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Anonymous shared this review of eBay, United States on Apr 13th, 2021
"Depends on the role but I have seen a lot of women in leadership at eBay. The culture is very collaborative and understanding of women and their situations. Overall, I have not seen a bias against gender and/or preferences. Everyone is smart, respectful, professional and just overall supportive of each other. "
Anonymous shared this review of eBay, United States on Jan 11th, 2021
"It is hard to get promoted or have your ideas get across within the team. Most leadership and teams consist of the men who are not easy to adapt to your ideas and requested changes. Make sure you find those who will advocate for you within your team. "
Anonymous shared this review of eBay, United States on Jun 30th, 2020
"You really need to make sure you're a good fit for the call center position and be ready to adhere to strict metrics. It was my first (and hopefully last) call center job, so I didn't know exactly what to expect. From what my other coworkers told me, it was different than other call centers, but not necessarily better. I thought I would enjoy it (and for the most part, I did), but there was a lot of turnover. In one year my team lost about 1/3 of the reps with no new hires to fill the vacancies. The morale was low, I did hear a lot of complaining from other employees in different departments, and it seemed like the only truly happy employees were those that were not in such a customer-facing position as I was."
Anonymous shared this review of eBay on Mar 26th, 2019
"there is no gender difference as most of the managers are women "
Anonymous shared this review of eBay on Jan 24th, 2019
"Maternity leave benefits and support is far better at a technology company like eBay than at more traditional nontechnology companies."
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