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Anonymous shared this review of University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center on Jan 16th, 2019
"Men are preferred in all areas of leadership. Women are ignored and not considered for leadership positions. Recent hiring would argue otherwise but this is ONLY At the top - the “ regular 9-5”ers are suffering"
Anonymous shared this review of University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center on Nov 20th, 2017
"Working here's OK if you're not a minority. Very biased and unfairness is blatant. Managers and leaders are the main culprits. Morale is very low. "
Anonymous shared this review of University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center on Oct 9th, 2017
"My bosses there were misogynistic and the women who work there have to do 5 times better than the male workers to receive any commendation or compensation comparatively. "
Anonymous shared this review of University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center on Apr 3rd, 2016
"The hours and pay are good but the culture and leadership are not female friendly. "
Anonymous shared this review of University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center on Mar 21st, 2016
"MD Anderson does not provide paid maternity leave. Employees must use sick leave/Extended Illness Bank (6 weeks for vaginal/8 weeks for Csection), the rest is unpaid if you want to get the full 12 weeks of FMLA leave for job protection. Other than that, it is quite a good place to work for. Depending on the department you work at, as a staff there is potential job growth but some jobs are just stagnant. There are quite a lot of turnovers but everyone gets great jobs after the MDACC experience. MDACC pays for employee health insurance and there are many awards (monetary or extra PTO) that they give out for outstanding job performance during the year. They also have a defined benefit plan for retirement which is vested after 5 years of working here. I've only been here for a few months, I feel the work is challenging and satisfying as we are on the forefront of cancer fighting. It is definitely demanding, but they also make sure you are not overworked."