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Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, United States on Sep 23rd, 2020
"Encouraging workplace. Very team orientated. Flexible workplace. I highly recommend."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, India on Jun 22nd, 2020
"I always say a woman alone has power,collectively we have impact. Traditionally we have been taught to be competitive with one another, because there was such a scarcity of jobs at the top. It’s so clear that strategy doesn’t work. The truth is that raising each other up and channeling the power of collaboration is truly how we’ll change the equation—and have a lot more fun along the way."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, United States on Jun 22nd, 2020
"Dell is a great place for women professionals to grow. There is an excellent work/life balance for working mothers - family always comes first. Additionally there are so many groups, trainings and programs to enhance your skills and to help grow your career to the next level at Dell. I absolutely recommend working here!"
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, Costa Rica on Jun 22nd, 2020
"Its a better place than the rest out there in the market. "
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, United States on May 18th, 2020
"Dell Technologies truly cares about their employees. You are not just a number. Everyone is part of a Team and we all work together to accomplish the company's success. I truly enjoy working here!"
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, United States on May 8th, 2020
"I recently joined Dell after years working for a company that treated their employees as disposable. Dell is the complete opposite. The culture here is very employee friendly and I feel they understand that employees are an asset and should be treated as such. I look forward to further developing my career with Dell."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, United States on May 5th, 2020
"In coming to Dell, even in the earliest stages when I interviewed, I immediately felt listened to, respected and I believed that I could make a difference joining Dell. From the very top, down through every level of leadership, there is a consistency of drive, respect, integrity and camaraderie. I've been in some amazing companies and the culture at Dell is unmatched. "
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, India on Apr 21st, 2020
"Excellent place to work specially for efficient and ambitious women Who wants to aim high without disturbing their family life. Great flexibility, superb Managers and peer group ! Thank you Dell !"
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, India on Apr 20th, 2020
"A great place to start and organization is employee-friendly. There is no gender bias here and everyone has the freedom to ask their doubts to anyone."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, United States on Apr 14th, 2020
"The environment is very encouraging, flexible and family friendly. My area is 100% virtual so there is never an issue with family obligations."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, United States on Apr 1st, 2020
"Great work/life flexibility, excellent diverse workforce. Beware that it's a super large company so takes time to learn how to navigate and can sometimes feel slow-moving. Overall very good leadership at the very top of the company. "
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, Panama on Mar 17th, 2020
"It's a great place to work and it's a place where you can grow as a professional."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, United States on Feb 25th, 2020
"A good manager is the key to having a good experience. Unfortunately with the number of reorgs happening, your manager can change multiple times in a short time frame. I have been with Dell for over 10 years and for the first time, I would no longer recommend Dell as a good place to work."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, United States on Feb 24th, 2020
"Overall, I was very happy at Dell Technologies but they do not promote, so come in at a higher level because it is virtually impossible to move up in role."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, United States on Jan 3rd, 2020
"It’s great. There’s a ton of support for working mothers including 12 weeks paid parental leave (on top of short term disability) and now leave to care for family illness. However the culture is behind the times. You may not get many special opportunities or license to fail. You will need to prove yourself before coming in, work twice as hard, and vigorously demonstrate your success at every step. There is no open bias against women but it is a place where a statement like, “I don’t see gender” is not considered an obvious gaffe. It may be exactly what you are looking for and a great place to build your resume. You will probably not skyrocket to the top here or find yourself on any kind of “fast track”."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, India on Nov 29th, 2019
"Me and my team working experience in Dell is very bad. The work assigned to me was very good & i enjoyed it. But the Management is too rude, rigid & do not respect their employees. Work life balance was hampered & i used to work for more than 12 hours. Almost lost my good health & finally had to leave the job for my good."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, United States on Nov 20th, 2019
"Great company culture and women are being recognized regularly in leadership positions! It’s an awesome place to work. "
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, United States on Nov 16th, 2019
"This is an excellent place for women as Dell allows you the flexibility to work and balance your family responsibilities. "
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, India on Oct 21st, 2019
"The work-life balance is really good and there is a lot of scope at least I can vouch for IT jobs and even HR. The pay is good and the company culture is very positive. Leaders are very accessible in terms of communicating with them too. "
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, United States on Oct 3rd, 2019
"The Culture Code is incredible. Work life balance in incredible. They are extremely dedicated to treating each employee as an individual that has their own personal needs/desires. For working moms, it's an incredible company. Plenty of remote working opportunities. I work from home so I log on after getting the kids to school, take a break to pick them up. Easy as pie. There are plenty of times my two year old has been watching Youtube in the background while I'm in an internal meeting. Everyone is completely understanding and supportive. Paid maternity leave has been increased to 12 weeks. They even now offer a breast milk shipping service if you have to go on a business trip while nursing. They'll come pick up your breast milk and safely deliver it to your baby. This plus great benefits, incredible people and a company that cares - what more could you ask for?"
