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Anonymous shared this review of Trimble, United States on Apr 12th, 2021
"male dominated industry with 3/4 of the workforce male ..."
Anonymous shared this review of Trimble, United States on Jan 21st, 2020
"Be sure you are satisfied with whatever pay you make coming in because getting anything more than a cost of living raise is impossible, even after accepting a different position internally with twice the responsibility."
Anonymous shared this review of Trimble, United States on Jun 5th, 2019
"The company is incredibly respectful and treats women well I find. "
Anonymous shared this review of Trimble on Oct 8th, 2018
"Trimble is a great place to work. People respect one another here."
Anonymous shared this review of Trimble on Sep 24th, 2018
"Be assertive. Don't sit in the back and don't limit yourself based on your background. "
Anonymous shared this review of Trimble on Aug 31st, 2018
"Me working here for more than 5 years. Good work life balance. Good place to improve our career. Safe and friendly environment. Overall 5 stars*****"
"I never felt I was treated differently for being a woman at this employer. Having said that, there are departments that are commonly known as being "more valuable" than others at the company and these are mostly made up by men."
"It depends on which area you're working, but in my area women are very respect and share equal rights with men. There are other areas with less women that need to improve, since its male employees still aren't completely free of prejudice."
Anonymous shared this review of Trimble on Feb 26th, 2018
"Our customers are in largely male-dominated industries (Ag, Construction, Rail, Trucking etc.), which means the employee base has skewed male; however, as we bring technology to these industries there is a new opportunity to have women join these industries and Trimble. Trimble is a great place for people who really want to make a positive difference in the world, from improving the safety of our water and increasing the productivity of farms to helping countries respond to national disasters. We have a ways to go in achieving gender equity but there is an awareness and desire to improve that gives me hope. "