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"This is an incredible place to work. Instacart took care of it's employees before COVID-19, and since then they've showed up even more. From mental health holidays to flexible schedules to help us make space for our families and ourselves to the increased transparency and communication — I feel so supported. "
"I've been inspired by the female leadership at the company. They are all stellar people - encouraging, pragmatic, whip smart and thoughtful - making it easy to see myself grow happily at the company for years to come. "
Anonymous shared this review of Instacart, United States on Apr 7th, 2020
"Simply know your worth. Be willing to walk away from batches when the pay isn’t what you want it to be. Set a daily goal and once you hit that goal decide whether you will keep working. "
Anonymous shared this review of Instacart, United States on Apr 3rd, 2020
"Instacart is a very progressive employer, and is more sensitive to women's issues than any other employer I've had. There are women's and other minority-driven ERG groups, flexibility around scheduling, and many other benefits. They pay 100% of salary for 6-8 weeks after giving birth, and then you are able to take 12 weeks of fully paid "bonding leave." Bonding leave also applies any parent to bond with their newborn, adopted or foster child. "
Anonymous shared this review of Instacart on Jul 6th, 2017
"Be prepared to work four times as hard as your male colleagues to earn a raise, bonus or promotion. "
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