Mission: People crave entertainment. At Redbox, we make entertainment more accessible and we do it better than anyone else.
I worked at Redbox full-time
*Ability to set your own work schedule.
*Perks of watching the movies.
*Laid back environment.
*In the FSR2 role, you are flown into corporate in Chicago and trained for a week
on how to fix the kiosks.
*Wear and tear on your car.
*Lots of lifting.
*Would like to see pay increased based on wear and tear on car.
*Working outside in the elements.
Advice to Management
It would be nice if all the kiosks were moved inside.
Had a phone interview with a Recruiter. It was the strangest phone interview of my life. Recruiter did not exchange any pleasantries at all - just launched right into questions within 5 seconds of starting the call. Was also grilling me with questions that were not very relevant to the position for which I was interviewing (asking me very detailed technical questions about software engineering and database development and I was not interviewing for an IT role). Started a pattern of asking me a question, letting me answer it, then telling me I was wrong. Told me Redbox is no longer owned by Outerwall, but if you Google it the news still says that Outerwall owns Redbox. Kept asking me vague questions without any context such as "What platform are you most comfortable with". Asked me that question 5 times. When I asked the Recruiter to be more specific, he'd just ask the same question. He asked me barely any questions about the ability to actually perform the job. His tone was also very rude, very direct, and very unfriendly. Made a very negative impression of Redbox.