CA Technologies

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4.2

 
Personal Development

Personal Development

4.2
Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

4.0
Family Support

Family Support

4.5
Paid Time Off
4.8
Family Growth Support
4.8
Maternity and Adoptive Leave
4.7
Flexible Work Hours
4.5
Wellness Initiatives
4.4
Learning Opportunities
4.3
Salary Satisfaction
4.3
The People You Work With
4.3
Management Opportunities for Women
4.2
Equal Opportunities for Women and Men
4.1
Sponsorship or Mentorship Program
4.1
Ability to Telecommute
4.0
Social Activities and Environment
3.9
Company Responsiveness
3.6
Female Representation in Top Leadership
3.2

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This is a great company, as petty as this may sound you are better off working for a man over a woman. The women leaders, specifically in Marketing, will call you on vacation, weekends and even if you are at a funeral. I often find the men leaders in other areas more accommodating then the woman leaders. You learn a lot here and the people you work with in the business are impressive. I think the company does a lot to advance women but would prefer the women in marketing do more than just simply play lip service to the topic. I expect more from the women leaders and find it ironic that they are the most disrespectful to others when it comes to flexibility, perhaps my own bias is playing into this perception. While Marketing is not enjoyable, the rest of the company appears to be.

Satisfied Rater

Overall, I liked working here, however, it was disappointing to find that men in the same role, doing the same exact job as me were making a significantly higher salary.

Indifferent Rater

Great company! Management is pretty open, direct and transparent. Compensation is above market and one of the first companies, if not the first to stop asking candidates for historical salary history. Women are paid equal to men, if not better than men, as long as they have more experience and better performance. The only criticism I have about CA is the inconsistency by office, some are really impressive, some are not. Also, some groups are managed by a command and control executive and others by a more relaxed leader. Overall a great place to work for men and and women.

Very Satisfied Rater

Surprised by some of the comments here. This company has gone above and beyond to be transparent with data and I have not experienced a situation where men are paid more than women. Would suggest if you have a question about compensation you reach out to anyone in HR. I did, and not only did they share the data with me directly, they took the time to explain it and what it meant for me personally. They did not sugar coat the data at all, and explained that I was above market on my base salary, but below market on my bonus. The next cycle, my bonus was raised to be "in line with the market". The company offers a variety of benefits that benefit working parents. The number of executives that are women is a challenge, as the company only has 1 woman executive. Promotion rates for women are great in my department, but my department is populated with more women than men. I often feel like women that complain about opportunities at CA are poor performers looking for excuses as to why their career is not going anywhere. The company provides many avenues for people to raise issues and the executives in charge of these groups are available and responsive. Speak up if you have an issue.

Very Satisfied Rater

While CA may be an adequate place for young mothers or families with small children, it is a place that career-minded women should avoid. Compensation for men in similar roles is significantly higher as is the likelihood of promotion, merit increases and decisions on bonus disbursement. Women are rarely considered for promotion to senior levels and often demoted or forced to take pay cuts to allow the company to bring in men from the outside for those roles.

Sadly, this feedback has been repeatedly shared with Senior Management and HR from a wide variety of sources over the past few years, but has yet to be acknowledged or addressed. Top-talent women (including those who are industry-awarded) typically leave CA or face demotions since their fair market value outpaces CA's willingness to pay at or promote into Senior or Executive standards.

Very Unsatisfied Rater

 

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CA Technologies has a daring vision and a powerful, expanding portfolio that helps the world’s most successful companies realize their boldest objectives. This demands exceptional innovation from the best and brightest minds – people who are passionate about making things happen and having a great time along the way.

#LifeAtCA is where you’re encouraged to fearlessly Bring What You Bring. We thrive on maintaining a diverse and inclusive workplace, encouraging diversity of thought as a business strength. What you’ll experience at CA Technologies is more than a career journey; it’s the opportunity to be part of an innovative team that eliminates barriers between ideas and outcomes. We boast a quirky culture with unique benefits for career growth, work/life balance, families and pets - just to name a few. We value diversity and strive to bring well-blended thoughts and experiences to the table in everything we do.

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