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Are You Set Up for Success at Work?

We make it easy to see if your workplace is giving you what you need — and find workplaces where you can succeed

When was the last time you thought about what you really want from a company and whether you’re satisfied with what you’re currently getting... A flexible work schedule? Opportunities for advancement? Salary satisfaction? Or perhaps it’s something more nuanced, like knowing you have as good of a shot at a promotion as your male colleagues.

Every worker has her own set of requirements and aspirations that change over time and life stages. This is especially true for women, who often find themselves moving between drastically different goals and definitions of success throughout their careers. InHerSight lets you identify the things that matter to you, see if they line up with what your company has to offer, and help you find the workplaces that will best support your dreams and goals.

Think of InHerSight as the TripAdvisor by and for working women. We collect employer ratings and build scorecards that show how satisfied women are with thousands of companies, from Apple to Zayo Group. And we use that data to play matchmaker, too.

See at-a-glance if a company provides what you need.

No matter your definition of success, we aim to help you find the workplaces that will give you your best shot at it—whether that’s making it into the C-suite, never missing your daughter’s basketball games, or continuously growing your professional toolbox.

It all starts with evaluating your company via a brief three-minute survey that focuses on 14 workplace factors that matter most to working women. These include flexible work hours, maternity and adoptive leave, paid time off, family growth support (e.g. child care, expense reimbursement, lactation rooms, etc.), salary satisfaction, wellness initiatives, sponsorship or mentorship programs, management opportunities for women, and female representation in leadership positions.

We then use those insights to help you see if you’re in the right place and find workplaces where you will thrive.

So what are you waiting for? Rate your company and find great workplaces today!

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