Under Armour, Inc

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Under Armour, Inc
Under Armour, Inc
3.8
1097 reviews
Under Armour, Inc Ratings
3.8
Average rating of 1097 reviews on Indeed
3.7Work-Life Balance
3.4Pay & Benefits
3.2Job Security & Advancement
3.4Management
3.7Culture
Headquarters
Under Armour Global Headquarters 1020 Hull Street Baltimore Maryland, 21230 United States
Employees
1,001 to 5,000
Revenue
$1B to $5B (USD)
Industry
Consumer Goods and Services

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 Average SalarySalary Range
154 salaries reported
$15.44
per hour
$7.70-$23.20
188 salaries reported
$15.36
per hour
$7.25-$26.55
62 salaries reported
$15.26
per hour
$7.60-$22.90
28 salaries reported
$20.97
per hour
$10.45-$32.20
25 salaries reported
$16.40
per hour
$8.20-$26.45
Salary Satisfaction
52%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 2730 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

Under Armour, Inc Reviews

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Overall Reviews at Under Armour, Inc

4.0
Sales Associate | Fremont, IN | Oct 14, 2021
Good job while attending school
If you need a good job as a high school or college student, Under Armour is a nice place to earn some money. At the location I worked at, hours were generally flexible, and it was easy to use the portal to let management know when you could and couldn't work. The location I worked at had decent managers, but they weren't the most inclusive when it came to conversation in the workplace as well as their general opinions. I did really enjoy my coworkers, however, I had an issue with a male coworker who was significantly older than me that added me on the Snapchat app through using my phone number that was posted for work purposes. I brought it up to a manager, but he brushed it off as this coworker just being "awkward" about talking to people. He also did this to another female coworker I was close with. We both just blocked the aforementioned male coworker and kept our distance. This was years ago, though, and I'm sure things have changed at this location. Additionally, the head manager was generally pleasant and conversational, but he wasn't very present, and when he did work at the store, if you were closing, you knew you'd probably being staying very late past your normal hours since he had a tendency to micromanage small things. You get a half-hour for lunch if you're part time and a full hour if you're full time. My managers tended to be pretty strict about making sure you don't go over your allotted break time, so that's something to keep in mind. The employee and family
ProsEmployee discount, fun coworkers
2.0
Specialist | Chicago, IL | Dec 29, 2017
Great part-time job while you're in school
At the Under Armour Brand House in Chicago, the atmosphere is normally good. As a teammate you see a lot of different people, especially because of the store being located on Michigan avenue. The pay is great for a part-time student who needs a job in an environment that doesn't require much but to simply do your job. As a selling specialist, you are dedicated to the athlete experience, which is easy to catch on to if you are a people person, and the discount is great! The management is not the best and, for me at least, when I first came to the company there was no official training/orientation at all, so I was left to figure out what to do and what not to do based on what I was seeing other teammates and managers do. I was there for approximately two years and I saw management quickly change as people were moving on or discovering new opportunities outside of the company. Majority of the managers are really cool, they seem to have your best interest at heart and are more than likely going to help you out when needed. The minority of managers aren't very personable, make the environment uncomfortable to work in, and tend to play favorites when there is an opportunity to take on a leadership role. These few managers are ones that are in higher up roles, so it was always unfortunate for many new hires who didn't know how they operated to go about learning about the culture of the store. Overall it was one of the best decisions that I made in school because it was a low mainten
ProsCompetitive atmosphere, sports-oriented, great pay for part-time job, low maintenance & requirements, great discount
ConsPoorly managed, "higher up" management make environment very uncomfortable for many teammates, little room for advancement, not very forward in training or providing understanding for what you need to know
2.0
Warehouse Worker | Tennessee | Jul 16, 2017
Very Hot in Summer and Very Cold in Winter
