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Anonymous shared this review of Under Armour on Oct 17th, 2018
"You would think that being in a store that sells workout and sports gear there wouldn't be many women working there, but it was the opposite. Also, there were women in leadership positions as well. "
Anonymous shared this review of Under Armour on Aug 15th, 2017
"Dynamic and challenge work environment. Something new is always happening and it's an exciting place to grow your career "
Anonymous shared this review of Under Armour on May 1st, 2017
"i would not recommend working fir under armour connnected fitness if you are trying to balance young children. UA benefits are good but this particulr business unit is very inflexible and has very little respect for women."
Anonymous shared this review of Under Armour on Mar 13th, 2017
"The corporate culture is very much a good 'ole boy's club - who you know is valued more than your skill set. Leadership is predominantly male and women are meant to "get on the bus" or risk being eliminated. Only positive is that most of the women are very supportive of one another"
Anonymous shared this review of Under Armour on Aug 2nd, 2016
"If you work in corporate your fine, but as far a distribution and warehousing it's geared toward men! Attractive women are often told they are a distraction! ðŸ‘Ž ðŸ˜’"
Anonymous shared this review of Under Armour on Mar 21st, 2016
"Generally, I believe that women at Under Armour are treated fairly, but management is certainly male dominated in almost every department and office location. However, women at the company are generally supportive of each other, and I hope that as the company continues to grow, that subculture will permeate and foster change."