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Anonymous shared this review of Ecolab, Inc., United States on Jun 3rd, 2019
"You would have to be a certain race and love gossip. The manager has favorites. "
Anonymous shared this review of Ecolab, Inc., United States on May 1st, 2019
"Ecolab is a male dominated company. Leaders are pushing for a more inclusive workplace but they lack the ability to help lower levels of the organization understand the value. The HR team does not have the creativity or influence to create meaningful change with policies or culture. Unfortunately many of the HR leaders are women who are competitive and lack inclusive values themselves. The company is investing in branding to help portray the desired state of diversity of the workforce, but don't be fooled. A lot of change is needed before Ecolab is a place where color, gender, style, thoughts are all respected equally. "
Anonymous shared this review of Ecolab, Inc., United States on Apr 30th, 2019
"Our purpose is very motivating, and it attracts smart, passionate people who work hard to make a difference in the world. Just like any company that's grown both organically and through M&A, Ecolab is constantly evolving... the good news is that our leadership is, too. From my vantage point, I get the feeling there is genuine desire to not only be the best for our customers and shareholders, but for our employees, too. There's a lot of pride in how we go about doing the work: ethically and in a way that includes everyone. "
"Ecolab puts forth tremendous efforts to recognize, elevate, and empower women in the work place. The opportunities for growth and development are endless."
"Ecolab is overtly working to become a more diverse company and realizes that they have work to do in the areas of gender diversity and people of color."
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