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Anonymous shared this review of Choice Hotels, United States on Apr 12th, 2021
"Some groups offer much more flexibility than others. Pay parity is great. When it comes to being connected, supported and promoted women are at a disadvantage despite company efforts to create and equal environment."
Anonymous shared this review of Choice Hotels, United States on Sep 30th, 2020
"It very much depends on which department you work for."
Anonymous shared this review of Choice Hotels on Mar 11th, 2018
"If you are a working mother, beware. They say they support working parents but do not have the policies and management in place to actually do it. They were not understanding or accommodating to limitations on travel due to family needs. They kept track of your networking and dinged you in reviews if you weren't doing enough. Interestingly, on the clock networking over coffee and lunch didn't seem to count as much. Lastly, recently, the working parents (especially those with young children) have been passed for promotions and or demoted. While the promotions went to singles and men with older children. "