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Anonymous shared this review of Johnson & Johnson, United States on Mar 30th, 2022
"Good place to work--however it's a massive organization so really climbing the ladder is a matter of time and if you have sponsorship. There's definitely a more conservative culture overall and you do need to be bro-y with many of the men in senior positions to connect with them. Not a bad place to float but not a great place to really reach high and grow (unless you have sponsorship which is difficult to get)."
Anonymous shared this review of Johnson & Johnson, United States on Mar 9th, 2022
"I have loved working for JNJ the past five years. I have become a mother of 2 during this time and had three different roles + 3 different managers. Everyone is very understanding of family commitments and is very open to talking about this. Even my male colleagues/bosses. There are many opportunities for growth and the company is pushing more to bring more equality between men and women."
Anonymous shared this review of Johnson & Johnson, United States on Jan 27th, 2022
"The company talks about diversity, but they are selective about who diversity is for. Being a woman of color, this company really disappoints me. None of that is true for me. It's a very hopeless feeling when you come to work, do the best you can and are very good at your job, but are looked over, passed by and ignored as an integral team member."
Anonymous shared this review of Johnson & Johnson, United States on Jan 25th, 2022
"Cut throat, very male dominated in all positions. Male managers do not like to be questioned."
Anonymous shared this review of Johnson & Johnson, United States on Oct 6th, 2021
"Great development opportunities, and lots of possibilities to advance your careers if you put in the work"
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