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January 1970

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Growing company, so it depends on the role, and where the company goes with policy (ex: no maternity leave policy at the moment).
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January 1970

There are smart, talented people here, and women in leadership that are willing to mentor and advise upcoming talent. There is considerable flexibility that allows working from home when needed, working "split shifts," etc. However, there are not enough resources for the workload (many end up working nights/weekends to get everything done), and the pay/benefits are not competitive.

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Absolutely embarrassing policy for a wellness company that claims to "help people be healthy" - 6 weeks of short-term disability at 50-60% pay.
Improve my benefits (e.g. medical, maternity)

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