The women are paid less and have no leadership roles. At the top, it is an obvious "boys club". A few years ago when a position opened up for a VP, the two candidates were women. They felt bad promoting one over the other so made both of them directors and eliminated the VP position. Complete bull. They "felt bad?" Come. On.
Job Satisfaction Level
4 paid / 4 unpaid
Women are the backbone of this company. There isn't a single woman who is a VP, yet every department is managed by woman. Behind every VP man is a solid team of female managers doing the majority of the work.