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Anonymous shared this review of Xandr, United States on Jul 10th, 2020
"Do not work here, it’s an awful place for women "
Anonymous shared this review of Xandr, United States on Jul 25th, 2019
"There is limited flexibility because of city and union agreements. Maternity leave policies are not great - only 6 weeks paid."
Anonymous shared this review of Xandr, United States on Jun 14th, 2019
"AppNexus was the starting place of Girls Who Code and has many women in leadership roles throughout all levels of the company."
Anonymous shared this review of Xandr on Mar 5th, 2019
"The speed of your upward mobility is really dependent on your manager and anyone else they report up to regardless of performance and reviews. I recommend to always be advocating for yourself and making sure you have open communication with your manager about your expectations or else promotions will pass you by."
Anonymous shared this review of Xandr on Oct 24th, 2018
"Different offices are treat women differently. The central NYC has a very active women's network making great strides. The company as a whole is committed to equality. However, some of the satellite offices have not made as much progress."
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