There is no heat in winter and no air in summer unless you work in the office. They have good benefits but the pay is beyond lacking. Its not where near cost of living. You'll definitely need a second job or work all the overtime you can get to live which means you won't see much of you're family. Some people live 30 minutes to an hour away so they already have limited time. The morning exercise isn't worth the time. They do have a exercise areas. The cafeteria has air and heat that's the only time you'll have any. They do provide fans but they are small so they barely do anything and there's never enough to go around. Of you go on break or to the bathroom the equipment you use is usually gone when you come back (mainly fan and tape gun)and it isn't the best quality. They do have a good training program and their warehouses are growing. Summer vacation depends on how long it take them to fixed something. So it might be a couple of days or 7. They constantly talk about how they're better than Nike and it gets old. I rather hear how they're doing as a company and what they going to do for the employees who burn up to the point of passing out (they will tell you to drink a lot of water) and freeze to the point of numbness for them. Who cares if someone wears Nike to work. Its just clothing and they had it before the worked there. By the way, you have to start with a temp most of the time. And don't talk to people around you. Its frowned upon. Typical day: you come in and find ou
ProsBenefits
Conswages, no climate control, play favorites, and the list goes on
2.0
Lead | Woodbridge, VA | Dec 25, 2019
Just Ended Terribly
If you’re a lead at the Woodbridge location, unless you’re a yes-man to the store manager, you’re definitely going to feel that your job security is being threatened. Behind your back, he’ll have the other leads on your back. They’ll text him every little thing you do wrong and then you’ll get a text going off on you. Another thing to note is that the store manager openly stated he didn’t want to hire any other females for leadership positions because they “argue” back. There’s no compromise. He wants it his way only. Teammates and management are super shady. Everything you tell someone gets around. Store manager hires his friends/best friends then immediately promotes them into leadership roles. You can’t tell HR because the DM finds out and talks to the store manager which again gets around and then they get rid of you. If you want to deal with a lot of stress and managers who don’t give a heck about their employees, apply. Even if you’re on top of your availability for scheduling, they don’t listen. They prioritize favorites and once you’re not a favorite the whole work environment is toxic as heck. They don’t pay teammates well and even with the new MVT system in place, the SM was able to make his bestie MVT right after he got promoted (leads aren’t supposed to be MVTs). Higher management like the DM doesn’t care. They’ll tell you to trust them but if everyone’s information is getting around...it’s obvious who’s telling who what. So please be wary when applying to t
ProsDiscount I guess
ConsManagement, No Advancements, Toxic Work Environment
1.0
Shipping and Receiving Clerk | Sparrows Point, MD | Jun 25, 2019
Terrible and hyped up for no reason
I worked here at the building in Sparrows Point Maryland through a temp agency which is just as bad. I started working at this facility months before their grand opening in February and all of my hard work was pretty much ignored for nothing without regard for a full-time position through Under Armour. They give you a bunch of broke promises about how you can go from temp to hire but you never can. They're more apt to keep bringing in Temps and work them hard just to get rid of them whenever they feel like it. When things come up like meetings and events come to appreciate their accomplishments you are disregarded like you didn't help the company work towards their goals. When you speak to management they always pass the blame to someone else and have no problem treating you like a dumb worker also I have noticed that the lack of respect for a person's beliefs and nationalities is held in low regard. All I ever hear from the workers they're already is that five years ago they would hire through temp agencies and that they would give them bonuses and all of the perks of really being a good worker but at the present moment all of that is just hearsay because I have been there and I haven't seen any of that and it's a shame because I really wanted to work there through Under Armour and not a temp agency that they just puppeteer.
ProsAbsolutely nothing
ConsWill not hire permanent
1.0
Retail Sales Associate | Houston, TX | Jun 13, 2022
No hours, Favoritism from managers in the workplace, feeling useless at work.
I was very excited to join this company as it seemed a great opportunity. They lured me in with the promise of lots of hours and chance to move up. I worked at the Houston outlets location for a little more than a month and in that time period I was given two 4 hour shifts a week, I had to wait an extra 5 days to receive my first check after requesting direct deposit. I was told by other employees that you will only get days to work if you befriend the scheduling managers and kiss up to them. The scheduling managers would give a surplus of days to people they were friends with outside of work. An example of favoritism within this company was how someone who was hired at the same time as me received 4 days a week while I was given only 1. The job task include folding clothes and saying hi to customers thats it and I felt useless. I would beg to be put on the cashier to help out and the managers acted like it was rocket science to work the register. This company and their favoritism driven managers wasted my time and overall caused me to lose my insurance for my car and evicted from my apartment. Do not apply here unless your a high school student who would like to be paid 200$ every two weeks.
