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Anonymous shared this review of GameChanger, United States on Aug 6th, 2020
"Burden of supporting diversity falls heavily on those who identify with underrepresented groups, some folks claim to be allies and will listen but no “allies” really take action"
Anonymous shared this review of GameChanger on Sep 18th, 2018
"This employer seems fair and open to feedback. There are women in leadership and tech roles that help nurture an environment of equality."
Anonymous shared this review of GameChanger on Jan 19th, 2017
"It's great, very considerte and thoughtful about personal needs, both men and women."
Anonymous shared this review of GameChanger on Sep 18th, 2016
"GameChanger's executive team has 3 women which is huge for a small company and most of the executive team has families which makes GC a very family friendly place to work. The transparency at the company is also awesome and people are encouraged to discuss problems if they see them. By acknowledging that we are not perfect (and the industry is not perfect) I really trust that people here care about ensuring equality. As a female engineer GameChanger was one of the only companies that has ever made me feel like I was being hired for my talent (and not at all like most companies where I have felt like I was being hired because I was pretty good...for a woman and helped boost diversity)."
Anonymous shared this review of GameChanger on Sep 12th, 2016
"Business and tech are both male dominated fields. That is no different here. However, if you can find fight for your beliefs you will have success here. "
Anonymous shared this review of GameChanger on Sep 7th, 2016
"A very generous and transparent culture that values the individual and strives to make her experience exceptional. Maternity/paternity policy is far more generous than those at most Fortune 1000 employers, which speaks volumes."
"I have never seen a company who has such a diverse culture without actually trying. We have the most objective interview and promotion process I have ever seen. Not to mention, nearly every member of the executive team and many other colleagues has children under three. We have a great paternity policy (nearly the same as our maternity policy), which I think is a sign of a company who understands how progressive thinking about gender roles contributes to a better society and business success. "