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Anonymous shared this review of Garmin, United States on Jun 30th, 2019
"There's not much to say, generally supportive environment and mentorship structure"
Anonymous shared this review of Garmin, United States on May 23rd, 2019
"You have to exceed what the men do or they think you are not doing enough. The ability to train women is lacking because the people in management get awkward around the opposite sex. Some people in management positions also do not agree with women working when they have children to raise."
Anonymous shared this review of Garmin on May 5th, 2018
"The company didn't speak up much about diversity & inclusion. There are not many women in leadership positions, it felt like a very "male dominated" company, and the men in charge don't seem to value diversity & inclusion very much. They seemed to do the minimum (ensuring the hiring/promotion process is fair) and nothing more. They did not budge on expanding benefits that would help attract and retain women - paid parental leave, flex time, unlimited sick/family sick leave. There are a few managers who allow more flexibility and support D&I, but it is not a value of the company as a whole. "
Anonymous shared this review of Garmin on Jan 12th, 2018
"Garmin is an amazing company, that supports diversity and inclusion and has a actively engaged women's business forum that helps and supports other females connect, learn and grow. "
Anonymous shared this review of Garmin on Mar 21st, 2016
"This is a pretty dead end job. Raises are nearly non existent. Being pregnant and working here was difficult. Pumping at work was difficult. HR here don't know their own policies and they will not admit when they make mistakes. They say they are supportive of mothers and pumping and family. That is not how I have been treated."