Cerner Corporation on Mar 21st, 2016
"At my company there are a lot of women and a lot of women in management and executive roles. However, within my department I would say it is definitely more male dominated. I've consistently seen males promoted more. I also know of a number of males who have been in lower positions as myself, employed in the same roles for the same amount of time as myself, and got paid significantly more."