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ConsumerAffairs.com Overview

Tulsa, OK
201 to 500 employees
1998
Company - Private
Publishing
Unknown / Non-Applicable
ConsumerAffairs is a rapidly growing SaaS business. Companies (Brands) utilize our SaaS product to proactively connect with their customers, collect reviews, solve customer issues, generate sales and shape their online reputation. Over 8 million consumers visit ... Read more

Company Updates

  • Team building in Tulsa today! We've been painting and landscaping with the Mental Health Association Oklahoma. Giving back to our community is such an important part of what we do. Check your social media feeds for #mostimpactful to check out today's activities.

  • ConsumerAffairs is growing. If you want to make a difference, have an entrepreneurial mindset & love to work hard & play hard: apply today!

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ConsumerAffairs.com – Why Work For Us?


Research. Review. Resolve.

ConsumerAffairs is a consumer news and advocacy organization founded in 1998. Our website includes consumer news, recall information and tens of thousands of pages of consumer reviews.

ConsumerAffairs.com Reviews

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    "Caring, enthusiastic, & supportive team that's ready to win and grow."

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    I have been working at ConsumerAffairs.com full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    We're a team of people who really care about our each other and want to help, whether it's work related or not. Smart, innovative, eager individuals - we're willing to try new things, ready to learn quickly, adapt, and grow.

    Cons

    Sometimes the environment can feel too casual - there are some individuals who could appreciate the amount of freedom we're given more. Accountability could improve - it's ok to drop the ball, own it and keep dribbling.

    Advice to Management

    Improve and increase communication practices and processes between teams and departments. While we're growing quickly, and it's exciting to be a part of the growth and impact we're having, sometimes the changes can lack guidance and information along the way.

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ConsumerAffairs.com Interviews

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at ConsumerAffairs.com (Tulsa, OK) in January 2017.

    Interview

    I had a screening interview with HR followed by two in-person interviews with senior management. After very positive interviews I received no follow up for two weeks (well past when I was told they would get back with me). I sent an email to the last person I interviewed with and received a reply several days later that they were still interviewing candidates and deciding what positions most needed to be filled. Two weeks later I received a form email informing me that they decided not to proceed with my candidacy. As I am a senior executive who met with other senior executives it was disappointing to receive a form email from a "no-reply" email address as a conclusion to the interview process.

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