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Anonymous shared this review of Emerson Electric Co., United States on Aug 10th, 2020
"This company is stuck in the Mad Men era. There's little willingness to consider new ideas or new thinking. Leaders are resistant to change. If you're not a white guy, you have a limited future. "
Anonymous shared this review of Emerson Electric Co., United States on Jul 12th, 2019
"Good female to male representation at the individual contributor level, but representation lacks in upper management (Director, VP, President, etc.) "
Anonymous shared this review of Emerson Electric Co. on Sep 21st, 2018
"Micro Motion Inc. review Don't expect to get promoted if you are a working mom because they expect you to work 24 / 7."
Anonymous shared this review of Emerson Electric Co. on Jan 18th, 2018
"I have had two sexual harrassment encounters at this company and HR took them both seriously and protected me the whole way. This is very rare in this industry."
Anonymous shared this review of Emerson Electric Co. on May 5th, 2016
"People should realize that gender equality cannot happen overnight, but Emerson is committed to promoting the most qualified person for the right role, regardless of gender, race, or ethnicity."
Anonymous shared this review of Emerson Electric Co. on Mar 21st, 2016
"Don't work at Emerson if you are an ambitious female. Sex discrimination both overt and covert are rampant. You might be ok up to manager level. Their are tons of female managers. They advertise those jobs internally. Director and above jobs aren't usually advertised so their is no application process and the good old boys club takes over. At a presentation on mentoring, women were advised that men mentoring women were seen as affairs but since there are almost no women at higher levels it becomes impossible to have mentors let alone sponsors. They really don't even give lip service to diversity beyond having a non enforced non discrimination policy in place. Every reorganization or newly created director or VP role go to men. It's clear that from the top on down that women are not considered to even have leadership potential or decision making ability."