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I worked at Shutterstock as an intern (Less than a year)
Nice place to work. Great office and a good company culture. Free lunch and snacks. Interns are highly valued, and expected to do real work. There is career growth and you can climb the ladder rather quickly if you want. I have seen a ton of interns secure full time jobs. For me personally the job/work I was doing did not line up with what I really wanted to do in life though.
Stock photos aren't really the most riveting thing in the world.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you're doing
I applied online. I interviewed at Shutterstock (New York, NY) in October 2020.
Long and very slow. Newly created role made for inconsistent expectations throughout the interview process. The hiring manager seemed engaged as I met with him several times, however when I reached the virtual onsite interviews, this was where everything was chaotic. One interviewer in particular was so unprofessional, had a hard time asking questions and seemed out of it, that we had to reschedule time for another day. At our follow up interview, it felt like she was interviewing me for an entirely different role and the ideas that she thought were so innovative like subscription models have been around for years....so bizarre. After all was said and done, I followed up a week later and rec'd an OOO from the recruiter who apparently had been fired, took days for someone to get back to me-after I had followed up with other HR folks and they had no idea where I was in process and who I had met with? I can't even make this up. Bullet dodged. Good luck to the poor sole that decides to work for this company.