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Anonymous shared this review of Sony, United States on Jul 24th, 2019
"Make sure to set your boundaries early on or else they'll steamroll you and take advantage!"
"Women are well respected. They have an unlimited vacation policy and flex Fridays during the summer so that employees have more time with their families."
"I love working here - very diverse, very fun culture"
Anonymous shared this review of Sony on May 23rd, 2018
"Get a mentor in a much higher position that will advocate for you. This company is more about who likes you than how you do your job. "
Anonymous shared this review of Sony on May 22nd, 2018
"Equal Pay, development opportunities and open to flexible working arrangements"
Anonymous shared this review of Sony on Dec 15th, 2017
"The corporate glass ceiling is not a factor while working at this company."
Anonymous shared this review of Sony on Sep 6th, 2016
"They have Women In Tech meetings (men also attend) and a high number of women in IT and upper management positions. There are work from home options. On-site job training classes are great resources. This company loves to grow and keep their own talent. Culver City Metro is very close by. There's a unique ecosystem where you can grab coffee, breakfast, lunch, dinner, cocktails,groceries, go to the bank, go birthday gift shopping, watch a movie, and shop at a farmer's market all within walking distance. It adds to work-life balance because you have a great place to connect, run a quick errand after work, drop by the bank on lunch break, and go home with a lot of your errands already in check so you can really just relax at home. It makes a world of difference; you have better paced energy for both your work and personal life."
"There aren't a ton of women and most of the senior management are men. That said there is a lot of room for growth and advancement if you can understand and maneuver through the politics."
"Executives are male-dominated and salary packages appear higher for men"
"Any woman in cyber security field knows that you're probably going to be one of few or maybe just the only girl on the team. Same here at Sony. No big deal. it's not sexism, just the demographics of the job. But the people here do great in making me feel comfortable. Other than when i first walked in the room on day one, I rarely notice I'm the only girl in a team of 25."