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Anonymous shared this review of MongoDB, Inc., India on Sep 23rd, 2020
"The unconscious bias exists, and it will take time to fully disappear. The policies are slowly getting initiated and implemented. If you take an individual contributor role, it may still be better. But the teams are very biased and favouritism plays an important part in India office. "
Anonymous shared this review of MongoDB, Inc., United States on Jun 30th, 2019
"It can be a good place for young women especially, although of course most teams are majority male. I've never experienced any sexism IRL but know many people who have"
"There is really strong affinity groups and parental leave policies. "
"This is one of the best companies to work for if you are a woman. The benefits and perks are extremely forward-thinking and benefit the modern working woman. They are also very passionate about promoting more women to leadership positions."
Anonymous shared this review of MongoDB, Inc. on Nov 19th, 2018
"You really have to own your career growth here, no one will hand it to you. Be forthcoming with your goals and your manager will help you get there and grow you."
Anonymous shared this review of MongoDB, Inc. on Jan 12th, 2017
"It's a fast paced intense culture in a good way. Get ready to work long hours. Flex hours/WFH varies from department to department. The work is rewarding and there is a huge opportunity for impact. "
"Overall people are fair, but there's no HR department follow up to complaints, and most women at the company end up having to deal with problems with other employees or their managers. Diversity not great here."
"There are not very many women here. Across the engineering team, I believe we are up to ten female engineers across a department of around eighty people. Other areas of the company are less skewed, but I think many women in the company feel the pressure of being outnumbered. Management is almost entirely male, and almost entirely new to being managers. Some managers are much better than others (mine, for example, is very good) but some do not know how to manage, let alone manage female engineers. The company seems to care about diversity, but doesn't know what to do to make life better for its diverse engineers. People are generally nice, with some exceptions, but you'd find that anywhere."
"Management claims interest in creating a diverse office but does little to implement it. Leadership is male-dominated, especially on the engineering side. Currently there is no head of HR, and past HR heads have been of poor quality. For example, response to harassment incidents has been underwhelming. Hours are flexible and vacation policy is generous. The women who do work here tend to be awesome."