operations Job Reviews
Women who work in operations departments have an overall job satisfaction level of 3, 42.1% of them believe there is gender equality in their firms, and make an average salary range of $50k-$80k.
Your manager has a lot to do with how happy you are your job. Choose wisely.
Women and men are treated equally. I also think compensation is the same for identical positions.
Maternity leave policy not good according to others (no personal experience)
Depends on the department spnits very important to understand culture before accepting a position. You also need to be comfortable with change because more than likely your position will change in 6-12 months
despite the fact that most senior leaders are men, wells fargo is a women friendly company. i have a female manager, and half my colleagues are women. i would like to see more women in senior leadership roles.
Management and Sales team very misogynistic, political and white male dominated. Womens (and non -whites) opinions, skills, and abillities not respected or recognized. There are some decent males working here, but unfortunately the bad ones are those that are recognized, promoted and listened too. Wish I had not waited so long to leave.
Horrible work life balance. No accountability. Overworked. Horrible upper management. Promotions are handed to unqualified individuals Worst Human Resources dept.
Networking and relationships are the to key to advancement within a department and movement into others. Insurance education is a must. Personal development is important but is limited to those who are successful in their current role and have been identified as high potential. Having strong relationships and likability will create opportunities faster that exceeding expectations. One needs only to meet the basic expectations in their current role and demonstrate the desire and ability to do more to receive opportunities. Mobility is essential for advancement.
To speak up for herself, and ask for what she believes she has worked for and deserves.
Ensure you are ok with a company that says it wants to change, but is slow to actually follow through with forward-thinking change