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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. "
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc, United States on Aug 5th, 2019
"It's been absolutely amazing. Both women and men in leadership are as equally supportive of women and men in the office and organization. They care about you as an individual and not just an employee. Every measure is done to ensure you succeed and enable you. It's great knowing and feeling like I have men in my corner that will rally for me and the other women. Other women are also fantastic at enabling other females, helping you grow and spending extra time with you to help you succeed. I've never once felt like I wasn't getting a fair opportunity because I was a woman."
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc, United States on Aug 2nd, 2019
"I loved my work with Turbo Tax/Intuit. It’s seasonal and that works out with the kids school schedules. The pay is reasonable and is in line industry wide. I love working with customers and solving their problems. It’s very rewarding. "
"Intuit truly allows you to "bring your whole self to work" so you can "do the best work of your lives". The workplace and culture at Intuit include all the elements needed to thrive and be successful. It's up to you to take advantage of them."
"Intuit offers a competitive compensation package. Also, check out the benefits such as our gym, fitness reimbursement, parental leave, charity donations, and 401k matching."
"Intuit is the best company I have worked for. I love the people, the culture, the focus on diversity and inclusion, the customer driven innovation, challenging work, supportive environment, the ability for everyone to make an impact and the flexibility. "
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc, United States on Jul 24th, 2019
"Intuit's culture is unlike any other company I've experienced. Diversity, inclusion, and belonging aren't just buzzwords. You see it every day in the different employees you collaborate with and the variety of ideas you encounter. It's a great place to learn and grow your career and a place with a challenging, inspiring mission. I love coming to work every day and I appreciate that they take work-life balance seriously and actually trust their employees to get work done while keeping a flexible schedule. "
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc, United States on Jun 28th, 2019
"Its a great place to work. I enjoyed my time there."
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on Mar 21st, 2019
"very supportive work culture. resources are available to enable me to do my work."
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on Mar 18th, 2019
"Trust your gut when considering a role at Intuit. There are pockets of awesome. "
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on Feb 22nd, 2019
"awesome company - really embraces Diversity and Inclusion and is doing a lot to focus on gender equality, equal pay and create an environment of belonging"
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on Nov 7th, 2018
"Pursue the highest level of opportunity you can get interviewed for since it is very difficult to get promoted."
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on Oct 8th, 2018
"Expect your male counterparts to not take all of their PTO or paid paternity leave. Many state they don't know what they would do with all that time at home. Set the example for your team by taking your leave and don't feel guilty. I have yet to see anyone negatively impacted by taking time off. Prepare to be underrepresented. At least in my segment, TSheets, we have no active push to hire more women into development. I work on the hiring team, and I have yet to hear of our recruiter actively reaching out to more women to get them to apply. This also means you may be asked to be the token female for say hiring or attending recruiting events. If you don't want to go, speak up and don't go. You shouldn't feel compelled to attend or sign up for anything you don't want to. Focus on your career goals."
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on Aug 5th, 2018
"Overall good benefits and lots of flexibility to work at home. If commuting, lots of free commuting options."
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on May 11th, 2018
"The BU that I am in needs to evolve it's culture to actually be inclusive instead of purely saying that it is inclusive and diverse. I've experienced frequent microaggressions working with male-dominated teams. Promotions seem very difficult to attain and steeped in unconscious bias. "
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on Feb 22nd, 2018
"Generally, I think women are treated equally (marketing teams have a lot of power at Intuit, and a good portion of the employees on those teams are women). However, you'll notice quickly that many of the leaders are white males. I also sense that the people who get the most attention are often times the men who talk the loudest in meetings. I don't think that there is much sensitivity training for (male) managers (after I got married, both my direct manager and director when I'm planning to have kids -- completely unacceptable)."
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on Feb 3rd, 2018
"8 weeks paid maternity. Pretty good hours. Work from home flexibility varies by team and situation."
