Expect to see many men hired off the street for positions women have applied for. Worked at my location for 2 and a half years with excellent reviews and customer compliments but have been passed up for 4 promotions. Every time a man was given the position over a woman.
Overall, Cummins treats people well. However, vacation time is quite limited (2 weeks) and talent management is almost non-existent. Career paths seemed to be paved by sheer luck and relationships. Coaching and development is lacking.
If you do get promote (Big If) Women start listening and acting like the men. You would think they would get in there and make a change. I was personally told if I want to get promoted keep mouth shut and wait for them to promote me. Such a backwards concept of thinking. I feel I am working for a start up company where people are clueless. Cummins as a company is great benefits just need to review the people running things more closely. Women are so use to not getting promoted if they have a ounce of a chance they will not support you. NO team work, not togetherness to support or mentor each other.