Prosno pros
Consfavoritism, no hours, feeling useless at work, waste of time, have to buy your own under armour clothing with no support from the company
2.0
Packer/Shipper | Sparrows Point, MD | Nov 2, 2019
Families are Ruining This Company from yhe Inside
I agree with this quote, they have Too many Relatives DESTRORYING The Company from inside: "I worked here at the building in Sparrows Point Maryland through a temp agency which is just as bad. I started working at this facility months before their grand opening in February and all of my hard work was pretty much ignored for nothing without regard for a full-time position through Under Armour. They give you a bunch of broke promises about how you can go from temp to hire but you never can. They're more apt to keep bringing in Temps and work them hard just to get rid of them whenever they feel like it. When things come up like meetings and events come to appreciate their accomplishments you are disregarded like you didn't help the company work towards their goals. When you speak to management they always pass the blame to someone else and have no problem treating you like a dumb worker also I have noticed that the lack of respect for a person's beliefs and nationalities is held in low regard. All I ever hear from the workers they're already is that five years ago they would hire through temp agencies and that they would give them bonuses and all of the perks of really being a good worker but at the present moment all of that is just hearsay because I have been there and I haven't seen any of that and it's a shame because I really wanted to work
2.0
Packer/Shipper | Mount Juliet, TN | Jan 21, 2022
It is a good place to work if you simply need to pay your bills. If you want a career or job satisfaction don't work on the floor.
I worked at Under Armour just to make some immediate money so it satisfied my immediate need to pay bills. I worked on the floor packing customers boxes from the orders displayed on the screen. Most of the employees have been doing this type of work for years so I don't think they expect or ask for what they really deserve. The pay is too low for the work and the physical toll on your back, feet and legs. Employees are not allowed to sit so they are standing on concrete floors....some with semi-cushioned pads which aren't adequate. This company is a poster-child for the reason why unions are needed. I also noticed that there is very little diversity among the floor managers/supervisors. There are several packer/shippers who informally train and supervise their co-workers but they are not promoted or paid for it. When the new logistic/front office/managerial recruits tour the floors there are rarely any people of colors yet there are so many low-paid people of color working on the floor. There needs to be appropriate pay for the workers and better representation in upper management.
ProsThe technology
ConsLow pay; employees forced to stand for 8/10/12 hours.
4.0
Manager | United States | Feb 8, 2016
Compared to Other Retailers
Under Armour is great compared to other retailers and across all industries the benefits package is hard to beat. However, retail in general is for the single or married without children. If you do have a family, don't plan on being the parent who can just leave work early to go pick up a sick child if you are on the store management team. It's really hard to find time to take that two weeks of PTO we work so hard for because so much time is blacked out and you can't have two managers away at the same time. You should also hope nothing happens where you will need extended time off because you will use up all of your PTO for that. If you feel like none of these situations apply to you, then a retail management career with Under Armour is fun, challenging and rewarding. Also, non traditional work schedules are very convenient for some (i.e. it's a lot less stressful to run all of your errands on a slow week-day than it is on a weekend when you're trying to contend with events and get-togethers as well). However, working weekends means you either miss out on everything with your family or you're too tired to attend oftentimes. So, this review is really nothing against UA specifically, just retail in general but remember, all jobs have their pros and cons.
4.0
Sales Associate | Tannersville, PA | Mar 18, 2019
Really fun job
