Companies

${ company.text }

Be the first to rate this company   Not rated   ${ company.score } stars     ${ company.industry}     ${ company.headquarters}

Career Resources

${ getArticleTitle(article) }

Topics

${ tag.display_name }

Community

${ getCommunityPostText(community_post) }

Writers

${ author.full_name }

${ author.short_bio }

Jobs Community For Employers

Join InHerSight's growing community of professional women and get matched to great jobs and more!

Sign up now

Already have an account? Log in ›

All articles

Employee Benefits Articles

Insurance, and sick leave, and pensions, oh my! Employee benefits are a valuable part of any employment packages. Find out which companies offer the best packages, which benefits are most important to you, and how to negotiate for them.

Working Women

HBO's Bernadette Aulestia Shares 5 of Her Secrets to Success

We cover calling out company policies, tackling imposter syndrome, the value of a good boss and more

Read more ›

Interview

What Female-Friendly Benefits Look Like at a Company with 64% Women in Leadership

Chronicle Books's efforts are paying off with an average employee tenure of 7 years

Read more ›

How To

Negotiating Benefits: Getting It Done

In part 2 of this series, we establish how to negotiate benefits

Read more ›

Interview

A Company that Offers 4 Months of Paid Parental Leave? Indeed!

How Indeed.com finds people jobs they love while making sure their employees love theirs, too

Read more ›

Insight & Commentary

What Makes Sweden So Great for Working Women?

Hint: It's not the Ikea meatballs or candy fish

Read more ›

News

6/3/18: Seen by InHerSight

What caught our eye (and you should know) that happened this week

Read more ›

Insight & Commentary

What Working Moms Really Want

InHerSight data shows flexibility, paid time-off, and equal opportunity are a must

Read more ›

How To

Negotiating Benefits: It's a Thing and You Should Do It

In part 1 of this series, we establish the 'why' and 'when' of negotiating your benefits

Read more ›

News

N.C. Latest State to Go #Red4Ed

Demands for greater value of public education and the (overwhelmingly female) labor of teachers grow louder

Read more ›

Interview

This Company’s Goals for Flexibility and Remote Work Will Shock (and Delight) You

What Dell wants women to know about what it’s like to work there

Read more ›

How To

My Job Would Be Perfect If… I Had Flexibility at Work

2 strategies for getting work flexibility

Read more ›

Interview

This Company Is Walking the Talk on Diversity and Inclusion — Here’s How

Weebly shares their formula for creating a culture of respect and empowerment

Read more ›

Interview

This Low Code Software Company Sets a High Bar for Inclusion Practices

Respect for the “whole person” drives Appian’s diversity initiatives

Read more ›

Interview

This Cybersecurity Company’s Secret Weapon? Diversity.

We asked Palo Alto Networks to give us the inside scoop on how they support gender diversity and inclusion — here's what we learned.

Read more ›

Data & Research

How Women Want Companies to #PressforProgress in 2018

Plus: A simple thing you can do right now to show your support for #IWD2018

Read more ›

Female-Friendly Companies

Athleisure? More Like Athbusiness.

15 companies with wellness programs worth your workout wardrobe

Read more ›

Female-Friendly Companies

Want to Be More Productive at Work? Stay Home.

Plus: 20 companies that let you work in your PJs

Read more ›

Data & Research

xDealbreaker: 52% of Women Say They Won't Work for Companies Without Birth Control Coverage

The recent policy roll-back could have serious implications for women and employers.

Read more ›

Data & Research

Size Matters: What Larger Companies Get Right for Women

We dug into our ratings data to uncover the areas big companies excel when it comes to supporting the women who work for them

Read more ›

Female-Friendly Companies

25 Great Companies for Future Moms

We’ve got our fingers crossed that the six weeks of paid family leave making headlines this week as part of President Trump’s budget plan -- or one of the twelve week counter proposals -- gets approved, since the U.S. is one of the only developed countries that doesn’t guarantee paid leave. But before that happens...

Read more ›