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Anonymous shared this review of Duke Energy Corporation, United States on Aug 9th, 2019
"I found Duke Energy's overall (slower) pace of work to lend itself very well to a healthy work life balance. In working in some of the newer areas of the company, I had autonomy in my work and was respected by all of my co-workers- even when I found myself in board rooms with all men 15-20 years my senior. Those working on the customer and innovation side of the company were open to new ideas and fun and easy to work with."
Anonymous shared this review of Duke Energy Corporation on Aug 21st, 2018
"maybe. again, it would depend on the department and the boss and what the woman wants from her career."
Anonymous shared this review of Duke Energy Corporation on Jul 16th, 2018
"Great place to work if you like to work hard and dont mind adhereing to a lot of rules."
Anonymous shared this review of Duke Energy Corporation on Jan 3rd, 2018
"Women are often promoted to management and treated fairly well. "
Anonymous shared this review of Duke Energy Corporation on Oct 10th, 2016
"A very much old school workforce. Little recognition. Managers get irritated by changes in schedule due to sick kids."
Anonymous shared this review of Duke Energy Corporation on Mar 21st, 2016
"Women are treated more fairly here than in construction, where I worked before this. My department is about 5% women. The pay and benefits are good, so you can have a stay-at-home husband to support you. During outages, we can work 6 days a week for 12 hours, but usually we work 3-4 shifts a week of 12.5 hours. There is a strict hierarchical work culture. My coworkers will attack any perceived weaknesses. Fitting into the safety gear is the hardest part: everything is made for men, and they don't like whiners. Expect the room to go silent whenever you enter for at least the first year. If you think you might fit in well in the military, you may fit in here after they get used to you."