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Anonymous shared this review of Mcgraw-Hill, United States on Jan 20th, 2021
"I have been here much longer than I expected thanks to their work-life policies and general stability. However, salary increases have stalled for the past few years, benefits have been reduced, and employee turnover (especially at higher levels) is greater than I've ever seen. "
Anonymous shared this review of Mcgraw-Hill, United States on Oct 26th, 2019
"The climate is unstable right now due to merger talks. As a woman SME, I often had my judgment second guessed. I was also coached on how to make the male engineers more amenable to listening to me as a woman."
Anonymous shared this review of Mcgraw-Hill on Mar 27th, 2018
"Watch your back. Watch your mouth. Watch your manager. Management likes to throw people under the bus to protect themselves."
Anonymous shared this review of Mcgraw-Hill on Nov 29th, 2017
"You are going to have to fight to get paid well. They pay poorly basically across the board as far as I can tell. Not a recipe for retention."
Anonymous shared this review of Mcgraw-Hill on Feb 9th, 2017
"The women are"
"Almost all of the managers are men. When it comes to corporate 'bonding' events the women make up the planning committee and the men tell them what they want planned. Women typically spend more time working as contractors before getting hired full time than men do."
"I've worked with MHE for several years and feel like women are have the same opportunity for equal pay as well as leadership roles. There are top female leader and VP level managers who are female and respected for their skills, regardless of gender. Top Sales Reps (of both genders) are recognized for their success! I've never once felt like I was a part of something where I was less valued because I was a female. I have many strong mentors and role models in my company that are female, and I have no doubt, should I chose to rise in ranks in my company, I would be evaluated for my skills and ability rather than my gender."
"be prepared if you work for mcgraw hill education to do many many tasks for nominal pay. no recognition, friendly people are few"
"Do your research. Get to know who you work for. That can be the difference."
"the work at home positions are convenient for a double income family; I dont recommend this for a single parent household."
"Management is male dominated. Business model includes outsourcing for development as well as some other roles."