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Anonymous shared this review of Squarespace, United States on May 31st, 2019
"Company is placing more of a focus on diversity and inclusion initiatives. ERGs (employee resource groups), including Women@SQSP, is one way the company is supporting underrepresented groups. We have a strong representation of women leadership at the top, which is encouraging and ensures there is a balance of perspective. I'm not a working mother (yet) so I can't speak to that aspect, but there are a lot of working mothers around me who WFH when need be and that's totally acceptable."
"There are many women in leadership roles but the majority are new or very inexperienced/ineffective managers (this is true of men as well), which leads to a lot of dissatisfaction from employees that stems directly from poor leadership. That being said, the actual perks and benefits are extremely generous and many of my friends who are working moms have been able to successfully return to their role post-baby."
"The benefits are really amazing. They cover me, my partner and our child 100%. We paid nothing when I had my baby and then I received 18 weeks paid before being slowly integrated back in with ongoing support."
Anonymous shared this review of Squarespace on Sep 25th, 2018
"There are certain teams with more women represented than others, but hiring and retaining women is definitely a priority here and it's a great place to work."
Anonymous shared this review of Squarespace on Jul 31st, 2018
"I have found strong female leadership and mentorship here, including my boss and our ERG Women At Squarespace. I want to see even more women in leadership roles, so please join our ranks!"
Anonymous shared this review of Squarespace on Mar 22nd, 2018
"This employer encourages women with recurring women in the workplace seminars and panels and women's month events. They tangibly support women with tampons and pads in the bathrooms and a peaceful nursing room. "
Anonymous shared this review of Squarespace on Nov 18th, 2017
"I'm one month into working here, coming from another mid-sized company. The culture is more grown up, more serious. Respect is give off the bat, and people assume that you are here because you know what you're doing - you don't have to prove to be worthy or an expert (the hiring process proves that). Squarespace is investing heavily in People and Culture as the company is growing at a fast rate. Lots of opportunity to come in and shape what this amazing company will be. Four of the biggest things I look at when joining a company: Diversity at the top. Great product. Strong brand. Financially stable (more than stable in this case). This company has it all. "