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Anonymous shared this review of The College Board, United States on Jan 4th, 2021
"It's a huge organization. Depending on which department you are in, you might learn a lot and make a difference. But most likely men will be calling the shots. Many people work long hours though often from home. "
Anonymous shared this review of The College Board, United States on Nov 12th, 2020
"Many departments' management is majority women. People really understand that you have a real life outside of work. "
Anonymous shared this review of The College Board on Jul 11th, 2017
"It is a bit paternalistic as C-level management is almost all male and benefits (maternity leave) have just barely caught up with general workplace trends. But, overall it is a decent place to work for women and men."
Anonymous shared this review of The College Board on Apr 28th, 2016
"Since the new CEO took over in 2013, the culture has changed. Badly. "
Anonymous shared this review of The College Board on Mar 21st, 2016
"I've worked here for almost 10 years. I think managers are understanding of family needs, if they themselves have children. Maternity leave policy is horrible (you get the minimum covered by disability, though you earn a bank of disability days that allow you to be paid at full salary for that time off). There are some shocking disparities in representation of women in leadership positions at the highest parts of the organization."