The work is challenging and never boring. Men are clearly favored for advancement opportunities.
It was a great company to begin with but went south. After being bought
Salary ranges are invisible to most employees, only HR and management have access. Have learned that male counterparts in my same position are making at least 30K more than me, with less experience and fewer skills. New CEO within the past 10 years has stronger vision and direction, and he has started to change things for the better with his implementation of HOS and driving simplicity. But due to the size of the company and the "good ole boy" mentality within the manufacturing businesses, it's been very slow to change. Good news is that a good number of the employees are due to retire within the next 5-10 years (very aged population) and that will hopefully drive out a lot of the stubborness to change.
Not a good place for young working mother who also wants to build a career.
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