There are very few women in senior positions. The company is careful to be legally and politically correct, but the numbers tell the story--nearly all senior positions and those just below them are held by men.
I've worked here for over 3 years and it seems to have gone backwards from when I started. Finances are micro-managed from the top. The morale is bad among both genders of employees. Support roles are predominately women and overworked. The mid-level positions held by women are stifled by upper management, who are predominately men.
Our company was acquired by Seagate in the last couple of years. Seagate has many more women in professional roles than the acquired company, but it has not translated into more opportunities. Acquired companies still are not fully assimilated and are run exclusively by men.
Job Satisfaction Level
Depends on the department. No women execs except HR