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Anonymous shared this review of General Motors, United States on Jul 3rd, 2019
"Be cautious, it is totally dependent on the team and where you work on whether they are 'women' friendly or not. I have had several incidents happen at work that I felt I had to report. After having working at many other companies, I feel this is the most biased company I have worked for. Including having to fight for promotions, leave roles due to poor supervisor behavior and getting promoted without pay increase. I feel that the Affinity groups and training for employees is great but, isn't followed up on the local level by leadership."
Anonymous shared this review of General Motors, United States on May 3rd, 2019
"Be cautious when considering the Chevrolet team, the leadership does not always value women employees "
Anonymous shared this review of General Motors on Feb 28th, 2019
"It really depends on the team you are on, certain teams are extremely embracing, others still experience the old boys club mentality."
Anonymous shared this review of General Motors on May 8th, 2018
"There are many females in high level executive roles, however it is still difficult to become a leader in this organization. We need to support each other."
Anonymous shared this review of General Motors on Apr 20th, 2018
"You're not going to be promoted unless you are the Ideal Worker - put in a lot of hours and get to know the right people."
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