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Anonymous shared this review of Cox , United States on Jun 16th, 2021
"Cox is an incredible place to work. The company is constantly thinking of new ways to improve the already great employee experience. They made us feel safe and cared for during COVID and now the company is taking a very thoughtful approach to bringing us back to the office while still allowing flexibility. I hope to stay my entire career at this company and that is very doable- there are plenty of career paths that I could pursue and that is encouraged at Cox. Come work here- it is incredible and you won't want to leave!"
Anonymous shared this review of Cox , United States on Jun 15th, 2021
"I've been mostly in IT and product management roles and I've seen a good deal of both diversity and inclusion. There are many women managers, including some in higher level roles."
Anonymous shared this review of Cox , United States on Feb 10th, 2021
"Cox has been a breath of fresh air. I came to the company somewhat jaded - my previous employer was a horrible place to work, especially for women: harassment, bullying, you name it. I was delighted to find that Cox was the opposite. During my several years here, I have always felt like it is an equitable environment where I am respected and where I can succeed!"
Anonymous shared this review of Cox , United States on Feb 9th, 2021
"I tell women all the time how amazing it is to work at Cox. That is part of my job anyway because I am a recruiter. BUT...I believe in this company and what they stand for. I wouldn't encourage women to join a company that I myself would not work for. "
Anonymous shared this review of Cox , United States on Feb 8th, 2021
"Cox is very focused in promoting women in non traditional roles. Diversity, Inclusion and Equity is very much a core value at the company. I would like to see more women of color in senior leadership roles but we are making lots of progress."
Anonymous shared this review of Cox , United States on Feb 5th, 2021
"The pandemic has brought out all the ways Cox is willing to flex for employees... flexible schedules, workweeks, work from home or anywhere, understanding of childcare responsibilities...increased medical benefits for Covid including telegraphy and free testing from the beginning."
"There are a lot of inspiring women in leadership at Cox and I've been privileged to work with many of them! I also appreciate that they allow me the flexibility to balance work with the needs of my family and I've never had to feel guilty about making my family a priority when required."
"The Cox culture is great. The company and the Cox family are true stewards in the Atlanta community. We have many women in leadership positions, and I have always felt like I could put my family first when need be. "
Anonymous shared this review of Cox , United States on Nov 6th, 2020
"The Cox culture is great. They truly care about their employees and they are very aware of the importance of diversity. I would say that there is a glass ceiling, although they don't want to admit it but if you look at the leadership team, there is only one female executive and she leads People Strategies. This is a little better one level down it is harder for women and POC to get promoted to the highest levels."
Anonymous shared this review of Cox , United States on Oct 29th, 2020
"Make sure you like your team before you start; negotiate hard for a fair salary; and prepare for restructures"
Anonymous shared this review of Cox , United States on Aug 25th, 2020
"Overall, Cox is an amazing place to work. They have a wonderful culture, truly do care for their employees, and try to do what is right. They're really working to transform the employee experience and are headed in the right direction. Unlimited PTO, working on a more flex work policy (WFH, different hours, etc.), and new partnerships for discounts. They could improve on some of their benefits - just okay paid parental leave, would love to see fertility treatments covered. The biggest downside I have seen is the lack of upward mobility. It is fairly easy to make lateral moves but because everyone stays for so long, it is near impossible to get an in line promotion. Also, not all decisions are treated the same/equally - some roles don't seem to get posted and others are held to a different standard on who can/cannot apply. It's a bit frustrating but every company will have some things to improve on!"
Anonymous shared this review of Cox , United States on Apr 24th, 2020
"As a queer female, I have always felt welcomed and treated equally by my peers (both male and female)."
Anonymous shared this review of Cox , United States on Jan 22nd, 2020
"It is a great company for everyone. Plenty of flexibility so you can balance your career with your personal life. Amazing place. "
Anonymous shared this review of Cox , United States on Jan 21st, 2020
"Lots of opportunity to grow. Several high profile women in leadership roles (at the Chief Executive level as well)."
Anonymous shared this review of Cox , United States on Dec 13th, 2019
"Can be great. Great PTO for full time exempt employees and great maternity leave. Some departments better than others. Some long hours are hard for working Mom's."
Anonymous shared this review of Cox on Jan 8th, 2019
"Negotiate as much as you can upfront. Raises are very low once you are in and title changes are rare among women."
Anonymous shared this review of Cox on Jun 5th, 2018
"Great opportunity for growth and/or role shift. The company has great benefits, PTO, and maternity leave policies. "
Anonymous shared this review of Cox on May 29th, 2018
"They are trying with Diversity initiatives and employee groups, but more men are leaders, and paid more. "
Anonymous shared this review of Cox on Nov 3rd, 2017
"I think it is a great place to work. Still need to figure our all benefits."
Anonymous shared this review of Cox on Nov 2nd, 2017
"It’s a family-friendly company, but maternity leave could be better"
Anonymous shared this review of Cox on Aug 20th, 2017
"It's a fun place to work and they seem to be making diversity a priority."
Anonymous shared this review of Cox on Jun 22nd, 2017
"Flexible Work Options are not equally or effectively offered and utilized. If virtual office is a priority for you, this may not be the right place ... but it depends on the department and the perspective of the leadership. Older generations on the leadership team do not embrace remote work."
Anonymous shared this review of Cox on Jun 14th, 2017
"There are tremendously gifted and intelligent people working here. The Executive Leadership seems to want to make this the best place to work, but there's still a lot of dysfunction to navigate. If you are willing to see the potential and help drive positive change, then this could be an amazing place to be."
Anonymous shared this review of Cox on Feb 21st, 2017
"Work and home life balance is almost non existant. Schedule changes every 6 months "
"It depends on the region. Hampton Roads is a bit Male dominated."
"Progressive company with family life held as a core value. Benefits are great; 401k and pension! Short term disability, FMLA, and nice PTO plan. Managers work with employees to meet the needs of families when/wherever possible. I've worked here for 4 years - hope to retire from here."