(Winged ratings measure job satisfaction on scale of 1 to 5)
"Cummins is always striving to create more opportunities for women. They have accomplished so much in just the last 10 years. "
"Cummins is great place to work where the opportunities to move within the company and move up or lateral within functions are endless. In my time here i have had a great opportunity to work with some great, experienced mind who treat me as their equal regardless of gender and race and be a part of the company that builds products that are reliable, and makes this world a better place. "
"Cummins is a great place to work. We make great products, we care about the environment and world, so we continue to invest in making our products better and dependable and reliable. We not just support diversity and inclusion but put that into practice everyday. Overall a great place and people to work with!"
"Great place to work. I have enjoyed my time and interactions with men and women alike! "
"Overall Cummins is a company I would recommend to friends/family."
"Cummins is a large company with almost endless opportunities. They are very focused on internal mobility and encourage movement both geographically and across functions/departments. I have not observed any difference in opportunity for men versus women; but like any employer I'm sure there are leaders with biases. Our D&I strategy and leadership behaviors, though, are tools that can be used to call out any concerns. I believe that if a concern is raised, it will be taken seriously and addressed."
"Opportunities are endless...get your foot in the door, and the sky is the limit."
Anonymous shared this review of Cummins, United Kingdom on Aug 18th, 2020
"Diversity is a core value and you can sense it in everything that is done here. Discrimination of any sort can lead to job loss. You will work in very diverse teams of all ages, nationalities, sexes and everyone has an equal voice. There are policies to accommodate needs for new mothers, carers and facilities on site for pumping breast milk or prayer rooms. Most job opportunities are advertised and you can develop a range of skills and experiences over time. The world is your oyster. Supporting the local community is encouraged too. Training is encouraged. "
"I've worked in the manufacturing industry for over 20 years, this is the first company I've worked for that "walks the talk". There is a caring nature about this company that is part of it's roots. "
"Cummins gave me opportunities on anything I wanted to do career-wise. I wanted an international assignment and I got it (twice). I wanted more responsibility and I got it through thoughtful Regular feedback on gaps and resources to develop it. Also helped me built confident and provided sponsorship where needed. You will have to go after the opportunities by yourself (what I think is correct!) but the moment you make it visible you will get nothing but support. We did have a gap on the higher levels of the company for gender or some other ethnic groups that were not fully represented and from my perspective the company went the right way about changing it. I saw a lot of progress in the years I have worked here. Great company for women to work for!"
"Don't get too friendly or take people who are passive-aggressive personally. There are definitely more good people than bad, but overall people are here for themselves first. You will be expected to prove that you deserve to be here by someone at some point. "
"I would tell another woman that I feel women are respected at Cummins."
"Cummins has taken gender equity and moving towards a more balanced workforce extremely seriously, and that is strongly reflected in new leadership appointments, recruitment volumes, and recently implemented policies and programs. "
Anonymous shared this review of Cummins, United States on Jun 16th, 2020
"I cannot express how much more evolved the Cummins culture is compared to my past employers. I genuinely feel valued and supported on a daily basis. I'm NEVER the only woman in the room. And my colleagues are diverse AND intersectional. Our values are how we make decisions, not just words on a wall."
Anonymous shared this review of Cummins, United States on Jun 3rd, 2020
"Cummins has incredible women in the ranks - best in the industry. It's highly collaborative and a strong community. "
Anonymous shared this review of Cummins on Mar 5th, 2019
"The values are genuine and the leadership really cares about people and making the world a better place. Diversity and Inclusion are core, with decades of commitment to women, LGBT, and people of color. "
Anonymous shared this review of Cummins on Feb 24th, 2018
"You will need thick skin. You will hear male opinions on your appearance nearly every single day, even after years. Your clothes, your body, whether you smiled for them... You will also work overtime five days a week. For at least half the year you will also work Saturdays. There is no such thing as sick time and you will still receive attendance points with a doctor's note."
Anonymous shared this review of Cummins on Feb 8th, 2018
"The potential for career growth are exponential and an amazing support structure for development is provided."
Anonymous shared this review of Cummins on Dec 8th, 2017
"Very good pro women policies and pro family. They promote a very diverse work environment. They really want their employees to be happy. "
Anonymous shared this review of Cummins on Mar 15th, 2017
"They are very interested in creating a great place for women to work. They are not completely there yet, but are really making an effort."
Anonymous shared this review of Cummins on Oct 26th, 2016
"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. "
Anonymous shared this review of Cummins on Jul 29th, 2016
"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."
Anonymous shared this review of Cummins on Mar 31st, 2016
"You own your career and how far you will go. You have to be proactive, but there are opportunities."
"25-0 for internal promotions. experience has nothing to do with anything. white males between 25 and 35 get it..."
"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."