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Anonymous shared this review of VF Corporation, United States on Jul 31st, 2019
"It's a great place to work. Your input is heard and valued."
Anonymous shared this review of VF Corporation, United States on May 1st, 2019
"VF is really making good strides in creating an inclusive organization globally. "
Anonymous shared this review of VF Corporation on Dec 22nd, 2018
"It’s a great company with strong brands but very little diversity. There is a desire to change but a lack of direction and clear plans to improve on diversity and inclusion. It’s tough to move forward into leadership as a woman, you have to prove yourself and work hard to gain recognition, but it rarely results in promotions. The pace that males promote is faster than females."
Anonymous shared this review of VF Corporation on Jan 30th, 2018
"Company skews heavily female in lower-ranking positions, more male in leadership roles (with few exceptions). "
Anonymous shared this review of VF Corporation on Feb 1st, 2017
"Jeanswear and Corporate are in the midst of a transition I believe. There are many people who have been at the company for years and are waiting out their time until they can claim their pension. There is a family type atmosphere because so many people have been at the company for so long. There is currently no parental leave policy in place and very few women in senior management. Lots of traditional attitudes and lots of older white men are in charge. Other VF coalitions and brands may have different atmospheres."
Anonymous shared this review of VF Corporation on Jul 31st, 2016
"If you are a people pleaser, this is the place for you. If you are a person who wants to innovate, create change and move the company forward, this isn't the place. Most people are coasting toward retirement and doing the minimum. "