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Anonymous shared this review of Danaher, United States on May 11th, 2022
"You need to be aggressive in asking for what you want. Otherwise, you may be passed over."
Anonymous shared this review of Danaher, United States on Oct 21st, 2020
"I've been told by longer tenured female employees that Danaher is light years ahead of where it was even just 5 years ago. The CEO and upper management at all operating companies have performance metrics directly tied to D&I, they publish percentages, and the resource groups for women and other marginalized groups have awesome programming so I'm hopeful over my career I will witness this change continue. I personally have been promoted several times and have been pushed to pursue high-growth opportunities. The most impressive benefit I've used is our membership to Maven. The healthcare app for women. Google it if you're not sure what it is. It has been amazing during my fertility issues. All that said, there are some operating companies under Danaher that are still mostly run by men. There is one with a female President, but they have work to do to continue improve leadership percentages. "
Anonymous shared this review of Danaher, United States on Jul 28th, 2020
"While Danaher still has a way to go in D+I, it's a great place to work. There's a lot of good support for women to move throughout the organization and great associate resource groups for women, LGBTQIA+, latinx, black, and asian folks. "
Anonymous shared this review of Danaher, United States on Apr 23rd, 2019
"This is a male dominated culture in both manufacturing and sales"
Anonymous shared this review of Danaher on Oct 19th, 2018
"Fight for yourself. I have to answer this question so here I am writing nonsense."
Anonymous shared this review of Danaher on Nov 1st, 2017
"We are beginning the journey to be a more inclusive workplace. Changes are in motion and it is a great time to be part of that change!"