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Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc, United States on Aug 12th, 2019
"I feel supported and encouraged to grow within the company. I work primarily with women leads in my division of Intuit (time tracking). It is a safe space that promotes women in all areas. Benefits are amazing and supportive of maternity leave and return to work. Intuit is constantly looking for ways to improve."
"I have never felt as supported (professionally and personally) as I do at Intuit—right down to having a personal nutritional and fitness coach! Also, I'm on a team where over 50 percent are women, and many leadership roles are held by women. It makes a huge difference."
"I was really worried about being the only parent on my extended team of 20 but any concerns were quickly washed away by the support and flexibility provided. Whether its nursing-only rooms, subsidized backup care, flexibility to work remotely anytime I need it or 4 months of fully paid maternity leave, the culture and policies at Intuit really support moms. For example, my male VP will call out that he's going to take a meeting from home so that he can spend more time with his teenagers. Fantastic place to work!"
"Be careful the managers that you get under. There is rampant favoritism. In my department we are about 40% women, but 100% of the men have been promoted and the last woman was promoted 4 years ago. You are put in a position to ask for your promotion yourself, you won't be recognized for promotion until you ask for it - which study and study again prove that women don't ask. I also recently got asked to speak at a conference and when my director found out he said that I was stealing someone else's thunder on my team because he wanted them to speak."
"Intuit employees truly act in alignment with our core values. And we are all encouraged to bring our "whole selves" to work, and share our diverse insights. "
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