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Red Hat Raleigh, NC (US) Reviews

  • "Great people, very flexible schedules but very busy"

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    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Senior Project Manager in Raleigh, NC (US)
    Current Employee - Senior Project Manager in Raleigh, NC (US)
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    Positive Outlook

    Pros

    Not a 9 to 5 job. A lot of on the move time. Very flexible schedules. They provide tools to work almost anywhere.

    Cons

    Schedules are not very structured. Hard to separate between home and work time because of the worldwide reach of the company.

    Advice to Management

    Keep providing clear expectations to new and current employees. The type of work style that Red Hat has is not for everyone.

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Red Hat Raleigh, NC (US) Jobs

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Red Hat Raleigh, NC (US) Salaries

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$141,994 per year
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$106,535 per year
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$106,535 per year
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$87,093 per year
$69k
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$87,093 per year
$69k
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Red Hat Raleigh, NC (US) Interviews

Experience

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64%
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Getting an Interview

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13%
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    Associate Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Raleigh, NC (US)
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Red Hat (Raleigh, NC (US)) in December 2019.

    Interview

    I applied online through their careers portal, and was contacted the next day.
    The phone screen took approximately 30 minutes. I was told by the recruiter I had everything they were looking for. I went to the next step of having a phone interview with the hiring manager.
    Again, I was told I had everything they were looking for and moved on to 2 video interviews and 3 onsite interviews. The onsite interviews were rushed. I was interviewed by 3 people for 30 minutes each. There was not enough time to discuss the position and my qualifications. I was told by each interviewer I had what they were looking for. The interviews seemed casual and they were "supposed to" ask me questions set up by their People Team.
    My last interviewer did not arrive to the scheduled video interview. Once it was rescheduled, their Blue Jeans application stated there was no interview scheduled, so the interviewer called me via phone as a last resort. It appeared that he thought I had issues, but I believe someone in HR forgot to schedule our video interview with him, but there is no way to know if this happened (no explanation was provided as to why he did not arrive). During my phone interview with him, he stated several times that I had what they were looking for, that I fit the culture and goals of Red Hat, and that I would be hearing back from their recruiter very soon.
    All indications from the hiring manager and interviewers pointed to me receiving an offer. I understand that they cannot be held accountable for changing their minds, but it is irresponsible to lead a candidate on the way they did.
    A panel interview would have been more efficient and would have ensured all questions were answered, but they were rushing these interviews before their holiday shutdown so they did not provide adequate time for themselves nor the candidates.
    I did not hear back from the recruiter, even after I followed up with emails regarding my status as a candidate.
    I only found out that I was rejected after checking the careers portal on their website. After all the time spent, and the day of PTO I took from my current employer, an email sent to the candidate as a courtesy would be greatly appreciated. It is unfortunate that their talent acquisition team works this way, as I also work in HR, and do not treat candidates this way, and I was a referral from a current employee, so my candidate experience was disappointing in the end. Which is ironic because one of the interviewers boasted greatly about how they ensure their candidate experience is top-notch.
    Oh well.

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