Shutterfly Vacation & Paid Time Off

81 employees reported this benefit
Updated Jul 1, 2015
12 Ratings

Employer Summary

Here, our personal lives take priority . That’s why you’re eligible to accrue three weeks of paid time off (PTO) per year as soon as you join the company.  

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Employee Comments

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Jan 8, 2020
Former Senior Web Engineer in New York, New York State

There's unlimited DTO. As long as it's okay with your boss, you can take as much vacation as you need. Just note that you won't get paid for it if you leave.

Dec 17, 2019
Former Director, Internet Marketing in Redwood City, California

Unlimited Paid time off. Flexible hours of working. Only downside like most retail - since Q4 is super busy, it is not east to take time off during holidays

Oct 2, 2019
Current Employee in Fort Mill, South Carolina

If you are an exempt employee (salary) you get DTO and paid holidays

Jun 28, 2018
Former Employee in Charlotte, North Carolina

Very flexible. Employees can take a paid day off whenever they need it, as long as they know that it won't hurt their job responsibilities.

Sep 10, 2017
Current Employee in Tempe, Arizona

Vacation & PTO is great - I've never been able to use all of my hours. Payout of PTO upon separation from the company is heavily taxed though.

Dec 17, 2016
Current Coordinator in Shakopee, Minnesota

Good vacation time for salary personal

Feb 14, 2020
Former Employee in Fort Mill, South Carolina

Scrutinized for any time used or any sick leave. Even with a note from the Doctor, it would be counted against you.

Jul 6, 2016
Current Employee in Redwood City, California

Vacation time increases the longer you stay with the company. That is great. However, after carefully saving up time for planned events this summer, the new board / CEO / HR person / whoever it was that decided this told us with only 1 month notice that we were now required to take 3 days of our PTO on specified dates this summer so the company could shut down and reduce costs. This amounts to a reduction in our benefits and leaves a lot of us short on PTO after allocating it to ourselves throughout the year so carefully... not good.

Nov 16, 2015
Current Senior Web Engineer in Redwood City, California

Nothing to complain about. 3 Weeks to start, 4 weeks after 3 years, 5 weeks after 5.

May 15, 2015
Current Client Services Representative in Phoenix, Arizona

you get 2 weeks PTO and holidays also you get your birthday off you also have sick days. the PTO carries over to next year up to 180 hours.

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