Crocs – Niwot, CO
• Perform SOX 404 documentation and testing of IT general controls and application security controls for in-scope systems and processes. • Review… Crocs
Crocs – Niwot, CO
• Ensure that Crocs is in compliance with applicable Federal, State and Local regulations pertaining to a variety of employment matters such as… Crocs
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at Crocs full-time (More than 3 years)RecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEORecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Established $1b+ global brand with a healthy balance sheet. Innovative and compelling products breaking the CROCS stereotype mold offering 4 season silhouettes for the entire family for all wearing occasions. Healthy Global retail and wholesale footprint. Brand recognition continues to grow with consumers as the company looks to expand in broader channels. Good work life balance, every other Friday off, 2 week closure at Christmas time. Healthy interest in employee development and growth. Expanded growing programs offer a wide breadth of training and professional development. Great people/colleagues who are smart, hard working and innovative daily - who "find their fun" everyday. Is a fast paced, challenging and rewarding environment. You won't be bored! Blackstone Investment of $200MM+ in the company is a testament to the brands potential. Impending new CEO and senior leadership adjustments will take the brand into the next phase of the organizations success in a very positive way. Lots of good things still to come...beautiful pace to live.
Stratospheric growth has made it challenging for process and systems to keep up with the growth of the organization. There are pain points int these areas to effectively execute strategic vision at times. Regionalized teams create silos which can impede alignment on global strategic initiatives. Current leadership meddling and non compliance enforcement complicates & muddies pre-alinged strategies. Legacy employees can struggle with new vision and strategy to take the company forward.
Advice to Management
Fill the ranks with consumer goods, footwear and retail pros. To bring the company to $2B will need an entirely different leadership strategy with pros that understand this business and have the vision to grow it. Not tech/electronic visionaries need apply. Time to hand the reigns over to the next generations leaders of the brand through empowerment and limited politics. Think with Blackstone's involvement, board veto power this ultimately will be the case and for those of us that are loyal to the brand this very exciting indeed.