The company gives great benefits for maternity leave. They take great consideration of you in terms of family emergencies. You're overall treated fairly assuming management isn't female and rather take advice from a male coworker with less experience, then I guess it's fair.
While the company is supportive of women, a lot of the women in senior leadership roles have husbands/partners who have very flexible careers. It's not super easy for dual income families. Most of the senior leaders have worked abroad, as well, which is very tricky to navigate when balancing two careers. Maternity leave policies are good but not great and there is no on-site day care despite employees asking time and again.
Job Satisfaction Level
Depends on what you're looking for out of a career
I have been employed for 3 years. They offer good insurance, paid vacation, 401K, and a discount in factory company store. Im happy with my job, it is very clean and theres not real hard work for the pay in this area, it is actually good. They recognize 8 paid holidays although good Friday or eater is not one of them. The company is involved in many non profit organizations to help the fight against world hunger, relay for life and some others. They provide many hair products at this location. It is a international global company.
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