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Anonymous shared this review of Interbrand, United States on Aug 7th, 2019
"Over the past few years, I have noticed as the old male-dominated disciplines added smart young women. There is solid representation at the senior level, too."
Anonymous shared this review of Interbrand on Mar 20th, 2019
"Working at Interbrand still means working with high-level, high-visibility clients — so it's still a valuable add to your resume. Find someone in leadership, whether they're your manager or not, to advocate for you early on, and you'll have an easier time — or, at least, someone to talk you through this. "
Anonymous shared this review of Interbrand on May 8th, 2018
"We are actively working on elevating and hiring more women into leadership roles. "
Anonymous shared this review of Interbrand on Oct 26th, 2017
"Keep your head down and wait to decide whom to include in your tribe. Like anywhere else, there are some good folks, but the system often sets us up to be competitors with each other rather than supporters of each other."
Anonymous shared this review of Interbrand on Aug 6th, 2017
"Some women are easily threatened by other women. They will be interested in making life very difficult for you. "
Anonymous shared this review of Interbrand on Oct 30th, 2016
"The benefits package is not what they claim. 401K match, bonus and profit sharing are at their discretion. They never choose to give them out. I know employees who had the same compensation for 4 years with no raise. I was misinformed about several policies, until I needed to make use of them. "
Anonymous shared this review of Interbrand on Jul 11th, 2016
"Good for entry level employees, but not great for more seasoned workers, especially women."
Anonymous shared this review of Interbrand on Mar 21st, 2016
"There are many smart women in the rank-and-file here, but leadership is a closed boys club. There is a nice environment at pre-executive levels, where women are definitely respected and leading as much as they can. There definitely seems to be a glass ceiling here, and the maternity leave policy does not help. Sure, with disability you can get five weeks paid which is better than the national requirement, but it still pales in comparison to what many larger companies offer."