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, United States on Jul 16th, 2019
"I was hired into a good position at age 68! I have found zero ageism here. I'm straight, but to hear Michael Dell say that Dell was going to celebrate Pride Month worldwide made me feel very comfortable with Dell's support of diversity. There are huge opportunities for education and advancement, and a lot of people don't bother to take them, even though they're encouraged. I consider this place my smorgasbord of opportunities--even at my age."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, Ireland on Jul 12th, 2019
"Flexible performance based culture. Global environment with a good deal of team member empowerment. Great diversity awareness program called MARC (Many advocating real change) to all leaders currently which really helps to educate leaders on how to be inclusive and value diversity."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, Australia on Jul 10th, 2019
"nothing much to tell its just a great company fpr any woment tp have a work life balance"
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, United States on Jul 3rd, 2019
"As a former K-12 CTO I feel my 20 years in education was highly celebrated at Dell. My new team and customers are as excited to have me here at Dell as I am to work alongside and serve them. The on the job training has been excellent and filled many technological gaps I had as a busy CTO. This was a great professional decision. I either hope to take my new knowledge back to K-12 or higher education or climb the ranks of Dell which I feel very much supported to do so. An extra bonus is the flexibility of working from home and currently not having to evaluate or discipline staff. "
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, United States on Jun 25th, 2019
"Everyone is super understanding of family obligations. Working from home is encouraged and people come and go as needed. If you get your work done, you're fine."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, United States on Jun 17th, 2019
"Be ready to self-promote, very aggressively. You're entering a very male-dominated culture, and diversity and inclusion are only mentioned in name and in numbers, but not in actually listening and incorporating those different perspectives into the work being done."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, India on Jun 3rd, 2019
"Its a great place to work with good working cultures,people here and most importantly you can balance your work life and personal life well."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, United States on May 31st, 2019
"The company is very flexible and everyone is very understanding. "
"Great work life balance and ample work from home days if you have a family."
"great culture, great leadership and company to work for and with"
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, Germany on May 8th, 2019
"Everyone is treated equally, no matter if you're male or female, young or more experienced and the company strives for providing a work environment where everyone is happy to work. This includes large amounts of flexibility, trust and other possibilities."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, India on Apr 23rd, 2019
"1. Best working culture . 2. Really stress free jobs . 3. Good project"
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies, United States on Apr 16th, 2019
"Dell supports flexible working arrangements, which means you can work up to 100% remotely. It depends on the job and the department, of course. "
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Apr 2nd, 2019
"This is a great place to work for women of all ages, ethicities and other criteria. I believe you have a real chance to thrive and grow within DELL"
"Don't hesitate to look for a job here - it's a great place to work"
"Overall a Great place to work...difficult to get promotions and equitable pay raises"
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Jan 17th, 2019
"Good package, great co workers, culture is amazing, freedom to invest on projects that yield good benefits"
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Dec 9th, 2018
"try not to take any jokes seriously, they can sometimes be offensive but since we are the minority in this company reacting negatively can give you a reputation of being overemotional"
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Dec 7th, 2018
"Promotes work from home positions. Most ethical company I have ever experienced. Above reproach on how you are treated. Inclusiveness and diversity are huge. Women are traditionally paid less then men and not promoted into executive positions as much as men. "
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Nov 26th, 2018
"I think it is a great, very happy environment to work in. You need to come in ready to work. Work ethic is how they value you, not based on gender."
