Pros: • Diversity is their strong suit. I’ve been at companies who have exercised bias through legal channels and it’s disgusting. IAS is the complete opposite. As long as you have the knowledge and personality they are looking for, you’re good to go. •Lots of women in leadership roles, too! If you’re looking for the next step in your career you WILL have a fair shot at the position with no bias. It’s VERY refreshing to experience this in real time. •Culture is extremely friendly and hardworking. We forget to loosen our ties sometimes, though. Lot’s of positive attitudes within the office. You can freely chat with people across leadership levels (minus a few). •Work Life Balance is not a myth. You will get it here. You must crank out a productive week, though. IAS isn’t for the lazy. •We have a new CEO and she is bringing change along with restructuring priorities for the company. There are tons of opportunities for you if you are a go-getter with sound ideas. You’re not just a number on a whiteboard. She will remember you. •Full pantry with snacks! Oat milk is now a fan favorite and it quickly runs out. Catered lunch on Friday’s can be hit or miss sometimes. Free food, so take the W.
Cons: •I haven’t witnessed any programs in place to encourage people who want to grow within the company. People who want to pivot into a different field (like me) are ignored and pigeonhole in their role. •More catering would be nice. (I’m nitpicking here.) • Food desert! Be prepared to budget ~$25 per day on breakfast & lunch, excluding delivery fees.