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InHerSight Score

3.4

 
Personal Development

Personal Development

3.2
Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

3.1
Family Support

Family Support

3.7
Paid Time Off
4.0
Maternity and Adoptive Leave
3.8
Ability to Telecommute
3.8
Employer Responsiveness
3.7
The People You Work With
3.7
Family Growth Support
3.6
Flexible Work Hours
3.5
Wellness Initiatives
3.3
Management Opportunities for Women
3.3
Equal Opportunities for Women and Men
3.2
Learning Opportunities
3.1
Female Representation in Top Leadership
3.1
Social Activities and Environment
3.0
Salary Satisfaction
2.9
Sponsorship or Mentorship Program
2.8

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The family leave policies are excellent and I appreciate the commitment to diversity and having a large (40%) representation of women in top leadership positions.

Satisfied Rater

Management and sales is heavily male dominated. There are very few women in upper management to look to for guidance or support in career advancement. Still has an "old boys club" feel.

Unsatisfied Rater

In sales, be prepared to work 60 hours a week. They continue to lay people off and expand territories to unmanageable level. You are only as good as your last 30 days. No loyalty to reps regardless of track record of success. When I started ratio to male to female sales reps was 2-1.....now 10-1. Women are disproportionately laid off and far less likely to be promoted to management. Pressure, pressure, pressure. Ability to make a lot of money is definitely attainable....but be prepared for NO work life balance.

Unsatisfied Rater

The company as a whole does a wonderful job, there are pockets like the Dallas office that are locally influenced by non-progressive views and practices including a lack of separation of religious views and practices with in the office settIng, out of date views of flex life and non adaptable mentalities to the company culture. As a company as a whole they are amazing, fully embraceable into women equality and influence as well as healthy work life balance. Once locations like Dallas are forced to play by the rules and no longer break them as they do and operate like the company as a whole everyone willl be unstoppable.

Satisfied Rater

I had a manager when I worked in Quality Assurance. I had been on the team for 3 years and was knowledgeable about the software. The first day a man showed up he asked him "do you like to travel" More projects were given to him and opportunities to advance.

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Benefits & Perks

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Schedules & Flexibility

  • Flexible work hours available
  • Frequent remote work available

Training & Education

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

Career Support

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

Family Support

  • Dedicated lactation facilities
  • Adoptive assistance

Wellness Initiatives

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

Office perks

  • Game room

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