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Anonymous shared this review of Georgia Pacific on Oct 8th, 2018
"Expect frequent changes in process, leadership, roles, etc. No maternity leave. Facilities at corporate are more friendly to women and non cis-men than facilities in other locations."
Anonymous shared this review of Georgia Pacific on Apr 20th, 2018
"The culture in general is supportive of women; however policies could be better."
Anonymous shared this review of Georgia Pacific on Mar 2nd, 2018
"Get in with the right group of people then work hard. Follow Corp culture!"
Anonymous shared this review of Georgia Pacific on Jul 18th, 2017
"Antiquated processes and thinking when it comes to managing people. Management oblivous for need to change. Good ole boy club."
Anonymous shared this review of Georgia Pacific on Jul 17th, 2017
"I would not recommend this company unless they know the person they will be reporting to. There is a great deal of abuse and HR does not care. "
Anonymous shared this review of Georgia Pacific on Sep 29th, 2016
"Building Products Division is not recommended at this time. Other divisions appear to have more opportunities for women."
"Some locations are better than others. Local politics influence work environment heavily."
"Its a good ol boys club especially if you want to progress to sales."
"I worked here 2 years and there are many females in the sales force but very few females in leadership roles. The bonus structure is completely subjective, they decide whether you contributed to your results or not, and it is not even close to the 100% of your salary that they communicated through the recruiting process. They will promote individuals to replace directors but not give title changes. I have personally witnessed that females are underpaid v. their male counterparts."
"Be prepared to work 12 hours for anfew months straight. Good leaders but they ate forced to be micro managed by higher ups and it causes a division in the dept."
"I've worked here for 24 plus years there are women working here but some jobs are not offered. I believe they are somewhat treated fairly but Men advance much faster then women. I took maturity leave once out of four children and worked my regular job two weeks before due date. Working shift work is challenging and you need a strong marriage and support from family."
"There are many women that work in management and supporting roles. Typically your age is more of a soft spot versus your gender. They only have unpaid maternity leave, government mandated, but it's generally a nice place to work. The company is definitely male-dominated, especially in technical roles, but the culture is SLOWLY changing."