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Rawlings Sporting Goods is an American sports equipment manufacturing company based in Town and Country, Missouri. Founded in 1887, Rawlings currently specializes in baseball clothing and equipment, producing gloves, bats, balls, protective gear, batting helmets, uniforms, bags. Footwear includes sneakers, and sandals. The company also sells other accessories such as belts, wallets, and sunglasses


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Not sure-was changed without my knowledge (Former Employee) says

"Don’t do it! Toxic environment, dishonest! Stressful, employees develop health issue !Worst place to work in this country! Greedy, Really tried to make it positive but it wasn’t possible"

Medical Auditor (Former Employee) says

"They called me to HR to fire me and had went through my stuff while doing so. When I opened the door to leave all my stuff was sitting outside and I was escorted out the back door like garbage. They also took out my reviews, progress notes, emails all that said I was improving. tried to call about my paperwork and they won't return my call."

CAQH (Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare) says

"You can make decent money here depending upon the department. However, you are put under a microscope, must follow The Rawlings Way, & are threatened with being fired on a daily basis. It's one of the most toxic work environments I've ever experienced. If you are offered a job here, RUN the other way."

Bilingual Subrogation Analyst (Former Employee) says

"Worst place to work, management is awful, benefit are bad, work environment is stressful, demeaning, sexist. I do not recommend this place as a healthy place."

INSURANCE AUDITOR (Former Employee) says

"The best way not to fall behind is to use vacation, come in early and stay late, or come in on the weekends to meet the ridiculous demands of yes man management. Everyone was afraid to speak their minds because of subtle retaliation. The money was good at one point but now not so much. Not good work/life balance as it can feel like punishment for taking off. Management is awful. The way the workload is doled out makes it so that some people can make decent money while other people will be picking at crumbs... BEWARE!On site coffee made to buyStructure, Management"

Research Analyst Representative (Former Employee) says

"Poor environment, little room for opportunity for advancement, unclear management style and direction, little in the way of work life. Employees were unfriendly"

Subrogation Analyst (Current Employee) says

"Poorly run company. Managment leads by fear. You never know when you walk in in the morning if it will be your last day. No teaching, training, coaching. You make a mistake you are let go. No loyalty or compassion.On site cafeNo flexibility in schedule, horrible to get into parking lot at the beginning of the day and to get out of at the end of the day, Flex hours would alleviate that, No job security"

Healthcare Auditor (Former Employee) says

"You are required to do 10 weeks of training in which they tell you about but they do not tell you that you have to take test to pass to the next level and if you don't then you don't have a job. And in the live production training they seem to be helpful but i feel like they are not. You ask questions and want help but get nothing that will be helpful. awful company"

from a (Former Employee) says

"I encountered reactionary micromanagement that pivots from one plan of action to the next. The uncertainty breeds an environment of fear and instability. It is the most repressive company culture I've experienced. Quite frankly, I had more autonomy running a fast-food drive-thru window as a teen. I can confirm what others have written. Coffee is $1. Ice is .50. Only 2 photos of family allowed, nothing more on your desk. No headphones allowed. Coats cannot be on the back of your chair. The dress code is consistently being updated to ban the most recent season's fashion. Fundraising for co-workers who have unexpected tragedy is prohibited. It's a miserable place to work."

Subro analyst (Former Employee) says

"I worked here for eight years and I still have PTSD. You are scared that you will lose your job everyday. The owner is very cruel and treats employees like they are 2nd class. We weren't to walk in the front door or be seen in the lobby. We weren't allowed to have any "tacky" Christmas decorations on our desk and photos had to be black or silver pictures frames. Coffee was a $1.00 cup. I could go forever about all of the insane rules. No coats or jackets on the back of your chair and ladies Sandals must have a strap on the back and a one inch heel. The crazy rules had no end. The owner and his henchmen were constantly going around micromanaging. Don't work here.NothingToo many to list."

