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3.2 | Scottsdale, AZ | Internet | 1001 to 5000 Employees

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Personal Development

Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

Family Support

Family Support

3.9 Social Activities and Environment
3.9 Maternity and Adoptive Leave
3.8 Wellness Initiatives
3.7 The People You Work With
3.5 Paid Time Off
3.4 Family Growth Support
3.3 Equal Opportunities for Men and Women
3.1 Learning Opportunities
2.9 Salary Satisfaction
2.8 Flexible Work Hours
2.7 Management Opportunities for Women
2.7 Female Representation in Top Leadership
2.4 Ability to Telecommute
2.4 Sponsorship or Mentorship Program

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GoDaddy has come a long way in recent years. The CEO, Blake Irving, is strongly passionate about diversity and Women in Tech. We have GoDaddy Women in Tech group which is focussed on gender diversity and inclusion throughout the company. I am never treated any different than my male co-workers. Work-life balance and benefit packages can't be beat. Live passionately! #itsgotime

Very Satisfied Rater

The company is a mens club, it is almost impossible to have your voice heard and even more so if you are female. Having once applied for a leadership position after training the department on how to use our new software, twice, was denied promotion over a male coworker who couldn't follow simple steps to do his job. This was one of the many instances that if you weren't a male and weren't a "Friend" of a favorite of a manager you do not get promoted no matter how qualified you might be.

Very Unsatisfied Rater

Discouraged from talking too much in front of other employees.

Unsatisfied Rater

This company was pretty much a boy's club when I worked there. It wasn't uncommon to hear male co-workers making misogynistic jokes and other insensitive remarks--even among managers. There were few opportunities for advancement, and hard working employees would often go unrecognized and unrewarded. Employees who did get promoted were usually buddies with that manager and, again, part of the boy's club. The best you could hope for, if you were a really great employee, was a 3% raise come review time. My managers showed very little respect for my time, and my work life and family/home life was very unbalanced. Unfortunately, being willing to work long hours at the expense of your personal life was a part of the expectation. I was really dismayed when my physician essentially told me I should find another job, citing that she had several patients who also worked at the company who were suffering from anxiety, depression, high blood pressure, and other stress-related ailments. In fact, she offered on several occasions to write a letter for me to take to the company's HR department about it. I didn't take her up on the offer, but I did take her advice and get a new job. I'm in a MUCH more professional and respectful work environment now, and I'm loving it. I've known people that have had the complete opposite experience at GoDaddy and are very happy there--mainly developers or folks who worked for corporate GoDaddy. Unfortunately, in my experience, they did not make up the majority.

Very Unsatisfied Rater

Management is not well trained. Now that the company is public they need to make sure they are functioning correctly to prevent lawsuits and harassment cases. Their management teams including supervisors abuse power and treat people very disrespectfully.

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Schedules & Flexibility

  • Unlimited paid time off
  • Unlimited sick leave
  • 8 paid holidays/year
  • Flexible work hours available
  • Occasional remote work available
  • There is a core work schedule as a company, but this may vary by team or location. This can also change due to timezones, location, or situations that require as such.

Training & Education

  • Tuition reimbursement
  • On-site training opportunities
  • Conference reimbursement

Career Support

  • Mentorship or sponsorship program
  • Women's affiliate group
  • Diversity council

Family Leave

  • 18 weeks fully paid maternity leave
  • 12 weeks fully paid paternity leave
  • 12 weeks fully paid adoptive leave
  • Full-Time Employees:
  • Beginning on the first day of employment, full-time exempt employees are eligible to take twelve weeks of Parental Leave, paid at 100% of the employee’s base salary, upon the birth or adoption of the child(ren).
  • Part-Time Employees:
  • Part-time exempt employees with three or more years of service are eligible to take three weeks of Parental Leave, paid at 100% of the
  • employee’s base salary, upon the birth or adoption of the child(ren).

Family Support

  • Dedicated lactation facilities
  • Subsidized child-care
  • Fertility assistance
  • Adoptive assistance

Wellness Initiatives

  • Gym membership subsidy
  • Tobacco-free workplace
  • Standing and/or walking desks
  • Subsidized healthy food
  • On-site fitness classes and/or equipment
  • Nutrition and/or weight management counseling
  • Yoga and/or meditation

Office perks

  • Occasional social activities
  • Game room
  • Subsidized food


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