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Anonymous shared this review of ResMed, United States on Apr 26th, 2021
"There is a toxic environment of overwork and undervaluing employees at ResMed. I can't speak to how this affects men, but I've seen several women run out of the department I worked in because of a couple of powerful, abusive, bullying women in positions of authority. I know that the company is trying to improve in the area of belonging, inclusion and equity and I believe they will, if their new "BIDS" team is truly empowered to do so. What's less clear is whether the leadership of the company takes this seriously, or not. Those who abuse their interpersonal power or position within the hierarchy pose a psychological threat and should be rooted out. The culture is currently one where people in leadership make it conspicuous that they're overworking and expect others to work 60+ hours a week as well. I would regularly get emails from supervisors past 11 pm at night. I was never thanked for my efforts, only micromanaged, and reprimanded at the slightest perception of falling behind. I left depleted and demoralized and I'm glad I did. I already feel better being away from the toxicity that was harming me mentally, emotionally and physically. The disparate impact this has on working mothers and single parents is huge. I hope they fix it. "
Anonymous shared this review of ResMed on Dec 8th, 2017
"Things might get better as far as policies for life/work balance and maternity leave. Also equal salary pay. depending of role and salary I would apply as things can change within a year/"
Anonymous shared this review of ResMed on Oct 11th, 2017
"I truly believe it was a great place to work until our company restructured and I saw it eliminated roles with women that were active contributors in the company while maintaining males with less tenure at the company. My supervisor discriminated against women in the assignments and projects he provided. "