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Anonymous shared this review of Ecolab, Inc., United States on Nov 6th, 2020
"The growth opportunities are endless - both for business growth and professional development. "
Anonymous shared this review of Ecolab, Inc., United States on Nov 3rd, 2020
"Ecolab is constantly striving for improvement, especially in the areas of D&I and equity. There is still some work to be done, but the company is making good headway. Overall, it's a great company to work for and offers terrific benefits. "
Anonymous shared this review of Ecolab, Inc., United States on Sep 25th, 2020
"Ecolab does a lot to promote inclusivity and equity for all employees including those who identify as female, people of color, GLBTQ+, and differently-abled. They benchmark their pay equity using an independent third party, they host workshops and networking events specifically aimed at women, have supportive HR policies including flex-time and work-from-home policies (which they have had for years), paid family leave (maternity, paternity, adoption), and nursing support. They have many women in highly-visible leadership roles throughout the organization including several division GMs and executives including the C-Suite."
Anonymous shared this review of Ecolab, Inc., United States on Dec 13th, 2019
"There are many women in leadership positions at Ecolab, though I do think there is some room for growth in that respect. I feel very supported by the people around me- everyone takes responsibility for their work, everyone is invested is helping each other, and I feel secure that my team and managers have my back- including the head of our department telling an admin that the way she was spoken to by a client was rude and unacceptable, that if that's how that client behaves they aren't going to have a relationship with Ecolab, and to give her that number so she can call them and set some things straight. This is the healthiest work environment I've ever had. "
Anonymous shared this review of Ecolab, Inc., United States on Nov 20th, 2019
"There's a lot of talk about people moving around to different roles within the company to gain new experiences, and many people do, but I'll be honest: it's mostly lateral moves. There's not much opportunity to advance into technical leadership roles for women because these positions don't "move around" like junior-level roles do. I also think this company has good intentions when it comes to diversity and inclusion efforts, but I just don't feel it down at the bottom of the ladder and I can't wait around for a more inclusive culture to be adopted."
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