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Anonymous shared this review of ON Semiconductor, United States on Nov 16th, 2019
"There are lots of opportunities to move around the organization and learn a lot. It's a fast paced environment that requires hustle. It's difficult in some areas to break through to director but there are several women directors. There are a few women VPs and I think there should be more. If you are not on that type of upward career path, there are many opportunities for development, leadership, and global travel. "
"Being your own advocate is extremely important. The largely male workforce can be intimidating to some but having the confidence in one's skills and assets is essential. "
"The company has done a great job in ensuring equality between men and women. There are women in all levels of the organization and hold leadership roles. ON Semiconductor also has an affinity group dedicated to women empowerment. "
"Strong, intelligent women can be found in every facet of the company."
"The company has a strong foundation in it's core values for respect, integrity and initiative. Executives have put an exciting strategy in place for future growth."
"Overall, I am satisfied and believe this is a good place to work. I encourage women to apply here and have had friends who have left for other opportunities and say they miss working here and would welcome an opportunity to come back. "
"ON is making great strides to improve their diversity & inclusion, which includes providing more opportunities for women in the work force. I definitely don't think they're where they should be, but at least all of the leaders are on board to really try and improve this initiative. "
"ON Semiconductor is focused on D&I, which allows all employees to grow!"
"Keep an open mind, as efforts are being made to improve the cultural challenges."
"On Semiconductor is all about recruiting, retaining, and growing top female leaders. Recruiting female leaders is a priority. "
"More women need to apply for leadership positions. Currently there are no women in the C-suite and limited female VPs. "
Anonymous shared this review of ON Semiconductor, United States on Sep 30th, 2019
"ON is an older company and you can tell by looking at the executive leadership team which is comprised generally of older white men BUT the culture is changing. ON is aware of this and is working towards a more diverse company."
Anonymous shared this review of ON Semiconductor, United States on Sep 27th, 2019
"The company is still very male dominated. We need more women here to tip the balance towards a culture change. The existing culture encourages the men to be aggressive and demanding to succeed. This puts women at a significant disadvantage for many reasons."
"Enjoy the benefits but be prepared to work twice as hard as your male counterparts and not be recognized."
"Although the male/female ratio is still quite uneven, I haven't had any gender-related problems."
Anonymous shared this review of ON Semiconductor, United States on Sep 12th, 2019
"ON Semiconductor is making such tremendous progress. I believe the company is committed to diversity and inclusion. We need to keep working on it, but the intent is there."
"ON Semiconductor is working toward being one of the top employers in every city they operate in. There's a lot of encouragement from high levels to see women in leadership positions and that makes me excited for the future."
"Although there is always room for improvement, women can make their career aspirations real at this company. There is a genuine interest to move the culture forward and there are lots of respectful allies in management. Some individuals could benefit from understanding that it is possible to keep a positive outlook about diversity efforts and keep focused on rewarding the best performers regardless of gender."
Anonymous shared this review of ON Semiconductor, United States on Sep 6th, 2019
"Speaking up for yourself and your work is always encouraged, but the managers here advocate for their employees. "
"Promote yourself, don't rely on others. Speak up and present well."
"Look for ways to insert yourself in the conversation and be confident in your skills and abilities. Don't be intimidated by the largely male workforce. "
"Be patient. There is still a bit of a clique (golden boys and "perfect" women), but things are also changing. It's just a slow as company culture change is a long game. I will say that it's very refreshing to see how much the company is embracing and advocating for millenials! "
"ON Semiconductor is a great place to work. For the past several years, Diversity and Inclusiveness has been a major focus. I really enjoy the conversations and presentations from the Women's Leadership Initiative . I feel if one really wants to, there is a path to develop and lead in this organization. "
"Great culture, high expectations, supportive leadership, values-driven environment, and commitment to employees"
Anonymous shared this review of ON Semiconductor, United States on Aug 28th, 2019
"This is still a male dominated company. I think there are specific groups that genuinely see a need for revamping our structure but this is not a universal belief. The other thing worth mentioning is that flexibility with your schedule is not found in all groups -- your work-life balance is totally dependent on your individual manager and most do not support flexible hours. I'll also restate that the work environment is not up to par with other organizations of this size. Office spaces are dark and outdated -- ON Semiconductor truly loves its cubicles. "
Anonymous shared this review of ON Semiconductor, United States on Aug 16th, 2019
"Great culture, people and flexibility. Gender neutral when it comes to opportunities."
Anonymous shared this review of ON Semiconductor, United States on Aug 12th, 2019
"Create a network of men and women to learn more about the company and culture. "
Anonymous shared this review of ON Semiconductor on Jan 18th, 2019
"The company culture is shifting and growing in the realms of diversity and inclusion."