One of many companies adding to the vast unemployment of American workers
operations (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – October 16, 2015
Low pay, no career path, no training. They talk the talk and don't walk the walk. The hiring of foreign worker was meant to fill jobs that were not or could not be filled by local workers, NOT to replace current employees. Who cares about your coupons if you're on food stamps.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Anaheim, CA – July 2, 2015
Enjoyed my time working for this business entity. Huge focus on improving skills, improving staff. Technology driven company. As technology moves, so moves this company. A lot of database mining, and turning that results from the database into selling points.
Good place to work but not everything is made clear
Consumer Support Analyst (Current Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – April 12, 2015
The environment is very open and it can be a great learning opportunity. Some information coming down from management tends to be confusing, There is not much communication between the different departments so tickets going to the wrong group does happen and can cause a slow down to resolution.
Loyalty Marketing Consultant (Current Employee) – Saint Petersburg, Florida – February 18, 2015
Great Culture but company seems to looking for the true direction. Since joining the company has consistently changed directions over the last few years. I'm interested in seeing a lot of changes with this organization pertaining to the compensation and job advancement.
Product Manager (Current Employee) – St. Petersburg, FL – November 11, 2013
Catalina is full of smart and intelligent people however they have been in a transition period for a handful of years now and have not had much success. As new management continues to enter, the company morale continues in a downward spiral. Several intelligent, loyal and hard working employees have left (both by choice and by not) and as a result, Catalina does not invest in their employees and continues to lose quality employees. Additionally Catalina tends not to promote from within but rather hire from outside.
The company and management are set in their old ways
Applications Developer (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg – September 14, 2013
Their company blurb says it all, …”The world is changing, consumers are changing and so is Catalina …” and Catalina is asking itself who moved my cheese? The company and management are set in their old ways trying bravely to be agile and come up to speed in the digital coupon world. The company is in a panic knowing their paper coupons are going like Kodak paper prints. Company first was looking for contractors, and then decided to hire me as an employee, and then downsize me after my project was developed and outsourced the application and support. Lots of management, very top heavy, with lots of turnover at the top. Very little regard for their working employees. Don’t be surprised if you have 5-6 managers in one year. Was treated like a number.
location, nice café and employee gym on the first floor.
management is in a panic, disregard for technical employees.
Media Consultant (Current Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – August 29, 2013
Position is fast paced, workload is heavy, compensation is average. Catalina has a great work environment in that it is laid back and positive, but management is typically 'closed door' instead of transparent and open. This position is stressful and doesn't leave much time for a personal life balance.