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Anonymous shared this review of Henkel, United States on Apr 2nd, 2021
"Henkel truly values diversity, equity, and inclusion. The company is working hard to make sure that all employees can bring their whole selves to work. I have never felt more supported by a company than I do at Henkel."
Anonymous shared this review of Henkel, United States on Feb 18th, 2021
"Henkel is a great place to work with wonderful benefits for women . Paid parental leave is a big new benefit for 2021 that I am really excited about. Depending on the area you are in, you can also enjoy scheduling flexibility. Henkel has many female leaders who are wonderful mentors. There is no pay inequity, that I have seen, either. Henkel encourages everyone to push themselves to the limit...and then some!"
"I have always been developed at Henkel. My support has come equally from men and women over my 20 year tenure. The organization makes credible effort to create a culture of D&I, understands their gaps, and strives to improve. "
"Strong multi-national organization : growth & development opportunities available. Working on more female executive-level leadership but not there yet."
"I have been a Henkel employee for eight years and I started here as an intern. I stayed post internship because I truly enjoyed the people I worked with. The HR people, the managers, the employees are all good people who want enjoy working together and want to do the best they can for Henkel. I have had the great opportunity to "grow up" at Henkel and I am currently a new mom. I am constantly impressed with how Henkel has supported me through my pregnancy, my leave and my return. New benefits have been introduced (increased paid parental leave, increased IVF benefits, etc) and I am very grateful that I am a part of a company that can support me and my career aspirations but also support me as a parent. "
"#Diversity is part of our DNA here in #Henkel, we lean in & help each others... become #StrongerTogether"
"Henkel invests in and celebrates the success of women at work, and its inclusive culture is displayed through Employee Resource Groups."
"Henkel is committed to diversity and is currently in the middle of a culture change within the company that will foster this even more. "
"The company has done a lot of self-reflection in regards to their D&I gaps. They have made some serious investment in D&I in the last few months that I believe will be positive for the company. Change is happening, even if it takes time, I believe they'll get there. "
"I started at Henkel as an intern and 11 years later still with the company however now in a different country. I found Henkel US to be an inclusive environment where I had a lot of support throughout my career. I felt that I was given opportunities to develop myself via trainings/mentoring, as well as develop within my career. On top of being able to develop myself, I found the atmosphere to be fun. I had a lot of great colleagues that made work enjoyable. One improvement area would be to limit the number of expats coming into the US in top management positions and allow the local teams to grow and take these positions over. I think there is already a lot of improvement in this area, but still some ways to go."
Anonymous shared this review of Henkel, Canada on Jan 13th, 2021
"Its a great and inclusive place to be in. Its a place where management listens and celebrates what is both common and different. Henkel believes in doing the right thing "Inclusion and fairness in the workplace""
"Henkel is committed to being a diverse and inclusive employer for all people. While there are still improvements that can be made, leadership is actively working on addressing these measures. I feel valued, appreciated, and heard-- as an employee and a woman. "
"I work in an area in which men are rather under represented so I cannot really speak about any obstacles I would have had as a woman. In general and as for probably most companies, there could be more women at leadership levels. Henkel is very open to this, with a culture though that encourages entrepreneurship, speaking up and raising your voice for ideas, next steps and requires a lot of initiative. I have seen more men taking the initiative, to "do a great job and talk about it" and self-promote. This would be my advise for women at Henkel: be proactive!"
Anonymous shared this review of Henkel, United States on Jan 21st, 2020
"Overall, Henkel is an employer with good work/life balance, average paid parental leave, and nice employees. However, salary is below average and little to no women hold executive roles. Even at lower levels, women in management positions seem much more qualified than their male counterparts. "
Anonymous shared this review of Henkel, United States on Oct 10th, 2019
"The people in the company are fabulous but there are major reorganizations on an extremely regular basis. Women often seem to lose out in the new structures, and then they try after the fact to improve it. Seems like more focus on this during the reorganization planning could help. "
Anonymous shared this review of Henkel, United States on Jul 10th, 2019
"There's a women leadership group that is worth joining. There are a few females in truly powerful positions, but not enough."
Anonymous shared this review of Henkel, United States on Jun 18th, 2019
"Things move slowly. It is a bit confusing to figure out all the politics and how things work in terms of International and US work structures. Leadership seems to be constantly promoting 'move fast' work like an entrepreneur, however decisions are handled very old fashioned and lots of levels to go through before anything can be done. "