"This can be a great place to work if you're looking for flexibility. As a policy there's no paid maternity leave, but the company does provide private STD coverage that will partially compensate you while you're disabled immediately after giving birth (6 - 8 weeks, typically). The benefits are very good, though the employee contributions are high, especially if you have a family. There's not a lot of opportunity for upward advancement, but if you're on the sales side (aka, producer) you can make good money. "
Overall Job Satisfaction:
Are women & men treated equally?
Does the CEO support gender diversity?
One thing Hub International can improve?
"Improve my compensation"
Level of Flexibility
Work-Life Friendly Attributes:
Did you take Maternity leave?
0 Paid | 20 Unpaid
"I was able to take 20 weeks be combining PDL, FMLA and CFRA (and I had a really complicated pregnancy). The company basically supports what's required by law in your state. Outside of CA, that's likely up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave. "
Would you recommend Hub International to other women?
"It really depends on which location you're working at, and who your supervisor is. The SF Bay Area teams tend to be supportive of women with families by providing flex time and work from home opportunities, but that may not be true of all locations. "