"Overall, it's a good place to work -- really supportive, great work/life balance. But I do feel like if it truly were a meritocracy, I would see more women at higher levels and more women being promoted at the same rate/tenure as men. "
"Great flexibility and work life balance, management is usually very supportive and great growth potential, none of the mommy track BS."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Sep 20th, 2018
"it is a comfortable place to nest but not to grow. You will need to take control of your own personal growth and not stay too long here."
"If you're a VP, I think they pay more attention to you than if you aren't."
"As an early-mid career woman, I am looking for - a good parental leave policy for when I can start to plan a family: Dell gives 4 weeks paid maternity. Is that even competitive in the market anymore? You can take up to 12 weeks as part of the FMLA, but that is unpaid or partially paid. - Loan Refinancing : as a large employer with a functional university recruiting program, Dell is the poster child for the true american success story. However, while student loan crisis is huge in the US and just by sheer power of numbers, Dell has a huge leverage to negotiate better rates for students joining its ranks. It does not. Most tech employers Microsoft, Apple, Facebook, Google, etc are doing it to retain employees for longer. And this wouldn't cost them a thing. Dell shirks its responsibility by not offering either the undergrads/grads it hires from college a support to get their student loan refinanced. "
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on May 31st, 2018
"Male dominated, but there is plenty of opportunities for women to get ahead. Work hard and deliver"
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on May 25th, 2018
"Dell is always working on improving itself and building a culture of people & women who actually like working there."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on May 18th, 2018
"Make sure you get as much as you can when you get hired because it is very unlikely that you will get a raise or promotion especially if you are of ethnic descent "
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on May 8th, 2018
"Networking is critical, and just ask for what you see your male counterparts getting without being apologetic."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on May 2nd, 2018
"What I love most about working at Dell EMC is the woman empowerment, specifically women helping women. I've never seen anything like it at other places I have worked. I truly feel supported by the strong women that I work with."
"I feel that in general you definitely need to work harder as a woman in IT to get ahead. As for my current company, Me and female coworker work harder in every way than the guy that sits next to us -- yet he has been constantly making more than us. We had to go through HR just to get our pay bumped up to what is now considered the "new lowest". The guy sitting next to us is still making more than us even though we do the exact same job and have been working here for the same amount of time. That's, of course, just one example. I do know that there are some female coworkers that have been more fortunate in getting equal pay. "
"It's a boy's club. Promotions are often made on personal likability, not skills and talent. People are given manager titles and teams to lead without any coaching and mentoring. It's at an awkward stage that needs a lot of focus and discipline to transform the company on a more progressive path to success. It is ripe to be turned around."
"Find another job if you can. The benifts are great the pay is poor. They pay males more than women. They also underpay minorities and younger people. "
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Mar 23rd, 2018
"It is rough and tumble and can be very high stress. "
"Dell has great opportunities of training and is a Mother-Friendly company, allowing flexible work hours and places. in some locations has the breast-milk collecting/storage room allowing mothers to continue feeding her babies even when they will be in the office/factories. "
"Nice place to develop skills, opportunities to change career path."
"It is a great place to work, grow and thrive"
"Remote working helps with the work/life balance - and while hard work is expected, it is recognised and rewarded"
"great place to work in general market leader good culture flexible"
"I would say that they very much control the conversation here and their progress. Dell EMC has a diverse workforce and if you know what you want and how to handle your workload, you can succeed. I think it's very much figuring out who you are and what's important to you in your line of work and deciding where to go. "
"They say it, act it and enact it. its #Culture to #MakeitReal"
"Great place to work. Family Friendly and flexible work hours. "
"Definitely highlight the flexibility that this company promotes and fosters, specially when you are a working mom. "
"Communication is key: ask for what you want, and more often than not, your leadership will find a way to make it happen."
