training Job Reviews
Your experience will vary greatly by role. In the training division, there were blind eyes to gender bias in leadership opportunities and training evaluations. But the two larger challenges are the poor upper-management project planning (resulting in unrealistic deadlines that required 70 and 80 hour weeks) and a lack of flexibility (requests from trainers to job-share or go part time were denied supposedly because the company would then have to make those options available to all employees). Go in with your eyes open to the possibility of burnout and negotiate your compensation at the outset (salary and vacation days - even if your recruiter says they don't negotiate), because the systems for raises are pretty inflexible later on.
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Recent Salary (USD)
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Took Maternity Leave Here? (Weeks)
Are Women and Men Treated Equally?
Not for Promotion, Evaluation and Reviews
Recommend to Women?
Maybe. The work experience here varies so much by job role, but in many positions, there are opportunities to gain a lot of experience and new skills. While it may not be the perfect place long-term, if another woman was looking to gain specific job skills and knew about the challenges, I'd recommend Epic.
One Thing Employer Could Improve
Improve work-life balance and policies (e.g. flex-time, limit facetime)