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Anonymous shared this review of Iron Mountain, Canada on Nov 10th, 2020
"Be strong. Your voice matters. Set and communicate what your goals are and revisit them with your boss, frequently. "
Anonymous shared this review of Iron Mountain, United States on Jul 19th, 2019
"Depending on your location, some areas of the business have much better opportunities for women. It’s not an awful place to work, but there is certainly room for improvement."
Anonymous shared this review of Iron Mountain, United States on Jul 10th, 2019
"Large corporation with a classic "good ole boy" network that is slowly being dismantled. Change is happening and will continue to progress as long as we continue to add fresh ideas and perspectives. "
Anonymous shared this review of Iron Mountain, United States on Jul 3rd, 2019
"Stay away from this place. Madeleine Albright once said, "There is a special place in hell for women who don't help other women." This is certainly true at Iron Mountain. Strong women are not supported, nor are they appreciated. On the contrary - strong women are treated poorly, they don't get the appreciation they deserve and if strong women speak up for themselves, they are getting put in their place - and not by men, but my other women. "
Anonymous shared this review of Iron Mountain on Dec 3rd, 2017
"Unless you are identified as high-potential, be very careful you don't get too comfortable and stay and become stagnant and unmarketable."
Anonymous shared this review of Iron Mountain on Nov 8th, 2017
"If you’re willing to work hard, demonstrate high integrity and passion there’s a great opportunity at Iron Mountain. Women are developed for promotions, compensated equally, and encouraged to live with balance and prioritize the family "