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Anonymous shared this review of New Relic, United States on Apr 21st, 2021
"Good benefits, flexible schedule, generous maternity leave, and good emphasis on diversity and inclusion."
Anonymous shared this review of New Relic, United States on Oct 1st, 2020
"There is some bro-veloper culture within the company. I did have a terrible experience with an manager who would talk over me, yell and was ultimately abusive. The issue went to HR and was mediated. Ultimately he was moved to another team. Leadership was empathetic, but the entire process took WAY to long. Burned me and other team members out and made me loose faith in the process. "
Anonymous shared this review of New Relic, United States on May 28th, 2019
"Leadership is 95% men. They protect each other. Career advancement is not available for women. HR is biased and not helping women who has trouble with sexual harassment."
Anonymous shared this review of New Relic on Jan 3rd, 2017
"The Engineering Org has alot of red flags when it comes to their management. If another woman was considering applying to New Relic, I would encourage her to do her research during interviews, and ask about the direct manager she would be working with. Questions such as, how many women & minorities are in this dept? Is there a high turnover rate on this team? Etc. "
Anonymous shared this review of New Relic on May 5th, 2016
"A great company with fair benefits. I don't actually know the maternity policy, but I have unlimited PTO so I imagine it's pretty fair."
"I had pretty positive experience here. The benefits are similar to larger (30000+ people companies). I like the commitment to 40 hour weeks, which makes it easier to pursue my hobbies."
"There is a lot of awareness about bias and diversity/inclusivity at the company, so I see a lot of open discussion, self-policing, requests for help to make job postings more gender-neutral. There are also initiatives to improve how we attract and retain a more diverse staff, including some upcoming benefit improvements around longer parental leave. And I've been seeing more women and diverse picks among upper management hires, which I applaud. We still have a long way to go, but there is the interest, motivation, resources and support at all levels trying make things better."