I really enjoyed working at UA. All the managers were so down to earth and friendly. They’re always willing to help. Also, it was really fun to work around the other associates; it just seemed like a home away from home. The only things I didn’t really like about working there was that the customers were a little nasty towards me- probably had at least 1 rude customer a week(but that’s anywhere you go), corporate was quick to change the discount from 50% off everything to 30% sale items and 50% regular priced items. For me as a struggling woman, I felt as though I couldn’t afford any of the clothes I was representing especially being paid $9 an hour(then again, it’s retail) and also corporate had us hand out armour cards: every $50 you spend you get $10 off your next purchase and the rules on how to redeem it changed everytime and the wording on the back was very confusing and I often had customers argue with me saying “that’s not how it was pitched” so I kinda wish I had a good experience with those cards before I left. I only left because I had to relocate for personal and financial reasons.
ProsGreat management, awesome products, good associates, lots to do, discount, free food during holidays especially black friday
ConsConfusing armour cards, bad customers
1.0
Verkoopmedewerk(st)er (m/v) | Amsterdam | Nov 6, 2019
Ongemotiveerde omgeving zonder leiderschap en machtsmisbruik
Ik heb in totaal 1,5 jaar bij UA gewerkt bij de Brandstore, en ik heb veel mensen zien weg gaan. De management is lui, zit de heletijd op hun kantoor en komt bijna nooit op de winkel fleur. Hun proberen je te motiveren en pushen en vragen veel van je (mag niet eens naar de wc als je hebt geen pause hebt, je MOET in je zone blijven.) Maar verder geven hun geen goeie voorbeeld om te laten zien hoe het moet of om gewoon motivatie te geven an hun collegas. Verder worden taken en verantwoordelijkheiden die van de management zijn, op de verkoopmederwerkers neergelegd, zodat ze kunnen netjes vroeg op tijd (16.00 elke dag) naar huis. Daarom worden wij gevraagd om de winkel te sluiten met soms niet eens 3 mensen. Er wordt alleen gekijken om posities te vullen met extern mensen ipv collegas. Wij krijgde ineens een nieuwe manager die was niet eens 2 maanden aangenomen als assistant manager, en die wist niks en toonde geen interes in ons of de brand. Heel slecht ervaring, en de qualitei van de kleding is veel minder dan vroeger, prijzen zijn ook duurder dan in andere landen. Ik zou niet aanraden om hier te gaan soliciteren, zoiezo willen ze alleen maar goedkoop, tiener kracht ipv ervaren en professionale mensen. Zeer telergesteld en verspil van mijn tijd en initiatief.
Proselke kwartal vrij uniform die jij mag houden!
Consgeen respect, or motivatie om als een team te werken, geen doorgroei mogelijkheiden1
2.0
Sales Associate | Richmond, BC | Sep 2, 2019
Coworkers were great, management and customers not so great
A typical day would be: clock in, get sent to a section, clock out. Most of the time, you have to figure out the promotions and check which section you're in yourself. Knowing Mandarin is a must otherwise you'll both get frustrated and may end in them yelling at you for not understanding them. Lots of extremely rude/entitled customers come through those doors, so unless you're very forward, patient and thick-skinned, pray that you don't get put on cash. Management wasn't great. If you're efficient, management throws a ton of work at you which gets extremely overwhelming. You're essentially doing twice or three times the amount of work because a slower employee couldn't do his job properly. Scheduling the right amount of shifts is always an issue, understaffed on busy days and overstaffed on slow days. You don't get a 15 minute paid break (it's been on and off for the past year or 2) because apparently it was too hard for management to schedule, only an unpaid 30 minute if you work more than 5 hours. As for opportunities to grow in the company, there are none. They barely ever promote anyone and preferred external hires. The only reason why I liked working there was the coworkers. They were super fun to be around and made being there bearable.
Proscoworkers
ConsCustomers, management, no opportunity to grow

Questions And Answers about Under Armour, Inc

What is the best part of working at Under Armour, Inc?
Asked Dec 4, 2019
Chill environment and great for learning retail skills
Answered Jun 27, 2022
Amazing family orientated team, works with your availability, pretty simple/easy job
Answered Jun 20, 2022
How often do you get a raise at Under Armour, Inc?
Asked Jul 5, 2022
Never received a raise.
Answered Aug 17, 2022
Yearly
Answered Aug 17, 2022
What is the promotion process like at Under Armour, Inc?
Asked Oct 12, 2020
They encourage promoting internally.
Answered Aug 16, 2022
Awesome
Answered Aug 15, 2022
What benefits does Under Armour, Inc offer?
Asked Jul 24, 2016
Health, vision, dental, life, pet
Answered Aug 8, 2022
Dental, health, life, discounts at other places, etc
Answered Aug 6, 2022
Do they drug test .?
Asked Jul 28, 2016
Not in castle rock Colorado
Answered Aug 5, 2019
Nope, unless you want to drive a forklift, then OSHA makes them do it.
Answered Apr 19, 2019