Mission and values at Trek Bicycle
|The mission drives the company||59%|
|The mission is loosely followed||29%|
|The mission is not followed||12%|
|I don’t know the mission||0%|
|Giving back to the community||50%|
|Not enough data||0%|
|Not enough data||0%|
|Lack of career advancement||35%|
|Low salary or benefits||22%|
|Had to relocate||14%|
|It was a temporary job||19%|
|I don't intend to leave||10%|
Questions and answers
- Question: What is the work environment and culture like at Trek Bicycle?
- Healthy, laid back and casual, flexible to your schedule
- Answered by Product Manager (Former Employee) - Waterloo, WI - February 22, 2018
- 5 more answers
- Question: How did you feel about telling people you worked at Trek Bicycle?
- Answered by Bicycle Mechanic - Saratoga Springs, NY - June 24, 2022
- 2 more answers
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