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Anonymous shared this review of Yahoo!, United States on Nov 13th, 2019
"You should expect long hours and working during your weekends/vacation"
Anonymous shared this review of Yahoo! on Oct 19th, 2017
"This place attracts a lot of smart, intelligent people. The corporate structure can be frustrating to work around, but the people are extremely talented. "
Anonymous shared this review of Yahoo! on Sep 22nd, 2017
"There are some wonderful people working there. Leadership has been hit or miss though. "
"Good insurance for maternity in addition to fully paid leave"
"It is led by a woman who says she is "not a feminist" she does more harm to women leaders than good."
"Make sure how your manager rates you and that corresponds to the scale of rating in your mind."
"I think it all about choosing the right group of people. Make sure your mgmt and peers provide a culture that you can thrive in. Tech companies will always be more fair to men. Just need to find the men and women that will mentor and guide you."
"Great Place but a lot of work!"
"There are NO programs designed to support or mentor women. The CEO, a woman, is a self-professed non-feminist. There is a "women in tech" group but they have no budget or power and talk over each other...and in circles. The company's problems are too big for anyone to really worry about diversity. Lip service is paid and that's all. Your experience as a woman is always as good as the person you report to allows it to be. I have had zero conversations with any of my multiple bosses about my career path over the past two years. When I have tried to initiate these conversations, I was met with puzzlement and virtual head pats. Nevermind the fact that I have developed new products, submitted a patent, and have been a force for innovation and culture improvements. It seems to have gone unnoticed. I'm being courted for C-level roles elsewhere. If I leave, guess who loses? Hint: Not me."
"Yahoo is very flexible and conducive to work/life balance."
"I believe women are treated equally. Engineers are definitely treated the best."
"Women even here at Yahoo are frequently running home early to take care of children. Their husbands never report the same. I don't see many women managers, and I believe it is because we are labelled differently when we work like men."