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Anonymous shared this review of Pandora, United States on Dec 13th, 2019
"Overall very supportive atmosphere and culture, and done some work towards promoting women specifically in tech rolls. "
Anonymous shared this review of Pandora on Feb 15th, 2019
"support organizations for women within the company, clear conscious desire to support women in tech and non tech roles"
Anonymous shared this review of Pandora on Oct 3rd, 2018
"Be your own advocate, and don't be afraid to ask the executive team difficult questions."
Anonymous shared this review of Pandora on Jul 25th, 2017
"Overall, its a very supportive and inclusive culture for women. Strong female representation and proactive initiatives to include women"
Anonymous shared this review of Pandora on Apr 7th, 2017
"Pandora does offer reasonable benefits, and depending on your team and manager, is fairly flexible. However, I find it difficult to carve out a clear career path with an upward trajectory as a woman here, see very few women and minorites in leadership positions, and have been surpassed in pay by all male counterparts in my department, despite having been with the company for longer, and in several cases holding a more senior role. The company touts diveristy as a big priority, but I am not entirely sure that is refected in practice. "
Anonymous shared this review of Pandora on Feb 28th, 2017
"Be bold, innovative and inspire your colleagues, the brand and yourself. "
"Women are supported here but there as many in executive or leadership positions but that is gradually changing. There are a number of employee groups that support women which is nice and everyone is generally supportive of one another, not back stabby."