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Anonymous shared this review of MGM Resorts International on Mar 10th, 2018
"There's a lot of women sitting in executive and c-suite roles which indicates that there's a lot of upward mobility for women seeking to grow. "
Anonymous shared this review of MGM Resorts International on Jul 18th, 2017
"There are teams that are great and supportive of all members. Others, not so much."
Anonymous shared this review of MGM Resorts International on Aug 12th, 2016
"No place is perfect but MGMRI genuinely works to promote diversity. There are a lot of women in mid-management. I would like to see more in Senior Leadership."
Anonymous shared this review of MGM Resorts International on Jul 18th, 2016
"Fair for the most part, in my line of work still a good old boys club though"
Anonymous shared this review of MGM Resorts International on Mar 31st, 2016
"They are understanding if your children are sick, work strictly 9-5 with no overtime, have mothers rooms"
Anonymous shared this review of MGM Resorts International on Mar 21st, 2016
"While I worked at this company I saw male counter-parts who put in literally half the time and effort that I did move upward at a much faster rate, while earning higher salaries and bonuses than I did every step of the way. I was given the same or even higher level of work and responsibilities as the men in my department while not earning the promotions or salaries that they were given. I was told that I had to work longer hours than the men in my department because I was a young, single woman with no spouse or children to take care of, despite the fact that there were also single men in my department. My work was constantly over-analyzed and questioned, while the male analysts never had to support their work. I was referred to as "little girl" by a male counterpart who also would introduce me to other company employees as "his" analyst, even though we were at the same level, and he also would constantly draw comparisons between his toddler daughter and myself. I did not feel valued or comfortable during my time at this company, and instead often felt demeaned, undermined, and intimidated."