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"I don't see much of a result from the company's reported initiatives. I would recommend pay transparency initiatives and greater oversight in employee reviews and interviews to curb bias. "
"If you decide to join, find a female mentor with influence. The organization is heavily networked and hard to navigate."
Anonymous shared this review of SiriusXM + Pandora, United States on Nov 12th, 2020
"Strong leadership that is inclusive of females and supports any and all family related situations (children, caring for parents, etc). "
Anonymous shared this review of SiriusXM + Pandora, United States on Oct 21st, 2020
"Women are treated fairly, but there is a large gap with representation from women of color, particularly black women. "
"Great company, great benefits, many opportunities to grow and develop."
"You have an opportunity to make an impact to the business in an environment that is also fun and inclusive"
Anonymous shared this review of SiriusXM + Pandora, United States on Oct 1st, 2020
"SiriusXM + Pandora is a great place to work for women. We are supported, have growth opportunities and amazing women in leadership roles to look up to, learn from and partner with. "
"I am supported in my role and encouraged to drive my own decisions and take risks. Most importantly, I feel listened to - my thoughts/ideas/concerns are heard. I love being here."
"I've been working here for 4+ years and have never seen a company as dedicated to equality in the workplace and work life balance as SiriusXM+Pandora is. These aren't just "nice" words thrown around. They are actually our way of life here. Women are not only treated with respect and appreciation, but contributions are recognized and celebrated. I can't tell you how refreshing it is to be this supported and valued!"
"I really enjoy working at Pandora, Oakland. While I was the first woman hired onto my team, the company has been making a concerted effort to hire more women and improve D&I within the company. Also I heart Oakland."
"I have worked here for almost 5 years and I can't imagine leaving. The culture is so supportive and the D&I initiatives are top notch. There are many women in leadership roles. I know in general the world has a long way to go to achieve equal pay and representation, but I do feel that this company is on the right track and positioned to be a leader in the space. "
"I have felt very supported here. I was the only woman on my team for the first year, and overall felt very supported- and the one time I did have an issue it was dealt with respectfully, swiftly, and without questioning my experience or ability to judge the interaction (no gaslighting basically). I have a great manager, which makes a huge difference, but there are women at many levels, and I feel like I could continue to grow in my career here. "
"Don't be afraid to speak up and support your colleagues. Also, if you feel like one of your co-workers isn't being given an opportunity to speak, you may have to make the space for them to do so."
Anonymous shared this review of SiriusXM + Pandora, United States on Aug 14th, 2020
"Women are in leadership roles. I've never felt limited at Pandora by my gender."
Anonymous shared this review of SiriusXM + Pandora, United States on Aug 11th, 2020
"It's a wonderful place to work. There are many initiatives, some brand new, some that have been here a while, to help women get a leg up. Depending on your department though, there is not much upward mobility. They have flattened the hierarchy so you could get stuck working in the same role for many years if you're not strategic and working in a big office."
Anonymous shared this review of SiriusXM + Pandora, United States on Aug 6th, 2020
"Seen a lot of zaniness and shenanigans throughout my career - and can safely say that Pandora is leaps and bounds ahead of the pack. Thoughtful, kind, honest & dedicated people + supportive, flexible leadership + opportunity to grow/thrive."
"I can only speak as someone with experience from more technical fields, such as a large manufacturer of Windows programs and a Japanese technology manufacturer that is always confused with a film company, and by far SiriusXM is the first one where I have not felt belittled just for being female in a technology field. Previously, I have had my work blatantly disregarded based solely on my looks, both good and bad, as well as suggested it could be accomplished by someone much less qualified than myself simply because they were attractive. However, since coming to SXM I have not experienced any specific disregard in that manner, and in fact I have seen my efforts rewarded in moving forward with responsibility and being trusted in the decisions I'm advising, because I have not been afraid to speak on issues I see as relevant. I'm sure not everyone here is perfect, but by not feeling hindered I have been able to shine a light on areas that needed to be addressed and that's progress."
"The Sirius side of the business is way more conservative than the Pandora side. Depending on which part of the business and team you're working on your experience may be totally different. "
"Be yourself and know that you have a voice. The leaders at the org want to hear from you."
Anonymous shared this review of SiriusXM + Pandora, United States on Jul 9th, 2020
"Working at SiriusXM + Pandora is a dream. I am grateful for our incredible culture, the thoughtful events around our cultural celebrations and how valued working moms feel at the company. "
"This company has come a long way over the past few years. In an industry that has traditionally been male-dominated, there are some strong female leaders now at the table and intentional focus on development of female and diverse talent. "
"SiriusXM is a great organization which offers internal mobility, growth opportunities and a platform to share your voice."
Anonymous shared this review of SiriusXM + Pandora, United States on Dec 13th, 2019
"Overall very supportive atmosphere and culture, and done some work towards promoting women specifically in tech rolls. "
Anonymous shared this review of SiriusXM + Pandora on Feb 15th, 2019
"support organizations for women within the company, clear conscious desire to support women in tech and non tech roles"
Anonymous shared this review of SiriusXM + Pandora on Oct 3rd, 2018
"Be your own advocate, and don't be afraid to ask the executive team difficult questions."
Anonymous shared this review of SiriusXM + Pandora on Nov 7th, 2017
"It's the typical dumb "bro" culture. Lots of Trump supporters."
Anonymous shared this review of SiriusXM + Pandora on Jul 25th, 2017
"Overall, its a very supportive and inclusive culture for women. Strong female representation and proactive initiatives to include women"
Anonymous shared this review of SiriusXM + Pandora on Jun 1st, 2017
"Your experience will depends heavily on your manager. Every department /team is different and managers have full reign on making decisions. If you have to advocate for yourself if your manager is not going to do it for you. And, there is a bit of a boys club mentality within the executive management team. "
Anonymous shared this review of SiriusXM + Pandora on Apr 12th, 2017
"Women need to be loud and aggressive to get promoted. The culture does not foster collaboration."
Anonymous shared this review of SiriusXM + Pandora on Apr 7th, 2017
"Pandora does offer reasonable benefits, and depending on your team and manager, is fairly flexible. However, I find it difficult to carve out a clear career path with an upward trajectory as a woman here, see very few women and minorites in leadership positions, and have been surpassed in pay by all male counterparts in my department, despite having been with the company for longer, and in several cases holding a more senior role. The company touts diveristy as a big priority, but I am not entirely sure that is refected in practice. "
Anonymous shared this review of SiriusXM + Pandora on Feb 28th, 2017
"Be bold, innovative and inspire your colleagues, the brand and yourself. "
"Women are supported here but there as many in executive or leadership positions but that is gradually changing. There are a number of employee groups that support women which is nice and everyone is generally supportive of one another, not back stabby."
"A fabulous place for a working mom-- excellent management and support for women and...they expect and value that you have a life outside of work."