What do people think of Remote Woman?
The men complaining in the comments seem to be basing their assumptions on the name of the product and not the product itself. Reading the description, maker's comment and product copy, I don't get how this is "positive discrimination".
I appreciate the sentiment here, I just don't personally find value in utilizing the site unless it has jobs that aren't listed elsewhere. I did not check to see if I could find every single listed position on LinkedIn, Glassdoor, Indeed, etc, but most of these are from major remote employers who heavily promote on the aforementioned sites. Particularly in the case of 100% distributed companies, the demand dramatically outweighs the supply; accordingly, the applicant pool is extremely competitive, and (I assume) that most viable candidates don't need an additional site to identify the opportunities. I give it a neutral recommendation because perhaps others will appreciate it more than I do. If it helps someone else, then great. Beyond "it's not for me," I am bothered by some of the fundamental claims/assumptions, but I don't think they're worth getting into. I wish the creators good luck, and I'm happy to discuss more offline if desired.
To quote the creator : We hope to be a small part of a larger movement where companies make their workplaces & hiring process inviting for all *sexes, genders, orientations and races* And yet its a remote work site only for women