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- "The people I work with are great!" (in 46 reviews)
- "Great culture of innovation and paving a path in our industry." (in 31 reviews)
- "The benefits and pay scale are great and comparable to other companies in the Austin area." (in 23 reviews)
- "Strong Leadership with a clear vision of success and a strategy to achieve it." (in 18 reviews)
- "amazing brand and core values" (in 15 reviews)
- "Management was not transparent with changes in operations and reviews." (in 17 reviews)
- "Pay is low in comparison to similar roles." (in 15 reviews)
- "No work life balance at all." (in 11 reviews)
- "No diversity and inclusion initiatives." (in 11 reviews)
- "There is no official work from home options unless your skills are needed in a remote area outside of Austin." (in 7 reviews)
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- 5.0Dec 26, 2017Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearAustin, TX
I've been working here for 9 months now and really enjoy watching the direct impact I've made in such a short period of time. The people are great, management is approachable and transparent, and the work is meaningful.
Working at a fast growing company you're going to constantly have ever-changing dynamics and you must be comfortable with ambiguity. The only true con that comes to mind is you must be present in the office everyday, no work from home policy.1
- 2.0Sep 25, 2021Corporate Sales Account ManagerFormer Employee, more than 1 yearAustin, TX
Work from home (2021). Team mates are all like minded individuals.
There is this odd push to pull the team together when its the higher managers who are tearing them apart. You are expected to do every side of the 'sale' including operations, shipping, and escalations. Leaving little room to focus on the job when a large amount of the time the customer doesn't even get their order. Managers hired withing last 1-2 years are spineless and just go through the motions, even going as far as to have me do parts of their job for them that they didn't know how to do, or were too lazy to dig for. Asked for a raise and was SCOLDED. Told this would never happen at another company... when I have had this conversation plenty of times in my career. I was then told I was so lucky to have YETI on my resume, what a joke. Just let them think they were right, it was so odd to watch people get angry at you asking for what you deserve. Seems everyone thinks they hold the purse strings in the hope that one day they too will make more than minimum $. When the team started coming to me and was scared to talk to managers I knew it was time to leave. They tried to rebuild the department from the ground up and it was a massive failure.14YETI Response3y
We appreciate your feedback and want to directly address your concerns. The role of a Corporate Sales Account Manager involves managing a portfolio of assigned accounts which includes taking orders, confirming payment, and ensuring orders move through the customization process to meet the customer’s requested arrival date. From time to time, there are instances (particularly in this current environment) where orders are delayed due to global supply constraints that are beyond our control. In these cases, this information is communicated to our Account Managers so they can keep our customers informed on the latest shipping updates. Our Corporate Sales Managers work very closely with our Account Mangers and conduct bi-weekly one- on-one meetings with their direct teams. Additionally, each employee and manager have a quarterly review of the employee’s performance. We take these quarterly reviews very seriously and have direct discussions around an employee’s development plan, career interests, and opportunities. These development plans are self-directed and provide employees and managers with dedicated time to identify areas of strength as well as areas for improvement. Additionally, YETI’s Talent Team conducts salary evaluations twice each year. These salary evaluations take into consideration employee performance, competitive market salary comparisons, and peer relativity. YETI strives to proactively ensure we are remaining competitive in the marketplace and fostering an environment of open and ongoing communication.
- 5.0Feb 14, 2019Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsAustin, TX
#1 - At YETI you get to really "own" your job. Your voice is heard, ideas are listened to and the hard work is rewarding. #2 - People, people, people. You'd be hard pressed to find someone who doesn't "give a damn" or is here just to earn the paycheck. And they are all super down to earth and incredibly smart! #3 - It's an authentic brand and product you will confidently stand behind and be proud to represent. #4 - The office environment and perks are exceptional!! #5 - There is a nice cross over of people who have been here a long time to help us understand why things are they way they are. And no one makes you feel like a rookie new hire. They are so helpful! #6 - Career opportunities. They are there if you are willing to work hard for them. As the business continues to grow it will create new opportunities and YETI seems to want to keep it's hard working, dedicated team in tact for the long haul - even if it means giving them time to learn new things. Trust is everything.