"I think the culture, flexible work, and opportunity for growth are strong. "
"If you want to make a difference in the Tech industry Dell Technologies is the place to be. "
"Dell Canada review IT industry is a fantastic place for women and Dell in particular. Our organization values diversity and promotes work/life balance. I feel valued and encouraged to grow my career within the organization. Very competitive pay, interesting roles and a ton of support for those that want to grow their careers."
"I think the benefits are greater than most other employers "
"There is so much opportunity to grow, but you have to put the time and effort in. While family is super important and the leaders "get it", the business has needs. Be known as someone that goes above and beyond and leaders tend to be more flexible with your familial needs."
"I've always found my experience to be inclusive. I have great female mentors in leadership positions and in every area of the company that I can think of."
"Dell is my first company after undergrad and I think new hire or tenured women, all love Dell as a work place. So if you are looking for a place that not only recognizes your efforts but also gives you the flexibility to handle work along with family, Come join us!"
"Come be a part of the Dell family. You will love the culture. "
"Its a place where if you want you can be the best at what you do"
"Great work life balance and respect for all workers and families."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Feb 23rd, 2018
"It depends on the team you work in. Some teams are very flexible but others are not"
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Feb 21st, 2018
"This is a great company to work for including their commitment to fairness in everything including gender equality"
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Feb 10th, 2018
"Again - I wouldn't recommend this Company to anyone whether they are male or female"
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Feb 8th, 2018
"Be able to continuously ask for what you want and don't be surprised when there are no women in leadership roles. I've had some of THE BEST women managers and also some of the worst."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Jan 11th, 2018
"Extremely uncomfortable work environment for a working mother; lots of bars/drinking and late nights"
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Jan 9th, 2018
"This company pays below market because they believe they can retain people because of the work/life flexibility, and that’s true. So come here for flexibility, not because you’re going to get the highest offer."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Jan 2nd, 2018
"Dell is a great company to work with however you need to put more time once you reach up the corporate ladder... goals are set high and you'll have to put a lot of time and stay back to stay on top."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Dec 8th, 2017
"All Dell Divisions are not equal. With certain core organizations and roles, you must be located in Round Rock in order to be successful."
"Negotiate the highest pay possible as a new hire. Promotions are hard to get. Layoffs are frequent."
"Great company with diversity - highly recommend working for Dell EMC"
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Nov 21st, 2017
"So far, working at Dell has provided me with many opportunities to learn and grow within the organization. Additionally, the company culture promotes work/life balance. The one drawback, is a notable one; compensation. I live in the 2nd most expensive city in the US and am not compensated according to cost of living. Additionally, opportunities for a raises are few and far between. "
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Nov 7th, 2017
"I would recommend that she network beyond her groups for greater perspective in the company. "
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Nov 3rd, 2017
"Be yourself and ask for what you want. If you don't ask, you won't get it (pay, opportunity)."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Oct 19th, 2017
"Find a mentor (male or female) to help move your career path and network forward. "
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Oct 17th, 2017
"The work life balance is very good, at least where I am in the UK. There is still a culture of male superiority - women are listened to less in groups of our peers"
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Oct 11th, 2017
"Great place to work. Lots of diversity and inclusion for all employees."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Sep 16th, 2017
"It's an overall good place to work. They constantly work to improve culture and make it a place where people want to be. "
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Sep 12th, 2017
"Dell seems to do an excellent job in terms of initial hiring when it comes to being inclusive of women. But one thing I've noticed is that the leadership ranks continue to be dominated by white men. I'm still figuring out how to navigate this. Despite lots of internal HR efforts and external PR efforts that promote Dell as woman-friendly, we still have plenty of room for improvement. "
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Aug 15th, 2017
"I think they can do a better job of creating an acceleration program for mid level employee move up to the ladder to higher job grades"
"Nice development programs for women, good work/life balance, location flexibility. "
"Dell offers great flexibility, but you must be able to deal with stress and change."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Jul 25th, 2017
"Great work life balance. Room for advancement for motivated individuals. "
"Great place to work if you have a family. Good culture, just getting the job done is the focus "
"I have enjoyed working at Dell. The sales team that I am on is 50% women. "
"Come with stamina, whether your a man or a woman. Fast, furious work environment. "
"The maternity leave, flexible work arrangements (depending on role), nursing rooms in every building, onsite health clinic, dependent back up care and up to 12 weeks of maternity leave are fantastic benefits. Dell also has many Employee Resource Groups, specifically Women in Action, that assists with mentorships, networking and top notch speakers throughout the year."
