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Shutterfly Overview

Redwood City, CA (US)
1001 to 5000 employees
1999
Company - Private
Internet
₹100 to ₹500 billion (INR) per year
Competitors

Snapfish, Vistaprint, Minted

Shutterfly empowers customers to make the most out of life’s most memorable moments. As a leader in personalized photos and services, we allow our customers to create lasting keepsakes; award-winning photos and photo books; custom stationery, including cards ... Read more

Mission: At Shutterfly, our mission is to share life’s joy.

Shutterfly Reviews

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Shutterfly full-time

    Pros

    Good copamy to work here

    Cons

    Not manadary to mention this

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Shutterfly Photos

Shutterfly photo of: Redwood City office
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Shutterfly photo of: Snacks
Shutterfly photo of: Holiday Inspiration Wall
Shutterfly photo of: Battle of the Bay Softball Team: Redwood City
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Shutterfly Interviews

Experience

Experience
51%
18%
31%

Getting an Interview

Getting an Interview
66%
11%
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Difficulty

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    Brand Team Member Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Shutterfly.

    Interview

    The actual interviewers were nice, but the process was terrible. Here's how it went:

    - Talent Acquisition Specialist #1 reached out to me to schedule an initial interview screening, and rescheduled it three times.

    - I received a generic rejection email three days after the initial screening from a second Talent Acquisition Specialist, saying they were moving on to other candidates.

    - Three days after receiving the rejection email, I received a request for availability for 2nd round interviews from a third Talent Acquisition Specialist.

    - When I received confirmation of the 2nd interview, I was given the incorrect title AND misspelled name of the person interviewing me. (Luckily, Google.)

    - Interviews 3, 4, 5, and 6 were scheduled one week later and though short, were scheduled as back-to-back video calls, each on its own separate meeting invite. When I asked the simple question of whether or not each person I was speaking to knew that I was jumping from invite to invite in case any of them ran over (all of these people did work together on the same team after all), I received a non-answer from Talent Acquisition Specialist #3 that “This is how these interviews are done and they should not go over.” No surprise, every single one ran over.

    - Interview 7, the final interview, was scheduled the following week. The name of the person interviewing me was listed completely incorrectly, not just misspelled.

    Five weeks since that final, seventh interview and there has not been a word from anyone I’ve spoken to. They've since hired, I know this (thanks to LinkedIn), but no one had the human decency to respond to my update inquiries or inform me personally.

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Shutterfly Awards & Accolades

  • Best of the Best Workplaces in the Americas, Printing.org, 2018
  • Top Cool Company - Top organizations with strong, unique workplace cultures, where they know how fun can help create the best work ever., Best Companies AZ, 2017

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