I've worked in my current position for 3 years. The people I work with are smart and friendly. However, i dont feel appreciated in this company and feel that a lot of politics come into play when it comes to giving promotions.
In the 7 years that Iâ€™ve been with this company, Iâ€™ve received several promotions and felt that I was treated equally to my male and female peers with regards to base pay and bonus. At times it is difficult to find work life balance with many exciting and big projects, but the culture is typically flexible so itâ€™s all about the quality and impact of your work and not about the amount of time you are in the office. The environment is collaborative and my ideas are heard. Affinity groups have been a great way to connect with others, providing safe forums for discussion, and for networking. I would recommend this company to other woman as a great place to work- and one that is continually looking for ways to do even better.
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Lady anon52Staffing Associate, University Recruiting
I've worked here for roughly 2 years and have quickly moved up in roles and level. I work with a majority of female managers and associates (I'm in HR) and feel my thoughts are heard and my value to the team is known. I look forward to continuing to grow in this company and plan to stay as far as my career path will take me.
I have worked there for 17 years. I had major illness and later twins and I have always had support from my managers and co-workers. It's a good role with interesting work and there's nothing to complain about except the terrible traffic to and from work.
I have worked for this company a long time and stayed through having 2 kids. I was with the team for a while and built up my credibility before having kids, so that helped. With my second kid I was managing a team and had more responsibilities, so it was more challenging. I moved to a individual contributor role to help with better work life balance but the career trajectory definitely slows down.