"Raise your hand for a role/skill you're passionate about. Dell offers so many opportunities in different areas - you're sure to find your niche. Show up to make decisions and make sure your voice is heard. "
"Great company to work for but promotions are difficult...and more difficult for women, DELL is advocating change for improving women in leadership roles it's just too slow compared to Apple, Google, Pepsi, General Motors, Genentech and so many other companies..."
"Dell has worked hard to diversify high level management over the last 8 years. It's been slow, but getting there. Benefits are great, and flex time is offered, especially in remote locations. "
"Lots of women in lower management positions. Not many at higher levels."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Jul 3rd, 2017
"Overall I think this is a good place to work -- its helpful to create a strong network of other women (and men) to help navigate the company and the way it works- networking is an effective way of getting things done and staying in the know"
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Jun 28th, 2017
"Great place to be at. People Friendly. Good work life balance. "
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Jun 10th, 2017
"Dell provides a flexible environment allowing you to grow your career while managing your personal life. An amazing work environment with great leadership"
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Jun 8th, 2017
"You will work a lot...but the way you get your work done and when is very flexible."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Jun 7th, 2017
"Great employer, offer access to tools for development and provide flexible work schedule"
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on May 25th, 2017
"So far no complaints but I am only 2 momths in."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on May 17th, 2017
"Supportive and flexible work environment with a collaborative culture. Great opportunity to develop with supportive educational offerings."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Mar 22nd, 2017
"Dell is a great place to work, giving you a real flexibility to enjoy your family , professional life and personal interests , All in one!! making you a super woman!"
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Mar 15th, 2017
"Dell has always been very equal in their treatment of women and really all diverse groups. I have never seen an instance where someone's gender or race was a factor in their success at the company. "
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Jan 24th, 2017
"The flexibile program and culture (mind set) is amazing for women both mothers and otherwise. The opportunities with the company still provide intellectual challenges so it is up to the woman in the job to best juggle their time but overall flexible work is offered as well as encouraged!"
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Jan 11th, 2017
"At Dell women has same career opportunities, pay and schedule flexibility as man. Career growth and recognition depends upon how each individual drives it."
"Dell is very focused on being a diverse employer for the right reasons - encouraging different perspectives. It is a very supportive environment for women, and flexible work is facilitated and encouraged."
"Your manager has a lot to do with how happy you are your job. Choose wisely."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Jun 27th, 2016
"There are lots of great co-workers, but my interaction with any upper level folk is very limited."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on May 20th, 2016
"Dell is a great place to work if you value flexibility and enjoy working with a truly global team. They have dramatically increased their remote workforce over the last 5 years; and from what I read/hear, it's their intent to continue to expand that until nearly all positions are FT or PT remote. (It's not all about employee satisfaction; it's also cheaper to pay people a small remote stipend than it is to keep a cube open.) You can still choose to work from the office if you prefer; but they are steadily converting their remaining buildings into an open office spaces -- which are pretty but completely impossible to work in. Benefits are pretty good overall, but be aware that they will no longer offer anything but high-deductible health care plans effective 2017. If healthcare is a key concern, it may be worth looking elsewhere. "
Anonymous shared this review of Dell Technologies on Apr 1st, 2016
"Working in sales provides great flexibility with your schedule but taking time away from the job for vacation or maternity leave, seems difficult - at least from a culture perspective."
