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Anonymous shared this review of TIAA, United States on Aug 15th, 2019
"Be an advocate for yourself. Don't get too comfortable in any one role. Try to get with a supportive manager, and make an effort to mentor others around you. "
Anonymous shared this review of TIAA on Mar 18th, 2019
"Think twice, this is not the company it used to be "
Anonymous shared this review of TIAA on Sep 5th, 2018
"Work life balance is respected and expected. Good maternity leave policy. Pumping rooms with hospital grade pumps when you return!"
Anonymous shared this review of TIAA on May 16th, 2018
"A diverse and inclusive culture that generally understand the need for flexibility in a work schedule."
Anonymous shared this review of TIAA on Mar 7th, 2018
"Ability to work remotely varies by department but it becoming more common."
Anonymous shared this review of TIAA on Feb 1st, 2018
"TIAA gives you all the necessary tools and training, if you are an employee. Consultants are treated differently but you are expected to do the same job as an employee, Also, consultants at TIAA do not expect to get any formal feedback/recommendation on LinkedIn from TIAA employees - it is against their policy."
Anonymous shared this review of TIAA on Jan 18th, 2018
"generally flexible, access to virtual office for some roles, values driven company"
Anonymous shared this review of TIAA on Sep 6th, 2017
"pays more lip service to female advancement than actual results"
Anonymous shared this review of TIAA on Sep 2nd, 2017
"Great company, flexible work arrangements are possible. Opportunities may be limited."
Anonymous shared this review of TIAA on Aug 10th, 2017
"Good environment, work hard for cultural change and try to ensure better ethics than competitors. Often the incentives in scorecards cause decisions that are not in the best interest of the client or have inherent conflicts of interest. Pay is not transparent. Good mobility. Typical large company politics and slow moving."
Anonymous shared this review of TIAA on May 22nd, 2017
"Ask a lot of questions about who your direct supervisor will be and ask to be paired with a female mentor from the get-go. They are there and getting in with that mindset will help ensure success. "
Anonymous shared this review of TIAA on Apr 12th, 2017
"Look carefully at who your direct supervisor and chain of command will be. Research those people on LinkedIn. There are good women leaders at TIAA and if you're lucky enough to get in one of their departments and even become mentored by them, you'll have a very good experience. "
Anonymous shared this review of TIAA on Feb 9th, 2017
"It was just non conducive and picked favorites all the time "
"Great Place to work with generous maternity leave and time-off. Upper level management is more male dominated, but not as much as heavily seen in other organizations"