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"Benefits, including typical parental benefits as well as adjacent ones like reproductive health coverage, as well as time off in general, are excellent and lead the pack in comparison with similar organizations. Dow Jones has launched a few initiatives in the past few years to try to help women advance - however, the efforts don't seem to be genuinely supported by leadership or have roots in actual leadership opportunities, and as a result many of the women who've gone through these programs have ended up leaving, or want to leave but stay for the benefits."
"Great benefits and culture but pay and promotions aren't equal. Women are in entry level and very senior roles, but barely any in middle management. Promotions to middle management fall behind men considerably. To be promoted, you essentially need to be male or British."
Anonymous shared this review of Dow Jones, United States on Mar 29th, 2020
"It's overall a good work culture, but the commitment to diversity is mostly talk and little action."
Anonymous shared this review of Dow Jones, United States on Jan 3rd, 2020
"It's a great place to work for women, women with kids, very flexible and fair"
Anonymous shared this review of Dow Jones, United States on Jun 12th, 2019
"Company does a great job supporting womens iniaitves and leadership programs "
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