"I've worked at Dell for 4 years. Even though the tech industry is predominantly a male environment, Dell is by no means a bad place to work as a female and they're doing a lot of things right. But, as a part of the tech industry (a future thinking industry!), I would expect that things like maternity/parental leave and flexible work options (i.e. working remote) should be more progressed as well. Bottom line, their treatment of females in the work place is not going to blow your socks off either way - it's not terrible, but it's not great."
"Not many women at the executive level but many high performing women in non management. Generally flexible - get your work done and no questions will be asked kind of company."
"I've worked here 6 years and Dell does try to provide an equitable workplace, but we're all human and humans make decisions based on their own internal criteria. That said, I think Dell is a great place to work, that rewards hard work and success. It is a bit more difficult as a woman to get promoted, but that is improving. Great benefits, flexible work schedules, ability to work remotely all contribute to a positive environment."
"I work here predominantly for the fact that the culture supports remote working. I now work 100% remotely, but while pregnant and for the first 6 months of my kid's life, I went into the office 1-3 times a week. I find that nearly every manager I have ever had here values flexibility and is open-minded to not striking the whip on the 8-5pm hours. So long as you get your job done on time, they let you have free reign of your schedule. It's easy to become a workaholic though because you want to do a good job to keep up with the talent surrounding you. I would definitely recommend this to all ambitious moms. If you are looking for a "scam-like" work from home job without reliable childcare, this is not the job for you. If you're ambitious, intelligent, and okay with ambiguity, this is the perfect place as a working mom to get the flexible schedule and working locations you need while being mentally challenged and respected for the work you do."
"The location I am at is generally good about treating women and men equally, but some of the remote locations we deal with are rather chauvinistic. There is no guidance for maternity leave, you just have to talk to the last person to go through it. The maternity leave was not at full pay, and you had to use all but 1 week of your vacation and sick time."
"I've worked as an intern and now will be starting as a full time employee in June. During my internship I observed there were lot of women working there specially in marketing department. I see Dell as an equal opportunity employer and had good gender diversity."
"There is a higher ratio of men due high tech but I have worked in 6 countries with Dell and been promoted 3 times , had 2 maternity leaves ..I have had the flexibility of partly remote working for 5+ years and it works for me and my family"
"If you don't mind constant threat of layoffs, then it's the place for you."
"The Account management role is much more suited to women vs the technical role. It is a very male dominated division. We need more women in the technical roles."
"Dell has improved in the past 10 years when it comes to treating women more fairly, however, there is still room for improvement. As a working mom, I appreciate the flexibility to work from home when necessary."
"Working at this company I feel like networking is for important for women to do in order to find a mentor and to move within the company."
"Good company to work for, great benefits and good work/life balance"
"Morale depends on the department you are in. Generally I believe women are treated fairly but management is male-dominated and not diverse. Mid-level women don't seem to advance because of these subtle issues."
"Dell has made having a work/life balance a priority. It is common for employees to work remote several days per week (This would not replace the need for childcare)... Conference calls usually start early in order to accommodate time zones around the world."
"Almost all Sales Mgrs are men. Its a very intimidating place to work, very metric based organization for Sales. Very bottom line driven. However, if you can put that all aside, it can be a good place to work."
"IT'S A GREAT COMPANY TO WORK FOR."
"The employee is just as important as the company. Employees are valued."
"I've been at Dell for almost 10 years and my career has progressed pretty well. I've been promoted twice and have received decent raises and bonuses. However, I suspect that I still do not make as much base salary as some of the men that are at my same grade level."
"It a good company, you can work from home"
"The woman representation at Dell is fair but mostly women are not in decision making roles. Male management is not gender biased but there is lack of women in the top management."
"It is predominately men that work in this industry but that doesn't necessarily mean it is a "good ole boys club" at all. its just the nature of the business. Lots of room for moving around or up in this company."