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Anonymous shared this review of Southern California Edison, United States on Nov 22nd, 2022
"SCE is a place that believes in supporting and empowering minorities and pushing to increase diversity in the workplace. As a marketing senior specialist, I can see the lengths that our Talent Acquisition team has gone to place women and people of color in leadership roles. As a remote employee, the work/life balance is great and the flexibility is unmatched. "
Anonymous shared this review of Southern California Edison, United States on Oct 12th, 2020
"Very supportive of women throughout their leadership. Women in high profile roles."
Anonymous shared this review of Southern California Edison, United States on Sep 21st, 2020
"SCE is committed to having more women in leadership positions over the next 10 years. I do notice that there are typically more men on my teams but I do see that changing to have more equal representation."
"It is a tough place to work and have a family life. There aren't a lot of sick days given and if you have small children, this can be a problem. You are stuck at 3 weeks vacation from year 3 to 15 years. "
"SCE is more traditional and conservative than many CA companies, which is not uncommon for utilities that have been around for 140 years. Telecommuting exists, but is predominantly left to the managers' discretion. The company has made many, many leadership changes over the last five years and I think it's better for it, but it is important to know that the organization does have hierarchy. It is not flat by any means."
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