#1 - It can be hard to take time off during busy seasons for a lot of our departments. And due to the nature of the business our busy seasons are usually the times when most people take vacations. But on the bright side it means you learn take vacations outside of peak seasons and avoid the crowds! #2 - Changes in leadership always means more changes in people, processes, systems, etc. Change is expected at YETI. It's the norm around here and change is a good thing. There have been quite a few changes in senior leadership over the last year. Just takes time to adapt & adjust to the new processes, systems and people. #3 - There is no official work from home options unless your skills are needed in a remote area outside of Austin.3
- 3.0May 18, 2023OutfitterFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsAustin, TX
Employee Discount Benefits Work from home options
Managers didn't have oversight Room for growth and development was limited
- 5.0Jan 19, 2021Tableau DeveloperCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearAustin, TX
I love working for YETI. The people that work here are very passionate about the products and work together to make those products better every day. I'm constantly challenged in my role and encouraged to try new avenues for answers. The people on my team were super helpful in getting me comfortable with the data I work with and never hesitate to help when I still need it. This is the first time I've worked for a company that I'm confident I want to stay well into my future.
The only thing I don't like is having to work from home, sometimes it slows down processes due to waiting for people to respond. Can't really do anything about that because of COVID though.1
- 5.0Mar 28, 2023Program ManagerCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearAustin, TX
- Fast paced responsive culture, easy to shift priorities to support business pivots - Growing company with growth opportunities - Exciting lifestyle products to work on - Benefits are top tier - Flexible working environment(work from home as needed), everyone in the office mostly Tues - Thurs - Politics are well managed or none existent, I've been with companies where I have to be a good politician to get things done, not needed here - Headquarters is in Austin TX
- Have not experienced any cons ( less than 1 year employed)1
- 5.0Mar 6, 2021Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsAustin, TX
-caring and respectful culture, no egos -challenging work that keeps you engaged -growing business that keeps you on your toes -amazing brand and core values
-ambiguity - you must be flexible and adaptable or you won't survie here -no flexible work from home (PRE-COVID) -Is reasonable to work 50 - 55 hr every week3
- 5.0Mar 8, 2021Senior Territory Sales ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsRichmond, VA
Products you can believe in, people you can trust and believe in, work hard, play hard mentality. In almost 6 years I have not had a Sunday or come home from a vacation and felt the dread of going to work the next day.
Lots of change at a very fast pace. 100% keeps you on your toes.1
- 5.0Mar 14, 2019Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearAustin, TX
The culture is strong globally and the employees truly live the core values every day. There is a lot of development and growth opportunities within the organization for employees. Good benefits, paid holidays, 20 days of PTO, 401k matching, free gym onsite, discounts on products and other outdoor companies, and subsidized lunch onsite. Overall I feel that YETI really gives back to its employees with the various events throughout the year. There are weekly and monthly learning opportunities to learn about what other departments in the org do.
Very fast paced ever changing environment where you must remain nimble and flexible to keep up with the constant change. Not much flexibility to work from home, YETI is big on office face time. Also, not the best maternity leave and no paternity leave.7
- 5.0Jan 25, 2019DirectorCurrent Employee, more than 3 years
The team is passionate about doing the right thing for the business and the customer. The core values are a constant thread and more than just words on the wall. The business is dynamic, so there is a steady stream of interesting challenges. Quality and hard work are expected. It is easy to be excited about such amazing products, and a strong and fun group of coworkers makes it a great place to work. This is the most fun job I have had!
Priorities can change quickly due to business demands. This isn't a work from home atmosphere- the expectation is to be in office most of the time as a lot of cross functional work happens face to face.