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Anonymous shared this review of Qualcomm Incorporated, United States on Jan 8th, 2021
"I wouldn't recommend it, at least not in any of the corporate functions. In my experience working here , they tear women down (I was told that my suits were inappropriate and that I should try on all of my clothes for an HR rep who would tell me which outfits are acceptable and which are not). I was accused of sleeping with my boss to get promoted (because a woman couldn't possibly get promoted on her own merit...). I can't warn women away enough. My experience here led to major psychological fallout and killed my sense of self-esteem for many years. Stay away, you deserve better."
Anonymous shared this review of Qualcomm Incorporated, United States on Jan 15th, 2020
"As with all large companies, the work environment is largely dependent on your manager/leader. My managers have done a good job of building an inclusive environment, however, I have seen other teams that I would never work for based on their leadership. I'd recommend thoroughly vetting hiring managers, as well as gathering as much insight as possible from interviewers, when going through the interview process to better understand that specific team's culture/norms before accepting a job. "
Anonymous shared this review of Qualcomm Incorporated, United States on Jul 16th, 2019
"No one has this all figured out yet but Qualcomm is investing effort in all the right places towards a more fair workplace that is equally welcoming to all and helps everyone thrive. "
Anonymous shared this review of Qualcomm Incorporated, United States on Jul 10th, 2019
"This is a great place to start your career , as you move up the ranks, you may want to negotiate for better pay and benefits."
Anonymous shared this review of Qualcomm Incorporated, United States on Jun 27th, 2019
"If you are a solo worker, this is your place. Otherwise, I would say you may feel lonely at times because -depending on the team- you might be the only woman (and even more of an outcast if you're also the only person who doesn't speak the language -not English- that's popular among your peers). Following this same line, most team bonding activities will be sporty and competitive. Unfortunately, there is still a finger-pointing culture instead of a collaborative one. I would like to see efforts from HR or managers to bring teams together, remind them we are all working for the same goal."
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