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Anonymous shared this review of Dow, United States on Sep 28th, 2021
"Even though I have experienced less sexism here than at my last company, the sexists here are loud and proud and they can affect your career even if they are making up their opinion. Even though I have a PhD and 8 years of work experience, I will never be able to break through the Technology development Frat in my group. They demean me, talk down to me, and there is no getting around it. These assholes get promoted. You need to figure out how to work at other types of projects to get recognition. You have to find you a bunch of old male allies and tell them what you do and how you do it EVERY WEEK and those are the men you need to get reviews from. Also get reviews from any women you can - this gets harder as you ascend because there aren't many in leadership positions. The other women are used to this BS. "
Anonymous shared this review of Dow, United States on Sep 27th, 2021
"The company is run by people who either do not have children, have the financial means to pay for a nanny, or are married to a stay at home parent. Even though many employees are pushing for better benefits and policies for remote work and caregiver benefits, the company leadership is reluctant to put those in place and make a change. While Dow has done what's right to keep non-operations employees home during the pandemic, they have maintained their Midland, Michigan centric location requirements. No remote work location flexibility = loss of talent."
Anonymous shared this review of Dow, United States on Feb 7th, 2020
"Flexibility is good but very political with cliques that cause individuals to sometimes feel excluded. "
Anonymous shared this review of Dow, United States on Sep 30th, 2019
"Women and men appear to be treated equally for most roles at the company, but in production roles there is the expectation that you put the plant first no matter what. If you plan to spend the first 5-10 years of your career in production, like many do, then you will be limited by your facility in how much time and energy you have for personal activities. At some facilities, that's no limitation at all. At others, it is a huge time and energy suck."
Anonymous shared this review of Dow on Dec 11th, 2018
"At Dow, your career is what you make it. they have many opportunities for women and men. It is up to you to capitalize on the endless opportunities and resources to make your dreams and goals a reality. "
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