Lots of talk about work life balance but company is inconsistent in practice. Maternity leave was a disappointment - few women take full leave. Came back from leave and had choice between "mommy track" or traveling 70% for promotion with a newborn. Both global and US CEOs are women.
It is an organization where you came find opportunity to enhance the community you work in. Compensation cannot be your driving factor when selecting where you work. I don't feel women's issues here are any worse than other organizations. There are pockets of discrimination.
Company policy of a minimum of 50 hours per week for management is not explained prior accepting position. More likely though, work week is 60 hours plus....although you send in a payroll time sheet confirming 40 hours per week. In my unit sexist comments were the norm.
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Different locations are perhaps treated more fairly
Madam TracanneSupervisor 2, Food Service - education - campus
I've worked here for five years and in a non management position it greatly depends on the bosses whether women are treated well. Management wise there seems to be a bias based on the client. However the company tries to be very women friendly and focused on diversity. The issue is for hourly employees women are not highly considered, and with no paid maternity leave it is sad.