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Anonymous shared this review of Union Pacific Railroad, United States on May 23rd, 2019
"Recent policy changes have made a huge impact. The enhanced paid maternity leave finally brought the company into this century, and the unlimited sick leave is incredibly helpful and makes me feel trusted. There is decent female representation in the corporate leadership structure, and the field seems to be getting better year over year. The current (2019) environment has been tough with the culture of layoffs, leaving most folks in the "If I get laid off, so be it" state of mind, where it used to be the end of the world if you were losing your job at UP. I foresee this balancing out starting in 2020. Overall, I do enjoy my job and the extracurricular activities through the Employee Resource Groups. The people you work with here become your best friends and that makes coming to work every day much easier!"
Anonymous shared this review of Union Pacific Railroad, United States on May 21st, 2019
"I watched women struggle to receive the maternity leave benefits promised, prioritize their families and routinely have work-from-home and sick day requests scrutinized while my male colleagues had none of the same requests or barriers for the very same requests. Less than 10 percent of the company is female. Some locations don’t even have Women’s bathrooms available, and the personal protective equipment often doesn’t fit women."
Anonymous shared this review of Union Pacific Railroad, United States on May 6th, 2019
"The company provides numerous opportunities for professional development and growth!"
"There are so many opportunities for women to engage in professional development and network to help you gain the most out of your career."
"There have been recent changes in policy that better support a family life. Take advantage of the policies that support this if it's part of your life goals. It's a new era at UP and things are changing. I do think it will be for the better in the long run. I think there are some good people in high places, but there are others who I question their core motives. Time will tell. It does make a difference to focus on your core work responsibilities and do the best you can. Take advantage of the benefits like tuition assistance and joining ERGs and professional organizations to make the most of your career growth."
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