Women employees at RTI International on their work-life balance, and whether RTI International offers remote-jobs, part-time jobs or is a flexible place to work.

How Flexible Do Employees Think RTI International Is? (on a scale of 1-5?)
Company Average Industry Average
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How Work-Life Supportive Is RTI International?
Work-Life Friendly Attributes Company Average Industry Average
Hours: % of women who say RTI International has work-life friendly hours 80% 68%
Policies: % of Women Who Say RTI International has work-life friendly policies 20% 33%
Culture: % of Women Who Say RTI International has work-life friendly culture 40% 60%
Work-Life Balance: % Women Who Say Better Work Life Balance Would Help Retain Them 20% 25%
    • Work-life friendly Attributes:

      Hours: % of women who say RTI International has work-life friendly hours

    • Company Average: 80%
    • Industry Average: 68%
    • Work-life friendly Attributes:

      Policies: % of Women Who Say RTI International has work-life friendly policies

    • Company Average: 20%
    • Industry Average: 33%
    • Work-life friendly Attributes:

      Culture: % of Women Who Say RTI International has work-life friendly culture

    • Company Average: 40%
    • Industry Average: 60%
    • Work-life friendly Attributes:

      Work-Life Balance: % Women Who Say Better Work Life Balance Would Help Retain Them

    • Company Average: 20%
    • Industry Average: 25%
Does RTI International Have Good Work-Life Balance and Flexibility?
  • "I was working for RTI on a federal contract. So there was quite a bit of inflexibility, but it was attributed to the federal government. I had no way to test this." - knocknock
  • "I had very rigid hours that I had to be in the office, with no option for any time working from home or flex hours. This was very difficult for me being the mother of a young (under 1 year old) child. Furthermore, this system was also unfair. My supervisor worked from home without notifying anyone and did so on a whim (not a consistent schedule). My supervisor also regularly broke company policy when it came to travel (booking hotels over per diem and spending without justification). This seems particularly egregious when most of our clients are federal agencies. This is taxpayer money being spent at expensive hotels! At the office I worked at, RTI is a place where there are different rules for leadership than there are for staff considered subordinate or low-level -- though my "low-level" job was one in which I had a master's degree and 10 years of experience. Additionally, RTI recently instituted 6 weeks of paid maternity leave in January 2017. My supervisor was very reluctant to have me use this leave. It was made as hard as possible for me use this leave, having to go all the way to a Senior Director in HR to get my leave approved. Overall, RTI was such a terrible place to work, I ended up leaving before using all of my meager 6 weeks of maternity leave." - anon-2003
Does RTI International Offer Flexible, Remote and Part-Time Jobs?
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