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"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. "