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Anonymous shared this review of Hasbro Inc., United States on May 8th, 2020
"Be careful of the boys' club. And if you have an opinion, be careful with that, too. If it's not the party line, it can be political suicide. Sometimes you need to cater to senior management's ego if you are going to survive."
Anonymous shared this review of Hasbro Inc., United States on Dec 20th, 2019
"Find a mentor or build a strong bond with your direct supervisor for promotion opportunities. Make sure its someone who will advocate for you."
Anonymous shared this review of Hasbro Inc. on Jul 6th, 2018
"my team was unwelcoming but hopefully others are more gender even."
Anonymous shared this review of Hasbro Inc. on Jun 18th, 2018
"Depending where you are at with your career and personal goals, the company may or may not be a good fit. Females hold leadership positions but for what I see have very limited abilities to effect changes. If you are at a point where you want to effect change and exercise leadership skills and advance your career, it’s not the place for you, the fear and avoidance of conflict is pervasive and starts with CEO direct reports. Culture is all about keeping peace and avoiding confrontation or even healthy debate at all costs. No innovation at all as management understands the need to change as criticism. If you look at this point to be more domestic oriented they offer very nice benefits for moms and families. Go with the flow, raise no waves and you will be happy."