Manager/Supervisor (Current Employee) – FL – January 21, 2019
They sell you a work life balance but the hours are long. Also they say freedom but love to build calendars out telling what you need to do everyday. not sure how I can take care of my business when I have to follow a calendar that is built for me.
Wings Team Member (Former Employee) – California – January 20, 2019
This company has so much money to be paying their employees more, but they will abuse their power for 12.00 an hour. A lot goes into one shift, planning, etc. because managers are never around. They are too busy off doing who knows what, but they don't even know what's going on. That's just a known thing too.
I had a manager and he didn't even know the warehouse code. He didn't know how to order ice. I'm not sure how he got the position since he's never been a wings team member, yet he beat out many other people for this position. It's all about who you know in this company. A lot of under qualified people in positions. The company is just all over the place. Nobody really knows what they're doing. It's a mess.
If you want a job that's all about drama, drama, drama this is the place for you. Don't waste your time here it will effect your college education. A requirement is to be in school, but they aren't understanding about school hours at all.
Cultural Field Marketing Manager (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – December 8, 2018
Everyone who works for Red Bull has a strong sense of pride in their work, their team and for being a premium energy drink on the market. Meetings were held for an entire team, meaning sales an marketing were together and strategized and shared experiences and input with each other. It was excellent communication.
Account Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – December 4, 2018
My last post was deleted but will say again stay clear of this place, biggest liars ever. They won’t let you in before 2pm even if you are done for the day and then fire you for killing time till 2 pm plus the pay is a joke
Account Manager (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – November 7, 2018
The culture at red bull is something I've seen. We work hard and play harder. At the warehouse we have a gaming section with a huge flat screen TV, ping pong tables, basketball hoops, full kitchen, everything you need. We didn't get all that by not executing, we perform at a very high level.
I enjoyed working as an Account Sales Manager for Red Bull. They seem to talk a lot about promoting from within but I didn't see any evidence of it while I was there. However, all of my bosses were great.
Area Sales Manager (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – October 27, 2018
This is a great place to work . If you are interested in becoming a sales rep. working with Red Bull will help develop those skills. The company core values are a key factor in accomplishing that goal.
Pay is awful, management regurgitates whatever RBNA tells them, so you are extremely micromanaged. Theft is a HUGE issue in the Philly market to the point where you cannot even pack shelves out, but you will still be expected to hit sales goals with no direction from managers. The GSM in my area was well know to gossip like a teenager and to openly make fun of DSM's and ASM's within earshot of other employees. But the main reason the turnover in Philly is so high is the fact that you are a salaried employee treated like you work on commission.(all ASM's there make 50k)
It’s hard to tell where management ends and the “favorite” employees begin. If there are any black people that work there, let me know. We never had one. The entire building is clique-ie, both in and out of house. Very petty. Management would nit pick about everything, and would feel the need to text you pictures along with threatening and bullying texts. The sales goals were extremely obnoxious. Dump, dump, dump product to get numbers... but don’t worry, all that out of code product is your problem too. Oh, then feel free to sell your soul to the devil for a lousy $300. It’s never enough no matter what you do and they will ALWAYS find something wrong. 3 weekly meetings a week. Yes 3. In a 5 day work week. The ONLY good thing about the job is weekends off (until they text you all weekend) and free Red Bull in the morning. Expired of course.
Unless you’re desperate... skip this one. There is a reason turnover is so high