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Anonymous shared this review of USAA, United States on Apr 15th, 2020
"Lots of "invisible rules" to conform too if you want to be successful. Company is slow to make decisions. Poor communication across company results in several teams working on similar projects simultaneously. Company as a whole is resistant to change- there are leaders and teams that try to push for new ideas. Heavily relationship based, rather than skills based- meaning your promotion and success lies in you grasping the "invisible rules" and being an ill-defined subjective "culture fit". "
Anonymous shared this review of USAA, United States on Apr 2nd, 2020
"I love working here! They value my contributions as an equal. "
Anonymous shared this review of USAA, United States on Oct 18th, 2019
"I would tell women to be prepared to face gender inequality in key leadership roles. It's harder for women to succeed-they need to work harder for promotions, for getting hired in leadership roles, and to break stereotypes."
Anonymous shared this review of USAA, United States on Oct 10th, 2019
"Good benefits. Be ready for change. Respectful challenge is not appreciated and you may not feel heard in your expertise. "
Anonymous shared this review of USAA, United States on Apr 23rd, 2019
"Advocate for yourself. Join diversity business groups. Ask questions. Point out lack of diversity in leadership and volunteer to serve as a sounding board. Ask for training in leadership early and often. Seek mentors."
Anonymous shared this review of USAA on Mar 25th, 2019
"Great place to work, competitive but fair. I never felt selected or not selected based on my gender, "
Anonymous shared this review of USAA on Oct 3rd, 2018
"USAA is very committed to its values and understands that people need work life balance."