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2 days ago

Manager of Affiliates – new

Overstock.com Salt Lake City, UT

• Own all aspects of relationship with network provider (Commission Junction) including contract, payments, etc. • Monitor and report on key… Overstock.com

5 days ago

Recruiting Coordinator

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

19 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

15 days ago

Email Marketing Manager

Overstock.com Salt Lake City, UT

The Email Marketing Manager is responsible for building and managing the relationships with current partners and develops new relationships with new… Overstock.com

11 days ago


Overstock.com Salt Lake City, UT

Value. You understand that each person accepts a job for different reasons. You know how to find out what drives your candidates and you… Overstock.com

12 days ago

Merchandise Planner

Overstock.com Salt Lake City, UT

. Additionally, Merchandise Planners are responsible for assisting in the continued growth of the Merchandise Planning program by optimizing… Overstock.com

19 days ago

Senior Database Engineer

Overstock.com Salt Lake City, UT

The Senior Database Engineer must be capable of translating Business need into technical action. The Engineer must be able to work closely with… Overstock.com

18 days ago

Mobile Apps Product Manager

Overstock.com Salt Lake City, UT

Join us at Overstock.com, as we continue to build a strong mobile app presence. As a Mobile Product Manager at Overstock, you think first from a… Overstock.com

11 days ago

Pricing Strategist

Overstock.com Salt Lake City, UT

Overstock.com provides highly competitive salaries, so we can hire talented people. We also recognize your work should be rewarding, and a good… Overstock.com

18 days ago

Partner Billing Manager

Overstock.com Salt Lake City, UT

• Performs analysis to validate that partner MSA changes are properly implemented and operating as intended. • Performs analysis over partner… Overstock.com

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Overstock.com Chairman and CEO Patrick M. Byrne
Patrick M. Byrne
395 Ratings
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    Poor Leadership, Good Perks

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Negative Outlook
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    I have been working at Overstock.com full-time


    The CEO (not the President) is very intelligent and credible. He isn't a "closed door" executive. I appreciate the effort that has been put in regarding our 401k. It is nice to know that he cares about our futures. There are nice perks. Discounted gym memberships, activities, EAP, Club O membership and various deals that are provided to us as co-op opportunities with local organizations. I like that we are socially responsible via Worldstock, Pet Adoptions, Clean Air and disaster relief efforts as needed. I am also looking forward to the new campus to be built in 2016. I'm impressed with our abilities to innovate; but there is too much red tape to get those ideas enacted (big ideas).


    I have directly reported to the President and she is a nightmare. She manages by fear and the result is a lack of decision-making by her employees. People are afraid to act. The fear of inaction will eventually result in failure. She is uneducated, aggressive and immature. She is the virus at Overstock. However, she does great with company culture and has fun. She would be perfect as the CCO (Company Culture Officer); please just demote her already. Someday I plan to write a book: "How Leadership Viruses can Crumble Billions".

    Advice to Management

    The CEO should sit in on every exit interview. Get to the root cause and address it. Most employees think that the President has some "dirt" on the CEO and that is why he is suppressed from addressing this problem with her. If that is the case, I'd suggest the CEO should step down and then everyone else will follow suit, eventually. Let the President run the company into the ground. Or, grow a pair and face this suppression head on. We need an anti-nepotism policy. Yes, that would require a few people to find something else; but it would vastly improve morale. Lastly, please be more aggressive with the healthcare plan next year. Please give us better choices at different rates. Wait...one more thing: remind the President and her "posse" that they should find another place to smoke pot at Lagoon Day.

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