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Anonymous shared this review of Santander, United States on Feb 22nd, 2021
"I love working here because they are fair and nice and take care of you "
"The organization is very supportive in the development of it's employees. It has made it a priority to offer opportunities to gain a variety of new experience, flexibility for work / life balance as well building a sense of community throughout their employee network groups. The recognition and promotion of women continues to increase. My personal opinion is that there is still work that needs to be done to to address the pay gap between genders. "
"Santander supports all women and all employees alike. Throughout my tenure I have had opportunity for promotion, meaningful work, making an impact, and flexibility. There is truly nothing more I could ask for."
"I feel lucky to work with a team of all women who respect each other and value the skills and experience each bring to the table."
"Work life balance is good, and managers are open to communication about what works for employees. "
"Team member value at Santander is determined by your contributions, not your sex. The Santander community promotes both diversity and inclusion in the workplace and is an overall great place to work."
Anonymous shared this review of Santander, United States on Oct 2nd, 2020
"I feel supported by my immediate team and the larger organization through their employment networking groups and leadership."
"The organization offers flexibility and opportunities for promotion and career pathing."
"We are very supported in the work place, the company is very diverse and inclusive when it comes to hiring woman and minorities as whole."
"There is a strong commitment towards empowering women and looking for opportunities to attracting and developing talent. Senior leaders often mentor or advocate for other women, and there are women at key spots in leadership across the country and the globe, including Ana Botin, Chairman of the Santander Group and one of the most powerful women in global banking."
"All employees are treated equally from line managers up to senior leaders. Promotions are done solely on qualifications without factoring in gender."
Anonymous shared this review of Santander, United States on Sep 16th, 2020
"The overall culture is great and everyone that works here no matter their gender (born or otherwise) are treated the same and with the upmost respect for what they are able to bring to the table."
"Your safety is taken very seriously, HR does not mess around with sexual harassment or any other kind of harassment, which makes a safe working environment for all. Pay is equal per position and ability to preform, it doesn't matter your gender. Women are looked at as equal and we have many female leaders to look up to. Santander is an awesome place for women and men to grow in leadership or their career. "
"We work with diverse leaders which vary in sex, race, background and culture."
"That respect is number 1 with this company. everyone is treated with respect from all levels "
"Santander promotes diversity and inclusion throughout the organization. Work/Life Balance and a strong benefits programs are offered. Santander even offers a Returnship program to support individuals ready to return to work after taking an extended break, often due to child or parent care. "
Anonymous shared this review of Santander, United States on Jun 30th, 2020
"I have not regretted coming to work for Santander. My direct manager is great and I enjoy the work I do. Things move quite slowly here and there is a definite hierarchy. Senior leadership can be authoritative and management with teams are order takers not decision makers. It feels like the company at some levels recognizes this. I look forward to some positive changes in the future."
Anonymous shared this review of Santander, United States on Mar 3rd, 2020
"It’s a great company embraces diversity. Treats employees with respect "
"Santander is a great organization to garner a lot of experience and improve your skills, and if you are a top performer Santander will recognize you for your work. However, there is very little work life balance or flexibility when it comes to schedules, which make it very difficult for a woman juggling career, family and her other obligations. "
"Challenging and interesting work. A way to go on equality for women but working on it diligently and intentionally. Excellent time to join. "
"Santander offers many great benefits and a positive work culture. As for benefits, there are programs like Returnships for mothers who have been out of the work force for some time and are looking to return, two paid-off development days, and tuition reimbursement. Personally, I enjoy schedule flexibility. There seems to be a lot of flexibility with schedules and the ability to occasionally work from home, which makes life easier in terms of tending to appointments or special family events. One note I will add is that flexibility is largely discretionary and can be up to management, which can create some gray areas. Nonetheless, if you use as needed versus expecting it, it is nice to have. The biggest benefit I continue to experience is the strength and development, both personally and professionally, through the relationships and networks that are encouraged. We have six different Employee Network Groups, including the Women's Employee Network Group, and various community partnership opportunities in which to partake. And, as a woman, I can also speak to the number of women in leadership roles - not just in our frontline positions, but in many other areas including technology, infrastructure, governance, and so on. "
Anonymous shared this review of Santander on Mar 15th, 2019
"We have a wonderful chairwoman but all of her direct reports are men and most all of the next level down from that are men. "
Anonymous shared this review of Santander on Nov 29th, 2018
"I would not recommend a man or a woman work at this company."
Anonymous shared this review of Santander on Sep 24th, 2018
"Research the firm's U.S. growth strategy by line of business and reaffirm this during the interview process to ensure you are taking on the role that best suits your skills and your career aspirations. Seek out a mentor/sponsor early. "
Anonymous shared this review of Santander on Jul 30th, 2018
"It’s very political. Very few women in chief roles. Chief executives have constant turnover. Toxic because constantly change."
Anonymous shared this review of Santander on Nov 13th, 2017
"Think twice before you apply here, most women aren’t promoted like men are."
Anonymous shared this review of Santander on Aug 9th, 2016
"Sadly, it's a very stereotypical man-centric corporate environment. I would not recommend this organizaiton to any woman, as there is no communication, transparency or stability, and employees are regularly churned and burned. "