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on Jul 30th, 2017
"In general, this company is great for women. But there are pockets that aren't as much. Also, the recent trend towards more technical product managers and push to "all-in" workers definitely has hurt the gender ratios. "
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on Jul 23rd, 2017
"Great company culture! Intuit cares about its employees and promotes work-life balance. "
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on Jul 18th, 2017
"Lots of women leadership, truly 50/50 ratio in leadership roles."
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on May 10th, 2017
"A really great place work, equality is taken very seriously. "
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on May 1st, 2017
"Good company to work for. However each manager has their own vision and terms for work/life balance, etc"
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on Dec 9th, 2016
"Intuit is a great company. Solid culture and good pay with fantastic benefits. They do alot to create a great culture."
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on Oct 16th, 2016
"Lots of focus and commitment to women - especially women in tech. Rich environment for learning, people-friendly culture and lots of work-life balance. "
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on Aug 29th, 2016
"Women tend to sabotage other women. Salary comp is not market value"
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on Jul 14th, 2016
"Great work life balance, good number of women in tech close to 45%. I haven't experienced anything negative so far."
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on Jul 12th, 2016
"Intuit has a strong culture that emphasises being "nice" - it is generally preferred by women as opposed to agressive cultures elsewhere in the valley. "
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on Jul 9th, 2016
"Great examples of women in leadership positions and throughout the org."
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on Jul 8th, 2016
"Intuit is great for work-life balance. I've worked there for 20+ years and never experienced sexism. "
"Good opportunities for women here, but you can't take them for granted. You have to be your own advocate."
"We host great events for Women in Tech, like Girl Geek Dinners, provide guidance for Grace Hopper participation, etc."
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on Jul 6th, 2016
"Good opportunities for women here, but you can't take them for granted. You have to be your own advocate."
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on May 18th, 2016
"My experience is 3 years old so I can't give a current perspective on them. I was a remote contractor whose job went full time but moved to another state. What I'd say is, they don't yet VALUE the impact of lost talent due to remote work arrangements."
Anonymous shared this review of Intuit, Inc on May 16th, 2016
"It's very nice. I love helping people They let me help lots of people."
"Compared to other companies in Silicon Valley, Intuit is amazing to women and employees in general. However, there is an uneven (80% men, 20% ladies) number of women in leadership and in the number of women invited to be in leadership development programs as you go up the ladder. So first level leadership (manager) is pretty even but senior manager, director, VP is heavily biased towards men. It is great to work here if you have a great boss...but it can also be very hard to get promoted as a woman and almost impossible to break into the 'club' of men and few-but-guarded women leaders. Intuit gives great maternity leave and it is a really flexible workplace so you often can shift your hours around when needed to go to appointments, kids stuff, etc. Overall, thumbs up for women but there's still a long way to go for women in leadership."
"Benefits are great as far as health. Long term employment gets your more benefits. You can end up paying out a lot in the end, but worth it. Being a women it depends on your boss and hope liberal and flexible to kid and preg they are."
"Pretty fair overall but can differ from group to group"
"Women and men are treated fairly and there is a lot of opportunity for growth and advancement. I worked in sales and management for a division of Intuit called Demandforce. Intuit purchased Demandforce about four years ago and there were a lot of changes taking place the last few years. I worked insane amounts of hours and I watched employees come and go far too frequently. The company needs to focus more on customer retention and developing a stronger support team to assist the sales rep with accounts. It was quantity versus quality and I never felt like my job was safe. Again, I was in sales so it's a different vibe than other departments. Sales is known for being demanding and competitive, but the expectations were unrealistic. Although the product was amazing and beneficial to its users, there wasn't enough support available to our clients and too many external factors that would prevent reps from hitting their quota, and therefore quitting or getting fired."
"Like a lot of companies, experiences at intuit vary based on the organization. There does seem to be a lot of unconscious bias and a lack of awareness that it exists. There isn't a strong network of women at intuit so it can be hard to meet others."
"I haven't worked here long enough. But they do promote people internally. I haven't been able to network much due to my commute."
"Work varies greatly based on what part of the company/business unit you are in. So do the number of female leaders - some have many, some almost none. A strong company culture that values employees and treats them well. recent focus on growing Technical Women."
"It's a pure boys club"