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Women who work in it departments have an overall job satisfaction level of 3.5, 54.8% of them believe there is gender equality in their firms, and make an average salary range of $80k-$100k.

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anon3112 Accenture
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January 1970

A company focuses at bringing change. Gender equality is the highly followed.

Job Satisfaction Level
4.0
$0-$25k
$0-$10k
None taken
Yes
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Yes
Improve work-life balance and policies (e.g. flex-time, limit face time)
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poo69932 Deloitte
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January 1970

Good place for women to work. It has gender related policies but not sure if those are implemented, awareness is great though

Job Satisfaction Level
3.0
$0-$25k
Not eligible for bonus
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Yes
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Yes
Improve work-life balance and policies (e.g. flex-time, limit face time)
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January 1970

Really push on the ability to work from home. They'll say you can, but in actuality you can't per company policy of "butts in seats".

Job Satisfaction Level
2.0
$100k-$150k
Not eligible for bonus
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Yes
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no
Maybe. Yes, but not for the manager I worked for
Accurately describe the jobs when interviewing, not interview for one job and then surprise, when you show up the job is completely different.
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anon3092 Booking.com
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January 1970

Pretty good place to work as a woman. No explicit sexsim, and management has just anounced that they will start initiatives to counter unconcious bias. Hours are reasonably flexible.

Job Satisfaction Level
4.0
$50k-$80k
$20k-$50k
None taken
Yes
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Yes
Promote more women into leadership positions
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Anonymous - 12987 EPAM Systems
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January 1970

this company is great place to work foe women in IT!

Job Satisfaction Level
5.0
$25k-$50k
Not eligible for bonus
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Yes
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Yes
Not much; it's a great place to work
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anon3028 Softtek
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January 1970

I'm proud to be part of Softtek while my kids were babies. I had the opportunity to increase my knowledge and to attend my family

Job Satisfaction Level
5.0
$0-$25k
Not eligible for bonus
3 paid / unpaid
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Yes
Not much; it's a great place to work
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wannabesylviaplath Booking.com
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January 1970

Not only does Booking.com really encourage hiring women in all departments (particular efforts go into tech), but the environment they foster makes sure once you're in the company there is plenty of room for discussion and attitude towards changing things that aren't quite right. It's a company which is proud of their male/female ratio and doesn't shy away from letting us share our opinions and making sure we all feel comfortable.

Job Satisfaction Level
5.0
$25k-$50k
$0-$10k
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I think the maternity/paternity leave could be improved, compared to other companies I've worked at.
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Not much; it's a great place to work
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AVP Citigroup
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January 1970

While I believe there is a good work-life balance, more men hold positions of leadership and there could be an improvement of gender and racial equity.

Job Satisfaction Level
4.0
$80k-$100k
$0-$10k
None taken
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Citigroup offers flexible work hours and remote work to assist in work life balance.
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Improve my compensation
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January 1970

The corporate culture has changed since it is Expedia. There are current efforts to have more women in VP roles, but there is a disconnect with promoting from within.

Job Satisfaction Level
4.0
$100k-$150k
$20k-$50k
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Not for Promotion
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Yes
Promote more women into leadership positions
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January 1970

In 2016 several key leadership positions were filled by women or by men from outside of the company. This is significant because the presiding culture is to promote the best Salesmen into Executive roles. The offices of Director/VP/C-level are filled with crusty old white men who started here 30+ years ago as sales reps. The culture is still very tied to a boots-on-the-ground mentality. I am hopeful that the new hires, who come from better-known Minnesota HQ companies like Target, Land O'Lakes, and Thomson Reuters, will bring with them the breath of fresh air that's desperately needed among our executive leadership. The Executives seem to know they need to change, but I still see them wanting "others" to change around them. These are old dogs who are fresh out of tricks.

Job Satisfaction Level
3.0
$80k-$100k
$0-$10k
6 paid / unpaid
Maternity leave is average/unimpressive, Paternity leave is nonexistent.
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Flexibility varies by team and by manager. Typically working in IT offers a lot of flexibility.
Maybe. For 20+ years only white salesmen were promoted into leadership positions. Changes made in 2016 may be to the benefit of the entire company, but it will take time to see if it's enough.
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