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Anonymous - 8713
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January 1970

I think having a good manager in this place makes it a better place for a woman.

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3.0
$80k-$100k
$0-$10k
None taken
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Hours, Culture, Policies
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Lady Penelope Program Manager
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January 1970

Men tend to dominate the highest leadership positions, but otherwise as with many non-profits, we're in a mostly female environment. I was treated well after maternity leave, and since I had a great, caring boss, was able to have a flexible work schedule after I returned. This varies greatly from team to team, and I also had a careless HR manager tell me how "lucky" I was to "get paid to do nothing" for three months while I was on maternity leave. The institute pays for 2 weeks of family leave, with your standard 6 weeks of disability pay and the rest covered by sick/vacation.

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5.0
$50k-$80k
$0-$10k
9 hours
12 paid / 2 unpaid
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It depends where within the institute you're working. Basic HR policies are just average (the maternity leave is really nothing to write home about) but I happen to work with a team which values flexibility, and it's made it a great place to be while raising a young baby.

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