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Anonymous shared this review of Kimberly-Clark Corporation, United Kingdom on Nov 24th, 2020
"Not much diversity, a lot of men in senior positions. However company does respect family time and I have lots of flexibility in my timekeeping."
Anonymous shared this review of Kimberly-Clark Corporation on Sep 10th, 2018
"Flexible environment but still a lot of work to be done "
Anonymous shared this review of Kimberly-Clark Corporation on Nov 28th, 2017
"Very flexible teams and family-friendly environment; however, more junior staff can work longer hours and on the weekends if necessary. "
Anonymous shared this review of Kimberly-Clark Corporation on Aug 3rd, 2017
"Kimberly-Clark is a great place to work, however, your experience will depend on which division and/or department you happen to be in. Some departments are tougher for women advancement, like sales or R&E. Unfortunately, transparency is lacking and I see this as a big deterrent for trust creation - how can I trust my manager cares about my career?"
Anonymous shared this review of Kimberly-Clark Corporation on Jul 26th, 2017
"As a Mom you will love it here! I feel like I can leave to my children's events at school or appointments without a second thought, the flexibility is great!"
Anonymous shared this review of Kimberly-Clark Corporation on May 12th, 2016
"Very hard to balance a family and a role in KC, especially if higher than a Grade 10. Sales is hard for females, very good old boy focused."
"Generally fair treatment. Very meeting heavy which creates challenges for me at times as a working mom trying to block and keep time for pediatrician appointments. Always find a way so far but it can be an added source of stress at times. Some offices offer great versatility of you need it while others are more into face time. Lots of opportinities for new experiences & growth of you prove yourself."
"there are few women in high level roles - but even then they are not treated as equals. The good ole boys club is alive and well - and flourishing. There are not benefits that you would expect from a family care company - no child care, limited maternity leave, no break on products, etc."