I don't know why no one is talking about this... but a woman who was raped at her orientation by a manager is suing Indeed. She reported it to them 3 years ago and they told her, in writing, that "it was likely the result of her own previous behavior"

A close family member worked at Indeed at a senior manager position. The culture is indeed the worst they have ever experienced and they work in tech. They described it has toxic bro culture, male dominated and terrible environment that only promotes women if they are outstanding but routinely promotes average men. They left in a few months and gave back their several thousand signing bonus. The HR then tried to fuck their visa (international worker) process by delaying timelines unnecessarily until they almost lost their new job and were a few days from being kicked out of the country. The whole experience was so traumatising threat they don’t even mention Indeed in their work ex.

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