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Anonymous shared this review of Yelp, United States on Jun 10th, 2020
"It's more about the role... women are treated fairly, but the AE position is REALLY difficult to meet goals."
Anonymous shared this review of Yelp, India on Apr 1st, 2020
"Awesome work place. Square Yards is easy going and great for women. We all the employees are treated equally and work culture altogether is nice and supportive. You can get leaves easily too."
Anonymous shared this review of Yelp, United States on Jan 21st, 2020
"Don’t believe the hype. Come in, do the work, leave. Don’t get sucked into the family culture, it probably means well in theory but is abused in practice."
Anonymous shared this review of Yelp, United States on Sep 5th, 2019
"Don't believe anything they say and make sure you get it in writing because it will all change once you begin working!"
Anonymous shared this review of Yelp, United States on Jul 31st, 2019
"In the department I was in at least, most directors and VPs were women! That doesn't happen at a lot of tech/media places so I was happy to see that :) "
Anonymous shared this review of Yelp, United States on Jul 29th, 2019
"Financial compensation is negligible. It could take 6 years for a salary to increase by$1.00. If you have a workers’ comp case they will deny treatment as much as they can get away with. "
Anonymous shared this review of Yelp on Jan 28th, 2019
"Women are valued highly at this company but the work in general is bad "
Anonymous shared this review of Yelp on May 13th, 2017
"Great place for working moms - balance is definitely there, but I think the pace in general is a little too lax."
Anonymous shared this review of Yelp on Apr 21st, 2017
"You have to be very proactive and advocate for yourself"
Anonymous shared this review of Yelp on Apr 20th, 2017
"Great comp and flexible hours; everyone is nice and relaxed"
"Boys club and sexist at its very core. Engineers are all men, salespeople are mostly women and they look down at you. Horrible working environment for women with children with very little flexibility. Health insurance is a joke."
"Sales is difficult regardless of gender. Yelp does an OK job promoting based on merit."
"While upper management is male-dominated, it seems like more and more women in the company are climbing the ranks. There does seem to be a lack of women working in tech, with the majority in sales and HR, though. Overall, Yelp gets a B+."
"Male-dominated management but they are committed to diversity."
"It's pretty supportive"
"there are opportunities for women to advance just as there are for men. The sales environment is amongst the more evenly gender distributed that I've seen, though still leans 60/40 men to women."
"Micromanagement is an understatement. Metrics are all that matters in this cold calling position. The commission structure is poor and it is hard to make commission with the territories given to you, which have been worked through many times. The perks of the job seem nice until you understand the trade off for more time off, fully stocked kitchen, kegs, ping pong tables, 401k match (every company should have this by now its 2015) and health care are not worth the low salary paid to employees. I was paid more out of college at an entry level position in a less expensive city than at this position I am at now. According to Forbes, the national average for starting salaries of new college grads is more than what Yelp offers. No negotiating."
"This company is great for both men and women but women will have an inherent struggle as we tend to up speak and our natural tone is less aggressive so learning to control our voices and tone are key to being successful. Numbers matter here. Once you start closing deals and people know your name, options come to you- man or woman. I believe there is equal treatment of the sexes here."