This company is getting better at hiring women, but retention is not great. There are two directors of engineering who are women, which is great.
The main flaw, is that the engineering division is not good at weeding out jerks during the hiring process. That's not to say there are many jerks, but all it takes is one to make your job miserable.
No paid maternity leave, though the company does pay premiums for part-time-disability after pregnancy at 60% of pay.
It was a very female friendly organization in the earlier times and turned into a male dominated culture in 2 swift leadership changes. I would have watched for it and made my move sooner than later. I wasted time looking for change to recur in a positive fashion as a boys club developed before my eyes.