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Anonymous shared this review of ClassPass, United States on Jun 10th, 2020
"Many original employees of ClassPass who helped build the company have since been pushed out. Leadership is a tight knit group of men and are acting in the best interest of their personal investments, not the best interest of the company in the long run."
Anonymous shared this review of ClassPass on Apr 3rd, 2019
"Our product is primarily built for women, and that's reflected in the gender breakdown of our employees. However, the exec team has become very male-dominated and the CEO occasionally hires his friends and family for roles."
Anonymous shared this review of ClassPass on Mar 13th, 2019
"Leadership is mostly a boys club. There are a lot of women employees at the company but the decisions are made from the top."
Anonymous shared this review of ClassPass on Feb 6th, 2019
"Amazing product and amazing people. A little scattered in terms of organization and still feeling some growing pains but overall great. "
Anonymous shared this review of ClassPass on Mar 21st, 2018
"There are quite a lot of women in executive roles, but women are poorly underrepresented in engineering in the SF office. However, I never felt discriminated against because of my gender by my team or any of the engineers. Overall, maybe because the company's users are predominantly female, the culture at ClassPass is more focused on gender equality than a typical company."