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Anonymous shared this review of Gannett, United States on May 15th, 2020
"There are more woman in leadership than ever before across every functional area. Sales is sometimes culturally still traditional."
Anonymous shared this review of Gannett on Jun 13th, 2018
"Negotiate for what you what in the beginning of employment. You may not get the raises or promotions you want."
Anonymous shared this review of Gannett on Apr 27th, 2017
"Gannett is in a constant flux keeping up with the market and competitors. Prioritization clarity lacking. Career growth path lacking. Never faced disparity due to gender. Though remote workers have to make an extra extra effort to stand out."
Anonymous shared this review of Gannett on Oct 16th, 2016
"I've worked with many women throughout my Ganneett career and liked that pre-split we had a woman CEO. Have had many colleagues who were working mothers and were able to have schedules that accommodated things like dropoff/pickup, breast feeding, sick kids, etc. "
Anonymous shared this review of Gannett on May 20th, 2016
"You can expect to be paid less than male peers, Taking time off for family is frowned upon but you aren't always asked - so don't volunteer it. Work/life balance just doesn't exist - you have to protect your time fiercly. If you're lucky you'll get a great manager, it's about 50/50. "
"I worked here for 5 years and there is a lot of upward mobility and the opportunities for women are excellent. There are several women in high ranking positions."
"There's a Boys Club amongst upper management and it's blatant. Women are considered to be support roles ."
"Women aren't necessarily trusted nor are their opinions. It took a long time for anyone to actually listen to me or understand that I knew what I was talking about. I've even been shushed before. But I deal with all male departments so my experiences can be different from departments with more women. All of senior management though is male, the majority are white, and all are older. And know that the women of HR don't necessarily have your back. They mean well but they don't really get that tech isn't very welcoming to women."