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30+ days ago

Administrative Assistant

Overstock.com Salt Lake City, UT

The Administrative Assistant is responsible for maintaining the Executive's schedule (email, meetings, calendar, conferences, etc) as well as… Overstock.com


30+ days ago

Manager, Email Marketing

Overstock.com Salt Lake City, UT

• Utilizing Overstock.coms CRM and ESP software to send email campaigns • Spearheading software integration testing efforts • Overseeing the… Overstock.com


30+ days ago

Front End Developer (B)

Overstock.com Salt Lake City, UT

At Overstock.com, we strive to provide our customers with the highest quality products at the best possible prices. To be able to do this, we look to… Overstock.com


30+ days ago

Director of Search Marketing

Overstock.com Salt Lake City, UT

• Manage link building strategy to improve the number and quality of backlinks pointing to Overstock.com • Monitor search engine landing pages and… Overstock.com


26 days ago

Buyer's Assistant for Small Appliances & Housewares

Overstock.com Salt Lake City, UT

• Drive strategic initiatives set by executive team and merchant leadership. • Achieve financial and profitability plans, weekly, monthly… Overstock.com


30+ days ago

Senior Software Developer

Overstock.com Salt Lake City, UT

At Overstock.com, we strive to provide our customers with the highest quality products at the best possible prices. To be able to do this, we look to… Overstock.com


30+ days ago

iOS Applications Software Developer

Overstock.com Salt Lake City, UT

Overstock.com is looking for highly skilled mobile iOS developers to work on highly reliable systems that can handle huge loads. Candidates should… Overstock.com


25 days ago

Public Relations Coordinator

Overstock.com Salt Lake City, UT

Public Relations Coordinator Salt Lake City, UT Full-time The PR Coordinator is responsible for the development and implementation of corporate… Overstock.com


30+ days ago

UX Interaction Designer

Overstock.com Salt Lake City, UT

s and inventory information. You will help Overstock.com build its reputation by making important philanthropic efforts, such as our pet adoption… Overstock.com


23 days ago

Senior Designer

Overstock.com Salt Lake City, UT

• Take the lead in conceptualizing, planning, producing and/or refining a diverse range of creative ideas/concepts, specialized graphic, interactive… Overstock.com


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Overstock.com Chairman and CEO Patrick M. Byrne
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    Never waste a good opportunity to learn from a bad leader.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Salt Lake City, UT
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Salt Lake City, UT

    I have been working at Overstock.com full-time

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook

    Pros

    The EMPLOYEES at Overstock has to be the biggest pro. I've made some of my best friends here and that's pretty cool. Most employees have a passion for the work and really want to see the company succeed.

    Cons

    It is currently being run by someone who is out of her league. She has done some great things in the customer service department and it is one of the best in retail. Kudos to her. That being said, there is nothing else of major consequence she has accomplished since (10 years ago) and she has hung her entire career on that one win.

    She is a bully and will humiliate employees regularly to deflect her inadequacies. Just when you think you've reached the bottom of her craziness, there's a crazy underground garage.

    The leadership definitely has an immature, high school feeling about it. If you're not in the 'in-crowd', it makes for an unstable work environment for sure.

    The common theme here, is that people love who they work with, but they don't like who they work for.

    Advice to Management

    The vision seems to be poorly tangled around juvenile, smart-ass comments in company stand-ups rather than any real business strategy. I guess that's the definition of SOUL?

    Find someone who actually understands and can clearly communicate the basics of business and our strategy. We need someone who can be the leader of a world-wide, publicly traded company. We used to have that, but those days are long gone. I'm surprised the board and shareholders are ok with this.

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