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Anonymous shared this review of Sandia National Laboratories, United States on Feb 1st, 2021
"Lab leadership values women employees and has begun to directly confront gender bias across the company. Many areas of Sandia strive to recognize the contributions of women and reward good performance. However, there are lingering issues in individual departments where gender bias is overlooked and women are forced find roles in other parts of Sandia to progress or recieve equal treatment. Sandia also working to make sponsorship of women for leadership roles more common place across the company."
Anonymous shared this review of Sandia National Laboratories, United States on Jan 25th, 2021
"Work life balance is not only promoted here but it’s part of the culture. You will see many women in leadership positions here. "
"You will be a minority by far if you're on the technical ladder. You also won't have many senior women role models, as the majority of technical leadership positions are held by men. There are great men and allies, for sure, but you'll inevitably deal with instances of not being taken seriously by some older white man who's been at the labs for decades. "
"Management is severely disconnected with staff. People are leaving in droves even with the decent benefits, reasonable work culture (on average), and exciting work. This comes down to poor management treatment across the board."
Anonymous shared this review of Sandia National Laboratories, United States on Oct 9th, 2020
"I never feel like my contributions are minimized or maximized as a woman at Sandia. I believe my work is valued on its merit. Even though the engineering field and Sandia are still male-dominated, Sandia does care about supporting its female engineers as well as inspiring young females to work here or elsewhere as an engineer. I also have many female mentors to look up to in my current organization. One is a more senior engineer in my group, and at one point both my Level 2 manager and center director were women!"
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