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"The company is cutting so much and adding so much work on you, that it's impossible to keep up. The morale at the company is extremely low. It's apparent to those who have been there for more than 10 years that they are getting rid of those that make a higher salary so they can bring in someone to make less and not have any knowledge. Experience is definitely not rewarded and neither is working hard. "
"The company has taken action on results from a recent benefits survey sent to all employees. We're seeing enhanced benefits that are important to working women and improved work-from-home policies. While the great majority of the workforce is men, the company is committed to hiring many more women in the future."
"The work is difficult but rewarding and challenging as you are building America. Positions in the field are difficult for women (i.e. few restrooms, no nursing stations, etc.) but those who can make it will move on to be leaders of the organization. Opportunities in the office and Omaha are more accommodating to women and raising a family. "
"Anyone who works hard and is solution-oriented has an opportunity to succeed and grow their career at Union Pacific. The work-life balance continues to improve, as does flexibility as COVID showed the world what can be accomplished through working from home. "
"UP is taking big steps to attract and retain women. I appreciate the company's enhanced maternity leave policy and education assistance programs, as well as the professional development and networking opportunities afforded through its female-led Employee Resource Group, LEAD."
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