According to a company press release, war megacontractor KBR was voted one of the 50 top companies for women by readers of Woman Engineer magazine
Because other than the occasional requirement that rape victims stay locked up overseas and compelling them to arbitrate, I can see just how awesome KBR must be.
I've never worked with a female engineer who wasn't at least subtly harassed and discriminated against on a regular basis. Primarily by other engineers. And sometimes not subtly at all.
jeez, what are other companies like then?
Those lists are bought and paid for. I used to work for "One of the 100 Best Companies to Work For" and it was a cesspool of paranoiac authoritarianism, fear-driven bullying culture, top-down gross stupidity and incompetenece teamed with blind arrogance and mediocre work.
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