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Anonymous shared this review of Norfolk Southern Corporation, United States on Oct 10th, 2019
"There is very little diversity happening in leadership, it's all white, senior males running the show. Their idea of a "team meeting" will be to bring you to a hunting lodge or a fish camp! I had to go on these annual trips each year, and there are turkey hunts in the morning for the good ol' boys. This company is stuck in the past! The culture is very conservative and it's all who you know when it comes time for a promotion. Most of the women, especially women of color I worked with were the secretaries, very few women are leaders. There are a lot of lifers at the company who are older and enjoying cushy positions but contributing little to the culture, innovation and diversity of the company."
Anonymous shared this review of Norfolk Southern Corporation on Aug 7th, 2018
"Don't do it!! It's not a healthy environment and you will not have the support of management."
Anonymous shared this review of Norfolk Southern Corporation on Aug 3rd, 2018
"It's a great place but still very male dominTed and it shows in the way some colleagues speak and treat females. "
Anonymous shared this review of Norfolk Southern Corporation on Jul 27th, 2017
"Solid company, but it is a very old-school and male-dominated. Can feel like an old boys club at times, but the company as a whole is making efforts to embrace women and diversity through active employee resource groups. "
Anonymous shared this review of Norfolk Southern Corporation on Mar 22nd, 2017
"If you have a connection, you will go fair but there is a long tradition of NS employees being told what there next job will be and, in field operations, where. New CEO is focused on shareholder value at the expense of the culture and employees. They are trying very hard to get more women but not making the changes necessary to allow you to be successful. Some of this is because of the industry but much is poor leadership. Might be a good place to start your career but have an exit plan."