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Anonymous shared this review of Workiva, United States on Jul 3rd, 2019
"It isn't great, it seems like leadership see's diversity candidates or hiring/promoting females as a "nice thing" or "popular thing" to do rather than a priority that will bring huge value to the org and product. If you can put on blinders and just do your job then you will just have to deal with less bias against women but you will still likely be the only female on your team if you are in a technical department. You'll likely experience representation burnout and be invited to every photo shoot because they have such little representation that they ask the same diverse looking people to be the face of the company. "
Anonymous shared this review of Workiva, United States on May 14th, 2019
"There are some definite difficulties working here (lack of female mentorship/leadership), but I do think that the newer leadership is committed to making changes."
Anonymous shared this review of Workiva, United States on May 10th, 2019
"This is a place that is close and headed in the right direction but be prepared to consistently be the only female in the room. You'll have to choose your battles because it would be exhausting otherwise but also know there are some truly great people and allies here. This place could be great if you are on the right team and connect with the right people but it could also backslide so know that if you come in positive you could help bring this company into a new age where it becomes one of the best places to work as a non-male employee. But be aware that it is currently playing catch up compared to other comparable tech companies."