Cooper Tire & Rubber Reviews

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Cooper Tire & Rubber Chairman, President, and CEO Roy V. Armes
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    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Cooper Tire & Rubber full-time

    Pros

    Cooper has a pretty laid back midwestern culture. Jeans day every Friday if you donate $2 to charity. Everyone is friendly and welcoming. Can't ask for a better work/life balance. Investment in innovation is growing.

    Cons

    Management is pretty risk adverse. Located in a pretty small town so can be hard to integrate if you relocate.


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    Accepted Offer
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    Interview

    I had a phone screen with the hiring manager and then was brought in and met with 4 or 5 managers separately for my interview. It took 3 or 4 weeks for them to finally make an offer.

    Interview Questions

    • Most of my interview questions were the standard, tell me about yourself, what kind of work did you do at XYZ.   Answer Question

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Website www.coopertire.com
Headquarters Findlay, OH
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1914
Type Company - Public (CTB)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $2 to $5 billion (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Cooper Tire & Rubber is a real wheeler dealer. The company is the fourth-largest tire manufacturer in North America (behind the likes of Bridgestone, Michelin, and Goodyear). It makes and sells replacement tires mainly for passenger cars and light trucks, but also for motorcycles, race cars, commercial, and off-road vehicles for North American and international markets. Cooper operates seven manufacturing facilities and more than 35 distribution centers worldwide. Unlike some of its rivals, Cooper does not typically sell to automotive OEMs; instead it markets its tires ... More

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