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Anonymous shared this review of Indeed, United States on Jan 23rd, 2020
"great place to work for women and men. everyone treated equally"
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed, United States on Jan 3rd, 2020
"Very bad place to work. Some employees are singled out and pressured to quit when business is slow. Very hostile work environment."
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed, United States on Dec 13th, 2019
"Ok environment, some flexibility but overall definitely some inequity in leadership "
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed, India on Nov 24th, 2019
"Its been a great place. team is very co operate"
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed, United States on Nov 6th, 2019
"It is not a bad place to work but there are a lot of changes so if that is not what you enjoy, maybe not the right fit."
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed, India on Aug 15th, 2019
"Absolutely not because they do not have a proper HR policy"
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed, United States on Jul 25th, 2019
"Probably a decent place for women under 30 to start a career, but not a great place to grow."
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed, United States on Jul 16th, 2019
"dont. misogynistic, racist, sexist. There are less than 5 black ppl in sales and none are women. Yet they are "working" on diversity. "
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed, India on Jul 16th, 2019
"i will say in word that company provides much more facilities for women employees "
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed, United States on Jun 25th, 2019
"Don't do it. Low pay. Rude attitude. Illegal employment practices - wants to hire someone as a 1099 employee to avoid payment of taxes but then treats them like a W-2 employee. "
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed, United States on Jun 13th, 2019
"Indeed states that it is all about diversity and inclusion, but when standing up for those values requires more than hosting a happy hour or creating some posters around the office, Indeed does not always walk the talk. "
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed, United States on Apr 23rd, 2019
"Indeed is a leader in the market and offers great benefits, including 16 weeks of maternity leave. It would be great to see more women in executive leadership roles, as well as stronger alignment on goals "
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed, Australia on Apr 15th, 2019
"They hired me as a freelance translator and never paid me for my work, just stopped replying to my e-mails. I also was hired to translate but they made me to draw tables and graphs, all for the same very low price. Demanded the next day turnover and did not pay the rush fee. In fact, they did not pay me at all."
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed on Jan 24th, 2019
"nice work place we will get to learn new technologies and work culture is good"
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed on Dec 5th, 2018
"Although I do think the business has some way to go with promoting more women in leadership positions, what company doesn't? Indeed has recognised the issue and is making plans to change it. I love working at Indeed as I can bring my whole self to work and it offers all the flexibility I need to have a great work/life balance. I am sure when I have children Indeed will support be in anyway they can."
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed on Nov 13th, 2018
"Indeed is a great place but has very little female presence in executive leadership and overall headcount in the Product and Engineering orgs."
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed on Nov 7th, 2018
"Be yourself! Indeed is super inclusive and promotes female's (and everyone's) growth in the workplace. If you have questions or concerns, speak up. Senior leadership has always been responsive to employee questions, and we even have a platform to ask them questions directly (both online and in our monthly meetings) to get candid responses. "
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed on Aug 21st, 2018
"Fledgling company with an experienced management, inconsistent policies and procedures. No People skills whatsoever."
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed on Aug 15th, 2018
"It’s a great place to work for as a woman"
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed on Aug 13th, 2018
"This is the best place I’ve worked with regard to focus and concern about diversity. There is always room for improvement of course and I’m proud to work at a company that takes it seriously."
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed on Jul 16th, 2018
"Be ready to work just as hard as a man and not get the same recognition!"
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed on Mar 24th, 2018
"They do not value D&I here, not matter what they say. One woman in Sr. Leadership - This place is run by a top-down boys club. All decisions are made in a shroud of mystery by males who are trying to be to a larger solutions company but are still acting like a transactional job board by measuring sales folks on meetings and quarterly quotas. It is clear that they are out of touch about what actually happens in the field and what their clients need. I would also tell a candidate to be careful what you are "sold" in your job interview. I have heard of many bait and switch situations for new hires. In addition, the tout "unlimited" time off, but it is looked down upon and they fully expect for you to be checking email while out."
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed on Nov 1st, 2017
"Great maternity leave and support. Other than that, not a lot of women at the top which is discouraging."
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed on Oct 20th, 2017
"It is a good place to work with different inclusion groups."
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed on Oct 6th, 2017
"It's a company that values families and moms. It has beautiful mom's rooms for nursing moms and its easy to work remote when needed. There is also great backup care. "
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed on Sep 29th, 2017
"The all white, male senior leadership team is discouraging for women. The "President's" secretary is a former lingerie model. They hired one woman for our senior leadership team who is the worst representation of a woman in business. She's posts trashy photos on social media, dresses risqué and loves booze. "
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed on May 6th, 2017
"It's a frat house. Women aren't always welcome in the frat house."
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed on Apr 19th, 2017
" They talk a big game when it comes to trying to improve gender diversity and leadership opportunities for women but they don't actually deliver. It's a boys club and the women who are in positions of leadership are cliquy and cut through… If you don't play the game and stay in the inner circle you will be quickly bullied and targeted by female leaders as a threat. They promote their friends whether or not they are the most qualified candidates and have no problem lying to maintain their position of power or to climb the ladder themselves. It's shocking how even our female diversity and inclusion director raise a complaint about these very things and was shut down by RSVP of HR because he is just as guilty as the rest of them when it comes to the politics and turning a blind eye if it doesn't suit him. They dismiss all complaints as rantings from bitter and jaded employees and are quick to admonish entire global teams if any negative feedback surfaces on websites like glass door. It's all a ruse and frankly quite sad considering the mission of this company and all of the PR it puts out to clients about creating and supporting a diverse and inclusive workplace. "
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed on Mar 29th, 2017
"Indeed is a great company indeed! The whole leadership team for my role consists of men only so far. "
Anonymous shared this review of Indeed on Mar 22nd, 2017
"Indeed overall has a great culture and policies - work from home/remotely, flexible work hours, great parental/caregiver leave, open PTO, mother rooms with sinks, etc. That being said, awareness for why we need to have tough conversations around inclusion and diversity is in its infancy, we need more structure and training around unconscious bias, ally skills training, etc."