Working at Red Hat, Inc.

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  • Appreciation
    4.0
  • Company Outlook
    4.4
  • Fair Pay
    3.0
  • Learning and Development
    4.1
  • Manager Communication
    4.2
  • Manager Relationship
    4.3
  • Pay Policy
    2.7
  • Pay Transparency
    2.4
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Red Hat, Inc. Reviews

What is it like working at Red Hat, Inc.?

November 2018
Web Designer & Developer:
It's a great place to work. They put a lot of resources into supporting their employees, holistically. The culture is collaborative, compensation is good, benefits are great, and they support manager training.
October 2019
"Rewarding and challenging."
Systems Analyst in Raleigh:
Pros: They allow me to learn
Cons: Some of my work still includes work I've been doing for 4 years; I want to delegate this work.
October 2019
"An Impressive Adventure."
Sr. Software Engineer / Developer / Programmer in Jeffersonville:
Pros: The ability to create new solutions, beyond just technology, to help our customers/partners/colleagues thrive and evolve.
Cons: The lack good ways to dissiminate shared learning throughout the company.
October 2019
"Mitigating Risk with Tact and Professionalism."
Employee Relations Specialist in Raleigh:
Pros: Helping people navigate tough situations
Cons: Compensation
November 2019
Senior Software Engineer in Golden:
I've been in multiple organizations within Red Hat, and the one I'm in now is by far the worst. The paths for promotion are very poorly designated or missing entirely. Managers do not communicate with one another and it seems to start at the very top. They don't manage their projects very well and getting simple one-on-ones are very difficult. This seems to have gotten worse since the IBM acquisition.
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