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I think that LinkedIn is a great company to work at, and can look amazing to outsiders given all of the perks for employees and its mission statement to create a supportive culture. However, do not be fooled into thinking that any corporate establishment is void of at least some small amount of discrimination against women. Whether men or women are aware of the segregation or not, women do have to go an extra step further at this company to be seen as an authority or expert at their role. Men on my team are typically given more projects than the women and are promoted to team lead/manager positions more frequently. It seems to take less effort for men to gain respect. And whether they know it or not, it is inherent in a man's nature to speak down to women (our culture has embedded this into us). Again, this is something seen in all workplace environments to some degree. This statement is just a warning that just because you came to work at LinkedIn, does not mean you will be guarded from these every day experiences and frustrations.
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