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Anonymous shared this review of Voya Financial, United States on Nov 4th, 2020
"Company that believes in diversity, equity and inclusion. Expects the same and rewards the same - work-life balance is sometimes challenging."
Anonymous shared this review of Voya Financial, United States on Aug 25th, 2020
"Many women in leadership roles with the glaring exception of sales on the Employee Benefits side. Senior leadership also tends to be male which limits opportunities to be mentored. Voya has been extremely flexible about work from home during COVID which has made employees feel valued and respected. With a lot of women at the AVP level it's common now to see working moms have young kids on their laps in Zoom team meetings and it's nice we have become less formal and in return most likely more engaged."
Anonymous shared this review of Voya Financial, United States on Mar 1st, 2020
"This is a large company and the culture will depend on who is leading the department. When interviewing, ask the tough questions."
Anonymous shared this review of Voya Financial on Nov 8th, 2017
"Company is hiring outside employees hoping to drive change. View of change and how to drive it is not consistent "
Anonymous shared this review of Voya Financial on Aug 22nd, 2016
"There are many women in leadership positions until you get to the very top. Pay and promotions are based on merit only, however we are not promoting internally as much as we used to."
Anonymous shared this review of Voya Financial on May 3rd, 2016
"Manager matters when it comes to flexibility. Not many females in high ranking executive roles. "
"In my experience, I didn't feel I was treated different than male colleagues. My manager was a woman."