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Anonymous shared this review of Electronic Arts, United States on Mar 8th, 2021
"EA is a great place to work, though there is the risk of fatigue and burnout in some teams, and they are taking steps to reduce this and ensure people take PTO. In terms of work, I felt that my contributions were received and recognized fairly."
Anonymous shared this review of Electronic Arts on Oct 9th, 2018
"There are not enough women in leadership positions here, in gaming, or anywhere yet, but our executive has recognized that, and that's step 1!"
Anonymous shared this review of Electronic Arts on Feb 13th, 2018
"It's not bad. Only at Maxis are there really a lot of women though. "
Anonymous shared this review of Electronic Arts on Feb 1st, 2018
"From my experience, there’s a good “human” element to EA where they view you as a person, not just a resource "
Anonymous shared this review of Electronic Arts on Jan 23rd, 2018
"Hiring and pay seem to the largest issues, but once in getting promoted is not an issue and the opportunity to move up is encouraged."
Anonymous shared this review of Electronic Arts on Dec 23rd, 2017
"Solid benefits but not the best. Different groups have different cultures, some better some worse. Lots of brilliant female leaders. Employer is shy to promote people, often times people look to leave to progress their career."
Anonymous shared this review of Electronic Arts on Jan 6th, 2017
"EA has a wonderful on-site day care (if you are lucky enough to get a spot), they expanded their parental leave last year, a Women's Employee Resource Group and other woman-powered groups kicked off last year, women support other women here and so much more!"