- 5.0Sep 22, 2022
How work should beInside Sales RepresentativeCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearRaleigh, NC
Red Hat really truly cares about their employees, and making sure that everyone is able to work towards their goals, and even move to different departments if you feel like something is a better fit. I love this job, and consider myself so lucky to be here.
There is nothing bad to say.2
- 5.0Sep 25, 2023Marketing AutomationCurrent Contractor, more than 1 yearRaleigh, NC
- great teams - great work life balance - many opportunities to learn
- remote can be a downside sometimes with communication
- 2.0Jun 7, 2023ArchitectCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsOmaha, NE
Smart people doing the work. Open Source technology. Usually good customers. Some great managers (if you're lucky).
No executive-level leadership at this company anymore, only senior management. Current CEO has no experience leading, despite telling the same repeated story about the importance of good leadership. He spends more effort on appearance and delivering his (vague, confused) message than actually making sound business decisions. Priorities change every 3-6 months, leaving customers hanging out to dry. Consulting has to constantly smooth-over relationships with customers after products are started and dropped a year later. Growing problem of not-in-house mentality for product development. So many failed astroturf attempts to bootstrap open source communities around projects that only matter to Red Hat. Decisionmakers seem to have no accountability for bad decisions. I know cases where significant decisions were made with zero data simply because the decisionmaker didn't want to bother.54