It's a good company to work for, but it's undeniable that men do better here. I think that's due to a lack of diversity (gender, race, and background) -- the company as a whole is diverse, but there are "pink ghettos" where all the women and minorities are found, and workers are paid thousands less. We're a media company, but engineering and product are the "golden children" where the real opportunities and money are found. Also, I left my previous department after being mommy-tracked. I'm grateful for the chance to move to a new team, but I'm now trying to get my career back on track.
I worked there for over 3 years and in that time was treated with respect from my peers and managers, however was not treated that way in terms of promotions and raises. Although I always out performed my peers, my raises were consistently disappointing at less than $1 per hour per year. There was room for advancement, but no matter how many doors I tried, management did not care. After taking maternity leave I came back to a chaotic group that was mismanaged (having switched managers) and decided that was enough. It wasn't worth putting my baby in day care for.