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I have been working at TRX Training full-time (More than 3 years)RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEORecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
The people, our products, our Brand! From top to bottom we are passionate about our brand and are committed to driving the company's success. Despite what has been posted by some, our culture is AWESOME! From daily workouts, to fruit delivery, to dogs wandering the office, to happy hours and picnics, TRX is truly a fun, perk heavy place to work. More importantly, we are a non-corporate culture that encourages straight talk (if you have the courage). I am not aware of anyone being fired from TRX for expressing their opinions or challenging decisions. As a small company, many of us are given the opportunity to wear multiple hats and grow in our careers. We have a strong practice of promoting from within and our world class customer service department has been an awesome training ground for people to branch out in to other roles. Some have left for what they thought were “greener pastures” and have asked to return after finding that those pastures had their share of manure too. TRX is the greener pasture, and I am ALL IN, as we strive to position ourselves to be the leader in the functional training space.
At times there is an unhealthy level of entitlement and “nay saying,” from a few within the company that brings people down. Those who know about us LOVE US, but we still struggle to get the word out to the masses about who we are and what we do. We sell durable, high quality products that last and are prone to cheap knockoffs which impact our business. Even though the CEO communicated that he would be handing over day to day operations to the President and CFO so he can focus on promoting our brand, people want to see him around more.
Advice to Management
Execute, execute, execute and communicate, communicate, communicate! Continue to listen to your teams. Empower them to move the needle. Compress the number of iterations before making decisions.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at TRX Training (San Francisco, CA) in June 2013.
I found the job posted online via the TRX website. I submitted my resume directly to the company and received a response email. After this, I was given a telephone screen by the company to make sure there was cultural fit as well as understanding my accounting/finance experience. Afterwards, I was invited to an on-site interview with the team. Also, I was required to take a TRX class with the company as part of the on-site interview process. The on-site included individual interviews with team members and others from the company. I was taken out to lunch and then coffee with HR to discuss moving to San Francisco. It was a great interview process.
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