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Anonymous shared this review of Seagate Technology, United States on May 20th, 2019
"Although there can be evening or early morning calls, you get to work internationally. Work/life balance (or, 'integration') is accommodated. People get that you have family or community obligations. It's like any other tech company in terms of gender. The Seagate Women's Leadership Network has speakers and executive panels. The CEO and other top leaders present when they are in tow. Very cool."
Anonymous shared this review of Seagate Technology, United States on May 15th, 2019
"Seagate is a great place to work, for women and everyone. I am privileged to have an amazing manager who is passionate about our development. The data storage industry is really interesting, which makes it motivating to learn every day. What I like about Seagate in regards to women is that we are transparent about our numbers, and hold ourselves accountable to getting equitable representation in the workplace. Seagate is much like most high tech companies in that we have lower representation of women in roles like engineering and management, but I've never felt that I've been treated differently as a female employee and I believe the company is actively working to address the gap."
Anonymous shared this review of Seagate Technology, United States on May 10th, 2019
"The culture is very good overall: own your professional development, and do not be afraid to raise your hand for work you are passionate about."
"There are ways to get involved and meet others, but you do have to put in some effort to get involved such as attending events, reaching out to the networking groups, or striking up a conversation with someone in passing. "
"There are opportunities here to get involved, but you have to take initiative. You can join the Women's Leadership Network and other groups to gain community and get active beyond your day-to-day. This has helped meet others and made collaboration easier."
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