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Coupons.com Overview

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Headquarters Mountain View, CA
Size 501 to 1000 Employees
Founded 1998
Type Company - Public (COUP)
Industry Retail
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors CouponCabin, CouponTrade
Coupons.com Incorporated is a leader in digital coupons. We operate a promotion platform that connects great brands and retailers with consumers through Web, mobile and social channels. Our company is transforming the multi-billion dollar promotions industry into the digital ... More

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Coupons.com President & CEO Steven R. Boal
Steven R. Boal
58 Ratings
  • Great company!

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Mountain View, CA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Mountain View, CA
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    I have been working at Coupons.com full-time (Less than a year)


    My favorite things so far are the work-life balance, free lunch and snacks, unlimited vacation, treadmill desks, and general positive and friendly attitudes. A lot of fun employee activities here!


    Open work space in combination with the lack of small conference rooms. I also think there is room for improvement in terms of implementing corporate-wide systems/process/tools.

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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Coupons.com.


    Many Phone Interviews, one in-person interview for many hour with multiple people. If you are really invested in getting a job at this company, then interview and I suggest going through with the process. If you have do not have time to waste, then ask them up front if you are interviewing for a role that is replacing someone and one with immediate need. Otherwise, they will put you through multiple interviews and not make an offer, because they were seeking you out (only) for the purpose of interviewing you for your skills and qualifications for a potential fit. It seems like the organization is not in order, with no strategy behind hiring people, and they are most likely to waste your time and theirs ...but it seems like they are ok with wasting their time (odd). They have posted all these positions across multiple platforms, and surely they are interviewing but not hiring. Again, I see this as a sign of not taking qualified candidates seriously but scouting them for some non-fulfillable purpose, whatever that may be. I would have liked working for this company, but after going through this "I got the job in the bag" experience, because they make you feel like that, I am not sure if I want work for an organization that makes promises (about hiring and seeking you as a qualified candidate) and then drops the ball and makes an excuse about the position. This is a sign of not taking people seriously, so can't imagine working at a place with those qualities. I will say the people I interviewed with work tremendously nice and very welcoming, along with the Recruiter. Except, many people are ex-P&G peeps, so they still thing they are Proctor and God, so watch out for those guys. Make sure you ask if the position you are interviewing for requires working with P&G brands bc I was told after my many hours interview that they are looking for someone with P&G brands experience which REALLY frustrated me bc on my resume it clearly states I have CPG experience, and not specifically P&G. I know was I was qualified for the position, very qualified, but bc I was not an ex-P&G 'er I felt thats why they turned me down. So why they wasted my time and theirs, once again, I do not know.

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    • Be prepared to answer situational and behavioral questions. Like, "what skills have you acquired in your career" "what did you do when you didn't have enough data", "what do you do in your downtime" "what would you do your first day here"   Answer Question

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  • Bay Area Top Workplaces, Bay Area News Group, 2014
  • Bay Area Top Workplaces, Bay Area Newsgroup, 2013
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