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Anonymous shared this review of R/GA, United States on Jan 19th, 2021
"R/GA does not provide any flexibility to new mothers. Very difficult to advance in your career as a woman here."
Anonymous shared this review of R/GA on Apr 14th, 2018
"I'm not going to share my title here because it's a senior title and I'm almost positive I'm the only woman who has ever held it here. R/GA talks a lot about diversity but when it comes to promotions, compensation, and culture, it is very backwards. "
Anonymous shared this review of R/GA on Mar 19th, 2018
"They recognize the importance of women in the organization and are actively working to improve things in support of that."
Anonymous shared this review of R/GA on Feb 27th, 2018
"As a 20-something woman in Advertising, I feel comfortable coming to work everyday and feel that women at R/GA are respected and valued."
Anonymous shared this review of R/GA on Jan 12th, 2018
"R/GA is eager to promote a culture of work that elevates women in the work place. Agency life is still very much a boys club, but over the years R/GA has strived to change that."
Anonymous shared this review of R/GA on Jan 9th, 2018
"It depends on the boss you have, but most are pretty difficult."
Anonymous shared this review of R/GA on Oct 16th, 2017
"Long hours. No women were promoted in the three years I’ve been there into creative director, executive creative director or leadership executive roles. Zero chance of being a woman and being promoted here. I heard a woman at the top threatened to sue when she was pregnant to get promoted by bob. You will work hard all year and only one year I got a bonus and after taxes it was nothing."
Anonymous shared this review of R/GA on Oct 9th, 2017
"Be prepared to experience a company that is 30 years ahead of being backwards. "