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- "Red Hat has a great culture as you would expect from a company that founded it's roots in open source." (in 493 reviews)
- "Great People building Great Products for Great Customers!" (in 342 reviews)
- "Good work life balance and brand name" (in 218 reviews)
- "benefits are good" (in 159 reviews)
- "Work culture is good and supportive" (in 99 reviews)
- "Low salary and after 3 years the job become too repetitive." (in 125 reviews)
- "bad management" (in 119 reviews)
- "Low pay at that time." (in 90 reviews)
- "the only drawback is that the quality of management isn't universally vetted and a bad manager can ruin your experience" (in 78 reviews)
- "Probably a throwback to the startup days and senior leadership." (in 47 reviews)
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- 4.0Jul 16, 2022Software Quality EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearPune
You will definitely enjoy your life at RedHat and you can grow with proper work life balance
Nothing as of now seen
- 5.0Jan 17, 2022Marketing ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearFarnborough, Hampshire, South East England, England
Everyone is there to support one another in a growing and exciting business. The pay and benefits are very good and the work is interesting. Every employee has the trust and autonomy to make a positive difference. Work life balances are respected and there has been positive steps forward for diversity and inclusion.
The speed of decision making is very slow, even for an enterprise organisation. The culture promotes meritocracy which is great for involving everyone, but it does slow everything down.