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Anonymous shared this review of Forbes, United States on May 16th, 2019
"Great work life balance. Flexible remote days if you need it, and if you give advanced notice. Gender parity is not great, but they're working on that. Room to grow and take ownership over what you're working on. The product and tech team has a good synergy, and are a fun bunch."
Anonymous shared this review of Forbes on Sep 29th, 2017
"Flexible workplace. Compensation is not good. Great co-workers who are supportive of women."
Anonymous shared this review of Forbes on Apr 11th, 2016
"There are women scattered throughout the company's hierarchy, but make no mistake: decisions, both editorial and business, are made by men. Men are on the cover of almost every edition of Forbes magazine; that patriarchal attitude permeates the culture. "
Anonymous shared this review of Forbes on Mar 24th, 2016
"Good maternal leave policy (not sure about paternal leave, but doubt it is very strong). Many women in leadership positions and seems that women are treated equally. "
Anonymous shared this review of Forbes on Mar 21st, 2016
"There are a lot of smart, capable women working here, and there are many opportunities to shape your career here. But after a certain number of years, it does feel like you hit a wall in development. It definitely can still feel like a boys club. Many of our top executives are men and so find other men to promote, praise, and generally provide opportunities to grow. And try having a conversation with one of those men without sounding like you're imagining a problem."