Shutterfly FAQ

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29 English questions out of 29

March 10, 2020

What are perks and other benefits like at Shutterfly?

Pros

Co-workers, free coffee and soda and occasional food.

Cons

Work life balance, chaos, staffing, benefits and perks and culture

Advice to Management

Get back to what made Shutterflky a great place to work. The benefits have gone down the drain and the perks and culture are gone too. There is nothing left at Shutterfly to keep people working there. Just about every other company offers what Shutterfly offers and they pay more.

Work life balance, chaos, staffing, benefits and perks and culture

March 10, 2020

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September 23, 2018

What is health insurance like at Shutterfly?

Pros

People, job, insurance, area, ok benefits

Cons

Management. Software, communication, pay, appreciation.

Advice to Management

Communication

People, job, insurance, area, ok benefits

September 23, 2018

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August 28, 2020

Does Shutterfly offer tuition reimbursement?

Pros

Great culture! Super transparent Great Flexibility Opportunities for growth

Cons

I think the benefits could use improvement: No tuition reimbursement Not a good maternity/paternity leave

Advice to Management

Hopefully there will be more diversity in management over the coming years.

No tuition reimbursement

August 28, 2020

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January 30, 2020

What is the retirement plan like at Shutterfly?

Pros

It’s a full time job

Cons

Mixed messages from upper management, big employment cuts, unsure future. Moral has plummeted. Poor 401k match, not a good looking future. What little culture and pride died with the acquisitions from Apollo.

Poor 401k match, not a good looking future.

January 30, 2020

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July 7, 2018

What is paid time off like at Shutterfly?

Pros

- Most people at the individual contributor level are wonderful coworkers that feel like family -- I've developed some great friendships! - So much opportunity and potential with the talent and specialized expertise on the teams - Great office location in Tempe - Decent benefits, including unlimited PTO and free products - Exciting time to be at the company

Cons

- New leadership on the Enterprise side came in last year and it's been a very, very difficult place to work since then - Sales teams are able to do whatever they want and continue to act as bullies throughout the organization - Integrating a modernized, agile approach to software development with a traditional commercial print business is still not working – work is still waterfall / project-driven instead of product-driven - Director level leaders are constantly misaligned and running around in circles without a clear focus or prioritization - Leadership has never been able to communicate a clear direction or vision for the Enterprise business - Lack of clearly defined roles - Dysfunctional intake / onboarding process for new work - Many people throughout the Enterprise side are suffering from burnout, pulling all-nighters and constantly fighting fires - We get our individual goals for the entire year late in Q4 long after they are 'due' - Finger-pointing mentality and culture, complete lack of humility

Advice to Management

Enterprise leadership needs to listen to people and get back to being servant-leaders Need to identify clear goals for the business that aren't just numbers Need to get the right leaders in place Need to completely overhaul how projects get sold, commitments to customers are made, and how teams are organized

- Decent benefits, including unlimited PTO and free products

July 7, 2018

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