Gender balance is pretty good among all departments, but upper management is predominantly men. Many women have taken 6-12 week maternity leaves or intermittent or month-long family medical leaves to take care of sick children or parents; men have taken shorter (2-4 weeks) parental leaves. There does not seem to be any penalty for it other than the financial hit as there is little paid leave, though HR is helpful with filing for NJ FML and STD leave. Health insurance benefits are pretty good. Gender seems less a potential basis for discrimination in promotions than lack of fluency in Chinese.
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Relatively little paid leave (7 holidays, 3 sick, 10 vacation, no personal) but people frequently took unpaid leave for family reasons and were never denied those requests. No option to work remotely. Evening work and/or overnight travel required about once per month, often with little advance notice.
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