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Anonymous shared this review of Ralph Lauren on Sep 18th, 2018
"While the official benefits and policies are intended to support flexibility and personal/family needs and are improving every year, I would suggest that this can be a challenging place to grow your career as a female beyond a certain point in your advanced/senior career. Have to really push for a promotion and additional pay as a female vs. what male counterparts are receiving. But also likely depends on division within the company and who you know."
Anonymous shared this review of Ralph Lauren on Nov 17th, 2017
"There are good role models and Ralph Lauren himself believes strongly in gender equality and diversity. They are a lovable but behind-the-times employer when it comes to sabbaticals, flexible scheduling, telecommuting, paid leaves of absence, etc."
Anonymous shared this review of Ralph Lauren on Dec 5th, 2016
"There is no work life balance at all at Ralph Lauren corporate."
Anonymous shared this review of Ralph Lauren on Apr 7th, 2016
"Experience varies greatly depending on department. Right now a lot of changes are occurring due to new CEO and may be good to wait until after that shakes out."
Anonymous shared this review of Ralph Lauren on Mar 30th, 2016
"Maternity leave feels very minimal. Consider that if you're having children. A very facetime and meeting heavy culture. So, working remotely or from home is not a part of the culture. Neither is flex time. That said, hours overall are manageable."