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Anonymous shared this review of Google on Apr 14th, 2018
"They discriminate by leveling you lower than men, and it is very hard to change your level within first 2 yrs setting u up to get less pay and respect than male colleagues. My male colleagues are 10 years less experienced and make double my salary for the same job and performance after 6 years at google. Also, they do not understand women's health. I needed 4 months reduced time off for hormone therapy after miscarriages and it wasnt approved. My colleague left for 6 months to get transgender hormones. I support her change, but i was hospitalized twice, and we lost our baby."
Anonymous shared this review of Google on Apr 4th, 2018
"Generally flexible but not great work-life balance for ambitious career risers seeking to get ahead. "
Anonymous shared this review of Google on Dec 19th, 2017
"The official policies are good re: gender, but you need to make sure you have a good manager who has your back"
Anonymous shared this review of Google on Dec 4th, 2017
"Potentially a great place to grow, but the 'bro' culture amongst especially engineers still runs very deep, and leadership seems unable to understand that it's less about the behaviour of individuals and more about the culture which enables it. "
Anonymous shared this review of Google on Sep 12th, 2017
"Great company, but lots of pockets of chauvenism make it very difficult"