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Anonymous shared this review of NSA, United States on Apr 15th, 2019
"There is great room for growth for women at the NSA."
Anonymous shared this review of NSA, United States of America on Apr 11th, 2019
"A career at NSA is whatever you decide to make it. The work-life balance is fantastic, with two separate buckets for paid time off and sick leave. You also can't take your work home with you, so when you're home, you're truly home and disconnected. NSA also supports and encourages continuing education. There are several programs to allow employees to complete degrees while working - and sometimes the programs permit you to work just part-time during your studies."
Anonymous shared this review of NSA on Apr 10th, 2019
"Your career at NSA is wholly what you make it. There are great opportunities to learn new skill areas and continue your education - both inside of the agency and at external universities. Work-life balance is unmatched; there are separate buckets of sick leave and PTO, so you continually accumulate time off no matter the need."
Anonymous shared this review of NSA on Sep 22nd, 2017
"Find the right people to be on your board of directors. They are there, but you need to look hard and not just have anyone as a coach or mentor. "
Anonymous shared this review of NSA on Nov 23rd, 2016
"This is a military base. Expect the same gender issues as in the military. "
Anonymous shared this review of NSA on May 25th, 2016
"Most of the sexist behavior I have experienced has come from those in management (including women) and their favored employees. Promotions are scarce and are based on favoritism. Harassing women, spreading gossiping, or taking credit for the work of others is subtly rewarded. Managers rule through passive aggression and retaliate against anyone who tries to change the culture or stand up for themselves. "