(Winged ratings measure job satisfaction on scale of 1 to 5)
"Interesting work; collegial environment. Despite working with a lot of alpha male finance types, women were treated fairly and promoted to highly visible leadership roles."
"Some areas of the company are open to female leaders, but the majority of the senior executives are male and the women at the top function in a Queen Bee mentality, not enabling other women to rise. Ironically the women leading this company's women's initiative committee are the ones preventing other women from rising."
"The organization is not the best place to grow your career, but has great flexibility if that is your priority."
"Maybe - it isn't enough that I would specifically recommend not looking into it"
"The level of flexibility seems to vary by team, but overall, the culture at the firm is very supportive of families, work/life balance. "
"Amazing family-friendly culture and benefits. Paid maternity leave (100% for 12 weeks after a year of service!), awesome medical coverage and a dependent care FSA are a big advantage for this mama. Lots of smart, friendly women and men who are approachable and great to work with. $1000 self-education stipend for you to use on books, classes, memberships or subscriptions. Leadership truly cares about advancing the prospects of women in our industry."
"If you can find ways that things can be improved, speak your ideas, they will be heard."
"Great maternity policy, flexible hours if necessary, lots of women in leadership"
Anonymous shared this review of Morningstar on Mar 21st, 2016
"I've worked here for four years, and it's clear that it's a good company for working moms. Sometimes, I think that is the only reason the company is able to retain some great female employees despite many shortcomings/disfunction in a number of areas (pay is subpar, career growth can be questionable, there is a lack of focus/clear path at the executive level, etc.) But, the company's focus on work/life balance, ample flexibility, ability to negotiate working from home in some roles, and 6-week sabbatical every 4 years is very generous for anyone who prizes a life outside of work. It's also a very mission-driven company ("Investors first"), which I appreciate, and they make giving back to the community a priority."