Medical Claims Auditor (Former Employee) says

"This company is so corrupt and souless, regularly just fire people with no warning or legit reason, just so they can keep their commissions and not pay them any more. Awful people.zeroeverything"

Subrogation Analyst (Former Employee) says

"Your success at this company is highly dependent on which team you start out with. While management insists that you are able to keep up with your production within an 8 hour work day, the only people I knew who were able to keep up were putting in 10+ hours a day or came in on the weekend. The company is constantly changing their employees goals to meet their client's demands which puts a lot of pressure on its employees to stay late or risk getting fired. The company holds a lot of meetings that take up time during the work day and offset the time you have to be productive. If you miss a day, it will often take you at least a week of staying late to catch back up to your goal. Upper management does not care about the pressures they place on their employees and are constantly looking to find reasons to correct and ultimately terminate employees who aren't preforming to their standards."

Bilingual Subrogation Analyst (Former Employee) says

"Wow. Breaks my heart to see how some people who have been with the company only a few years have aged so poorly and also not take care of themselves. Very obvious that they want only certain people to represent their company. Not inclusive. Not diverse. PTSD is real. Take any medication? You will start it here. Training is 10-15 different people talking to a large class and three tests. Invasive and disrespectful for medical conditions. Do not work here"

Product Support Analyst (Current Employee) says

"Team leads are not honest or consistent. Nothing wrong with improvement of computer processes, but no consistency in training those changes, they just verbalize it and you hope you are not at lunch when they do."

Subrogation Analyst (Former Employee) says

"Good place to make money for a few months. Not a place to search for a career. If you’re self absorbed and don’t care about how employees are treated then it would be a good fit for you. Would also be a good place to work if you were deaf and have a cold heart. If you don’t mind watching middle and upper management benefit from your hard work this is the place for youGoing home"

Subrogation Analyst (Former Employee) says

"If the Rawlings Group were a basketball team, they would fire Michael Jordan for averaging 3 turnovers and 3 fouls per game; because they're so dumb that they wouldn't even realize he's also averaging 30 points, 6 rebounds, and 5 assists. This company only focuses on the negative; especially, if you're a good worker, because they aren't aware of work that hasn't been done to the point where they can track it and pick it apart to find an arbitrary mistake, or even something subjective that you "should have done" instead, because it's the "way" of doing things according to their discretion. Infact, if you just pretend to work and don't actually accomplish much of anything, except for going through the motions and looking busy, then you would probably be fine and under their radar. Also, if you're a good worker, once you build a decent amount of files that are about to start cashing in, they'll fire you and steal all your files.NoneToo many to name"

Subrogation Analyst (Former Employee) says

"I would not recommend anyone to work here.This is the absolute worst place I've ever worked. They are not honest, there is no work life balance. The turnover being above 60% speaks for itself. If you aren't ready to quit, no worries they will just fire you to make room for the fresh meat , the new class of new hires that are too new and naive to know what the company is all about yet."

Medical Claims Analyst (Former Employee) says

"Antiquated, cut-throat place that doesn't play by the rules, treats people like garbage and just learned what the acronym EEO means. Just stay away!!!That I got outNo room for advancement. Management is now based off the series "Mad Men", so if you don't want to hear misogynist speak, don't appy here. Work environment as a whole is unfriendly to minorities and other cultures."

CSR (Former Employee) says

"Worked there a year! Worst company I have ever worked for. To many rules: females were not encouraged to wear there hair back in pony tails, could not listen to music (even via head sets), not goats on back of chairs, the list goes on.NoneHorrible just horrible"

Team leader - medical claims (Former Employee) says

"I was there 2 years and got "laid off" while they continued to hire. Top people were getting fired or laid off. Rawlings runs the company like the Gestapo. Totally micromanaged.can't think of any."

Jeffrey Little says

"Horrible communication. I ordered a glove that was in stock. Ordered embroidered name. That was June 6 or so. It was for a July 7 birthday present. I received nothing regarding shipment or timing. So after 4 or 5 weeks, I emailed and was told it takes 2 months and would ship 8/3. 8/3 comes and goes.. Nothing. Emailed them twice this week still nothing. So I read other reviews. I Love how businesses are using COVID to justify horrible service. COVID has nothing to do with the lack of updates or returned emails. This is all Not to mention that when i ordered this glove there was no mention of it taking 2 months or more to ship."