Newell Rubbermaid is a global marketer of consumer and professional products that touch the lives of people where they live, learn, and work. We are committed to building brands that matter in the lives of the users of our products. We are also committed to leveraging the scale of our company to bring the power of a multi-billion dollar business to bear on each of the business segments through shared expertise, operating efficiencies, and a culture of innovation. Our global sales are approximately $6 billion and we have a strong portfolio of globally recognized brands...
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It's an incredibly exciting time at Newell Rubbermaid. Our future is bright and our potential is unlimited. We are at a defining moment in our history - one that we are confident will shape who we are and how our story will be told by future generations. Our story is one of growth, upside, doing more than we ever thought possible and winning.
At Newell Rubbermaid, growth is not a catch-phrase or a one-time initiative. Growth is a mindset and it's at the heart of all we do. The Growth Game Plan is our transformational strategy; it is our roadmap for how we will win in the marketplace. We are focused on both simplifying and enhancing the way we do business to accelerate our company into a faster growing, more global and more profitable Newell Rubbermaid. We are cultivating a strong performance culture, based on creativity and innovation, collaboration and interdependence, agility and speed.
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Employees say it's “OK” 291 ratings
72% of the CEO 131 ratings
Michael B. Polk
President and Chief Executive Officer
Pros: Had 7 roles of increasing responsibility with 10 - 15 years. Lot of good people to work with in supply chain and operations. Pay was good even though they did reduce bonuses for my level by 25%. – Full Review
No Offer – Interviewed in Jul 2014 – Reviewed 5 days ago New
Interview Details Included a phone interview and then a follow up with four interviews in person. Questions included:
Why do you want this job? Describe your process when you get a new project? Tell me about a time when you had to work with a difficult colleague. What are you looking for in your next role… – Full Interview
Nothing too unexpected. – Answer Question