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CafePress Jobs & Careers in San Mateo, CA

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30+ days ago

Front-End Web Developer

CafePress San Mateo, CA

Comfortable learning and using new technologies, working on multiple deadline-driven projects at one time and collaborating within a team… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

QA Automation Engineer

CafePress San Mateo, CA

Automation Engineer will develop and maintain an automated test framework. This framework will require ongoing development and maintenance… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Software Engineer

CafePress San Mateo, CA

* Exercise test driven development practices to validate functionality of code * Ensure high quality and timely delivery of features * Practice agile… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

User Experience (UX) Designer - Ecommerce

CafePress San Mateo, CA

• Brainstorm, storyboard, wireframe, prototype, and execute user validation to create best of breed products and experiences • Design visually… Glassdoor


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    People are not happy.

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    Current Employee - Software Engineer in San Mateo, CA
    Current Employee - Software Engineer in San Mateo, CA

    I have been working at CafePress

    Pros

    Interesting business model, with the real potential to make a difference in peoples' lives. Company was first to market in this space (but has sadly failed to capitalize on its lead). Some fun, normal people work there. Certain departments / managers are more "normal" than others, and thus are OK to work in / for.

    Cons

    Senior management doesn't project leadership, and lacks focus and direction. Communication at all levels is abysmal. Not a very collaborative or collegial place to work; instead, fear and a pervasive "CYA" atmosphere rule the day. A middle management style best described as "toxic" is rewarded time and again, while the employees who do all the work are not recognized or respected. Work-life balance is paid lip service only. Low pay relative to similar positions at other companies (particularly in engineering dept.)

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Maybe it's time to call in some people with actual experience taking companies to the next level, and more importantly, let those people do their jobs!

    Doesn't Recommend

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