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Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson, Brazil on Aug 7th, 2020
"Very good cultural company with a lot of opportunities and knowledge."
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson, United States on Aug 6th, 2020
"The office i worked at let most of the women go w/in a span of 2 years. My entire technical group which consisted of 3 women out of 17 people. The women were let go in the first round of layoffs. Most of the men were offered a deal to stay on and get extra bonuses to do so. It was pretty disgusting."
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson, United States on May 28th, 2019
"They hours are flexible to a point , some teams are allowed to work from home a day a week "
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson, United States on May 10th, 2019
"Do your research. Be careful what the work expectations are."
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson, Singapore on May 8th, 2019
"Thsi place is not spoken about but its super inclusive. Its a fair place where output and imapct is recognised vs hours of work. Women hyere leave early, leave on time and no one raises a brow. Eevryone is super suppotive of parental duties and accomodate hours/ work to meet those needs. Flexibility is given to all without an implication on promotion/ growth. Its hard to find a flexible and supportive place like Ericsson."
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