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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Tough MudderPros
- Amazingly talented group of colleagues
- Fairly decent benefits package
- Amazing core product
- Ability to travel to events (though not as often anymore)
- Nice gym membership
- Cool officeCons
-Revolving door of employees either by high-tailing it out of the door when they realize what they've gotten themselves into Or being fired at the drop of a hat for a myriad of strange reasons.
-Insane expectations to look at Tough Mudder as a "lifestyle" not a job. Essentially meaning employees need to put TM before their own needs all the time, every time.
- Laughable "culture" in which you are punished or looked down on if you don't participate in the often ridiculous or CEO self-serving activities that employees are "invited" to.
- CEO: Speaks to employees, especially women or entry level staffers, with the most condescending tone ever. He runs the organization by fear and intimidation. He is incredibly smart and has built a great brand, but no need to tell him that. He knows, he acts like he knows and he'll remind you if he thinks that you may have forgotten how smart/awesome he or Tough Mudder is.Advice to ManagementAdvice
-Quit wasting time coming up with new task forces and titles for your executives and weekly/monthly/annual/bi-annual/tru-annual meetings and get back to the meat and potatos of the organization: The People.
- Invest in your amazing talent pool in a real way. Tell them that they're valuable AND valued.
- Find someone more affable to be the internal face and voice of Tough Mudder. NO employee wants to yell Mudder, when The CEO yells Tough at another All Team Gathering and people are tired of hearing Will get up and talk to employees like a bunch of 12 year olds.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEO