Ariat International

Ariat International Employee Reviews in United States

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Productive work environment
SAP FICO Functional Consultant (Current Employee) –  CAMarch 19, 2016
A typical day at work includes conducting workshops with business users to gather requirements, analyzed Gaps and suggested the TO BE process.
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Fun, and rewarding place to work; great culture
Marketing (Current Employee) –  Union City, CAJune 7, 2014
- Strong continuity of strategy and management in the business
- Great family culture
- Great brand, and fun category (boots, jeans, apparel)
- Bring your dog to work!
- New renovation of building and environment is awesome
- Growing company, so there's always new things to do
- Marketing team is collaborative and fun. Leadership in Marketing is strong, communicative and very approachable
- Hardest part of the job: high growth requires additional processes and communication and can stretch the organization. But it also creates new opportunities
- Yes, I would recommend working in this department.
Pros
fun brand, great people, dogs everywhere
Cons
growth stretches the organization
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Marketing (Current Employee) –  Union City, CAJune 20, 2014
Ariat is a growing company with top notch people in every area. Expectations are high, expectations of work output is high and that level of work can become hard.
Pros
talented people, interesting product, travel, stable company, great employee discount, free food
Cons
extremely heavy workload (late nights & weekends), lots of 911s, not very flexible, politics
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Ariat prefers employees with no family or those that don't care to spend any time with their family.
FSM (Former Employee) –  Union City, CAMarch 5, 2014
You will be expected to always go above and beyond and never be rewarded for it. Don't bother trying to start a family because you will never see them. Ariat tends to fire those that actually take care of their accounts and are loyal employees. Always watch your back here...most backstab.
Pros
if you want to live entirely on the road, your food and hotel are paid.
Cons
no loyalty to employees, work is expected 24/7, family life balance not valued
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Equestrian footwear company
Footwear (Former Employee) –  Union City, CAMay 28, 2013
Lots of travel both domestically & internationally
Dogs are allowed in the office
In some depts, there are no clear career path or advancement opportunities
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SENIOR DESIGNER (Former Employee) –  Union City, CANovember 18, 2013
Disappointing experience and overall not impressed with this company.
Many upper management without leadership experience.
Cons
cooperate headquarters very weak, non inspirational environment.
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Analyst (Current Employee) –  United StatesOctober 23, 2012
Ariat is a high growth company. As an employee, you are expected to perform at a high standard. You are expected to do above and beyond the job expectation. The pay is fair market value. You are expected to work more than your average job because there is more work than employee. And it's starting to get top heavy.
Pros
fair wages
Cons
heavy workload
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