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Rockwell Automation

3.3 | Milwaukee, WI | Industrial Automation | 5001 to 10000 Employees
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Old school manufacturing company focused on security and equal opportunities. Decent place to work and I had my own office. Some really nice people but also a lot of grumpy old-timers trying to stick things in the wheels of progress.

Satisfied Rater

Colleagues who started with the company, held the exact same positions, and had far less responsibility/leadership positions were promoted far faster (I'm talking a timeline of YEARS). When I confronted management, multiple times, about these dependencies I was told my skillsets did not align perfectly with a chart. When I pointed out that the colleagues that were promoted above me did not have those skillsets either, I was simply told I was wrong and to stop questioning their judgement. Needless to say I didn't stay too long after that.
Numerous other instances of harassment, condescending talk, being told by a senior employee I needed to work on my career quickly because I would be retiring to have babies soon (I was 23 at the time).
Maybe the non-technical jobs aren't so bad because there is better representation, but if you are interested in an engineering position and you're female: run.

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Early Career

Work-Life balance is non-existent. Salary is way under market. Business unit has a big talent retention problem.

Unsatisfied Rater

Middle management had a lot of opportunities for female leadership, but top executive was all white men, leaving something to be desired. Culture at work was great, generally a happy workplace.

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