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Anonymous shared this review of Dropbox, United States on Apr 2nd, 2022
"Dropbox was my first foray into the tech/start up world and I loved the humility and authenticity baked into the culture at all levels."
Anonymous shared this review of Dropbox, United States on Jan 4th, 2022
"Very supportive of women. Would have loved to see more women in leadership positions specifically in engineering."
"Things are not perfect, there is always room for improvement. And obviously it would be better if women didn't have to do the heavy lifting contributing to that improvement. That said, I've found that giving feedback and introducing improvements is accepted with open arms. Leadership is genuinely on board with supporting whatever ideas we have to improve diversity not just for women but across the board. I'm only a few months in and my ideas are already respected and suggestions being put into practice. Additionally, when I do this "extra work" on top of my main job, it has a dedicated section in performance review and promotion documentation. So at least it is actually a valued part of my job function, and not just work I'm not getting paid for. My leadership is supporting me spending time on this and ultimately taking some amount of time away from my primary job functions, instead of working overtime to do both. I am genuinely inspired to keep working here and making things better every week."
"Dropbox is a great company to work, they make sure women are being supported and provided all the support they need to grow. They are also pretty flexible and give a lot of importance to mental health."
Anonymous shared this review of Dropbox, United States on Sep 2nd, 2021
"I've never worked at a company where it's people and their well-being was more prioritized. Dropbox is extremely thoughtful and intentional about it's employee experience, in particular, the needs of women. "
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