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Anonymous shared this review of Navy Federal Credit Union, United States on Sep 6th, 2019
"Generally good place to work. They encourage further education and professional growth activities. The location is the biggest issue with it being difficult to get to with public transportation and there can be parking headaches. "
Anonymous shared this review of Navy Federal Credit Union, United States on Aug 15th, 2019
" Overall a great place to work, especially for military spouses. I’ve seen this company go above and beyond to accommodate when a military spouse’s service member gets new orders. The 12 weeks of maternity leave is appreciated. Felt very supported taking nursing breaks when I returned to work. If you’re working in the branches it’s nice to know that you’ll have every Sunday off. "
Anonymous shared this review of Navy Federal Credit Union, United States on Jun 28th, 2019
"This company will promote you for zero reasons. You'll get promoted because your a woman. Best to work there now and make money, before they collapse."
Anonymous shared this review of Navy Federal Credit Union on Feb 15th, 2017
"There are many women in leadership, the health benefits and 401k matching are great, but the company's maternity leave and telecommuting policies leave a lot to be desired. "
Anonymous shared this review of Navy Federal Credit Union on Mar 21st, 2016
"I loved his company, but FMLA only applies to areas where there are more than 50 employees in a specific geographical radius, so if you work in a branch office which does not have several others nearby, FMLA leave is unavailable. Instead, maternity leave is treated as a short term disability claim, meaning 6 weeks paid at a certain percentage of your salary (8 wks for C-section). It was because of this that I left the company. I returned to work when my child was 7 weeks old and it was just too difficult and expensive. Otherwise, I this this is a fabulous company for women, especially since most of the branches I worked for were staffed by a majority, if not all, women."
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