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Anonymous shared this review of iHeartMedia, United States on Aug 6th, 2020
"Not certain if all parts of iHeartMedia are as old school, but this was a very challenging place to work as a woman. Old school radio boys club with limited respect for differing opinions and views. Highly suggest not working here."
Anonymous shared this review of iHeartMedia, United States on May 5th, 2020
"Sexism is most apparent in opportunities, promotions, and women in leadership positions. There are barely any women in leadership across the entire organization, even at the local level. The culture is also an old boys club and is very aggressive and men make little effort to include women. "
Anonymous shared this review of iHeartMedia, United States on May 20th, 2019
"Yes, ability of work and promotions are gender neutral. I have felt no discrimination here."
Anonymous shared this review of iHeartMedia on Feb 22nd, 2019
"Find yourself a few good friends to survive the inevitable mansplaining moments"
Anonymous shared this review of iHeartMedia on Jan 22nd, 2018
"Work/life balance can be a challenge ...boys club at times"
Anonymous shared this review of iHeartMedia on Nov 22nd, 2017
"Company only rewards those who have been there 10 plus years. If you’re a female between the ages of 20-35 who’s looking to have children in the next few years, I would stay clear of this company. Refer to glassdoor reviews if you need further proof of their shady practices."
"Best opportunity as a female to get your voice heard in the company is to work for a female leader in the company. "
"Run as fast as you can! Find a new company, there's no future here."
Anonymous shared this review of iHeartMedia on Jun 22nd, 2017
"Do NOT work in the DC office ever, it's full of misogyny. The SVP and one of the other VP's are best friends and say derogatory comments towards women in the workplace, treat them poorly, and even made me cry at one point."
Anonymous shared this review of iHeartMedia on Nov 14th, 2016
"Be prepared to be your own advocate, and be prepared for more men to get promoted/raises than you despite that. "
Anonymous shared this review of iHeartMedia on Jul 26th, 2016
"Fairly decent place to work. So far, I've been lucky."