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Fun atmosphere, great colleagues and interesting work

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Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Lexington, MA
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Lexington, MA

I have been working at Vistaprint

Pros

The people I work with are all incredibly intelligent, skilled in what they do, and a pleasure to work with. The projects I work on are all interesting, relevant and important to the progression of our website and company.

Cons

Vistaprint is very selective when it comes to new hires which often times leads to positions being open for a long time and teams potentially being understaffed.

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  1. 2 people found this helpful  

    Great benefits, but growing amounts of red tape for innovative engineers

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Lexington, MA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Lexington, MA

    I have been working at Vistaprint

    Pros

    Vistaprint hires a lot of recent college graduates, so if you're looking to start your career, this is a decent place to do it - just be sure you are learning the right lessons from the right people. The pay and benefits are excellent. You get an extra 4 weeks paid time off every 5th year of service, which you have to take in one large chunk.

    Cons

    The organization is split between marketing and development. The marketing team is the "client" of the development organization, which means that faced with an insistent business owner and a terrible idea, an engineer has no choice but to implement, no matter how terrible the data might indicate the idea is. In fact, in some cases bad decisions on the part of marketing (which resulted in measurable losses) was blamed on software

    There seems to be a fundamental lack of understanding that both the marketing and development organizations have the same ultimate goal in mind - the success of Vistaprint. This is likely to be an ongoing barrier to Vistaprint's success as the development and marketing organizations continue to distance themselves from each other.

    The organization claims to attract "only the best and brightest", but there are plenty of dull ones and they only seem to be growing in numbers. The perception is that Vistaprint needs the bodies to get the work done (due to the growth of the company), but there is definitely some dead weight that could be unloaded.

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  2. 3 people found this helpful  

    Not very Happy

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    Current Employee - Lead QA Engineer in Lexington, MA
    Current Employee - Lead QA Engineer in Lexington, MA

    I have been working at Vistaprint

    Pros

    Pay and Benifits are excellent. Some groups are very good in treating their employees. QA automation & DSS groups are awesome.

    Cons

    Watch out where you are going to. Some groups are pretty nasty to hang in. People get treated without respect in some groups and they set you for failure.

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