Cutthroat & youth culture
Answered - sales associate (Former Employee) - PA
I often explained that working for Trek was like working for the Google of Bicycles. The office, the people, and the agenda were all very inviting and progressive which I feel very at home with. Since I was working remote at our Milwaukee Bicycle Park my trips to Waterloo were always special. Working at the Bicycle Park was very inviting as well. Great people, amazing clients, and fun customers made for incredible years that I will never forget.
Answered - Marketing, Sponsorship & Event Manager (Former Employee) - Milwaukee, WI
Nepotism and favoritism plague this place. Management seems to be out of touch with workers, although they seemed to be making an attempt to reconnect. Positions are not necessarily filled by those best suited but those who are related to someone there or if they are close friends with supervisors.
There is not enough fans or ventilation there so it tends to be extremely hot. They give us gatorade during this time but it is not enough.
Every once in a while we have barbeques and softball games with other companies
Answered - Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) - Ontario, CA