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Anonymous shared this review of HDR, United States on Aug 2nd, 2021
"It is a very sexist organization and women in leadership are non-existent. When complaints are reported to management, the response is the culture of the company is old school and they are good old boys. Get with the times. "
Anonymous shared this review of HDR on Oct 19th, 2018
"You have to be your own advocate. I am very vocal when I see an issue or want to change a process. I have found my managers are willing to listen and accomodate requests. But I have to initiate discussions for change of my role or project responsibiliites."
Anonymous shared this review of HDR on Nov 2nd, 2017
"Avoid the central US regions. Coastal, northern and southern seem to be better."
"Women are generally treated equal here but there are large pockets of the old boys club. Very few women in top leadership roles. Noticeable differences in pay between men and women in my field with same level of education and experience. No paternity leave. Maternity leave is taking first 2 weeks unpaid and/or use up PTO then short term disability kicks in. For a vaginal delivery it provides 2/3 pay for 4 weeks (6 weeks for c-section). Then you can take an additional 6 weeks unpaid for 12 weeks off total. While on unpaid you'll have to pay company back to cover benefits (insurance, 401k contributions, etc)."
"Plenty of women in middle management, but not upper management. This is an employee-owned company, which means any spending on benefits comes out of the company's stock price. HDR seems slow to change but not outright unfair to women."