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5 days ago

Associate Category Manager

Newell Rubbermaid Atlanta, GA

Newell Rubbermaid


5 days ago

Sr. Manager Supply Chain Reporting

Newell Rubbermaid Atlanta, GA

Newell Rubbermaid


24 hrs ago

Leader BP&A – new

Newell Rubbermaid Atlanta, GA

Newell Rubbermaid


16 hrs ago

Sr. Financial Analyst SG&A Workstream – new

Newell Rubbermaid Atlanta, GA

Newell Rubbermaid


6 days ago

Leader Packaging

Newell Rubbermaid Atlanta, GA

Newell Rubbermaid


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Newell Rubbermaid President and Chief Executive Officer Michael B. Polk
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    This place is full of hypocrisy

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    Current Employee - Associate Brand Manager in Atlanta, GA
    Current Employee - Associate Brand Manager in Atlanta, GA

    I have been working at Newell Rubbermaid full-time (more than 3 years)

    Doesn't Recommend
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO
    Doesn't Recommend
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    Really nice co-workers
    Facilities- gym, cafe, overall office is open
    Multiple-brands

    Cons

    HR and Middle mgt give mixed information- there are rules only when it suits them
    Middle mgt- I feel like Upper Mgt is competent and entry-level hires are driven and ready to perform... middle mgt falls way short- especially when it comes to leadership skills and enabling those beneath you

    Multiple brands- every time you get a new role, you're 95% starting over... the amount of knowledge and history of our brands that we've lost in the past 3 years is actually insane. This isn't P&G, the benefits of owning multiple brands gets lost when they're isn't any synchronicity.

    The previous model of acquiring brands that completely owned their markets but have no commonalities is the reality we're living in now- we're killing their equity quickly.

    Advice to Management

    When the people below you look good, you look good. Insecurity breeds a bitter culture that'll spread like wildfire, take a look at our engagement scores for instance.

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