Special Orders Coordinator/Expeditor (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – April 12, 2017
If you love working a lot a days in a row without a day off then this is the place for you, but only during peak season.There are lot of perks to working here like discounted and free merchandise from time to time. When its not peak season you may not get 40 hours a week so make sure you put up some of that overtime money you will make between November and February.
free lunch during peak season, frequent breaks, and free merchandise
Production Worker (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – March 22, 2017
cafe press is long hours and great pay and you will have alot of motavated people around you so it makes those long hours not feel so bad and it makes time fly before you know it you look at the clock and you just worked 10 hours
Production Associate (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – March 21, 2017
I did like this job in the beginning we would get free lunches and gift cards for getting big orders out on time, there was no room for advancement if you were a lead don't depend on that position,most likely you would be demoted back. The people were ok to work with didn't have too many issues with that. The pay is what I have a problem with, I worked there for almost nine years started out as a temp making nine an hour got hire in three months went up to eleven per hour, after nine years I was making twelve an hour!! Every time I asked for a raise they would have an excuse, I do feel stupid for staying so long with little pay. I know they are not doing too good now but have money to build a new multi million dollar headquarters in Louisville. And I do believe if they can afford a new headquarters , they can afford to increase their employees pay!!
Press Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – March 2, 2017
Fun. Laid back. Friendly people. Easy job. Catch on quick. Flexible hours. Pick/ pack, shipping/receiving. Machine operator. Press machine, press logos on tshirts, sweatshirts, mugs, hats, socks, underwear, backpacks. Any logo that you want.
Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – October 14, 2016
I'm a software engineer at CafePress and it's a great place to work. Most days start out with a trip to the free cafe where I make an excellent cup of coffee using fresh roasted beans. Then there is a quick status update with the team to discuss any immediate issues. After that it's off to solve whatever challenge I'm faced with for the day. Lunch is usually spent with team mates in the cafe which is stocked with food and snacks, or at one of the restaurants within walking distance of the office. There's a good nerd culture here and no drama between team mates. We're issued high spec laptops and the latest version of tools to get the job done. Management works hard to make sure we have a good work-life balance. The hardest part of the job is what I'm paid to do, solving business problems with smart use of technology.
current technology, friendly coworkers, challenging, work from home policy
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – September 23, 2016
Every day I would operate press machine, Pick, pack, ship customers products. Loaded up the employees products sometimes lifting more than 50 pounds .Assisted with assigning material and goods to there locations inside the warehouse. Performed extra related duties as assigned. Stacked and arranged products on pallets.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – June 9, 2016
A typical work day consisted of answer phone calls and e-mails for customers who needed to place orders, cancel orders, exchange items, and refund orders. We also offered support to designers whom utilized website to sell their creations. During my employment, I learned that management was unorganized and there was no room for growth unless you were a manager favorite. Most of the employees were negative for the sole reason that there was no morale boosters, only negativity and constant bad changes. The hardest part of the job was dealing with the technical issues with the website and continually have to tell customers "We're sorry, it's a bug in the system and we don't know when it will be fixed." The most enjoyable part of my job was gaining friendships with the coworkers I worked with.
Kudos incentive to buy merch from the website free with earned buttons.
Management was never on the same page, changes happen so quickly that it's hard to adjust.
Producer (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – December 29, 2015
They'll lay you off after being there for only 3 days. They laid of 2nd shift, 3rd shift during peak season and just laid off 1st shift and swing shift employees... look elsewhere for employment. You'd be wasting you time here.
Customer Service/Tier 2 Support (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – May 21, 2015
Management will run around the call center shoot you with nerf guns while yelling at you to get on the phones. They make broken promises to everyone! I would run as far away from this place as possible! This is also a very racist place to work. If you are not a certain color or bff with management then they will try to push you out the door.
Ever changing management and non-appreciative of employees long hours, dedication and hard work. I would highly suggest looking elsewhere for employment. You feel like your only a number and the most important thing is hiring employee who will take the least amount of pay vs. a qualified employee who will actually go above and beyond the call of duty at all times. If you make too much they let you go and replace you with someone who will take less and might not do as good of job. Good luck CafePress companies with all of your entry level staff.
No job security, changing management, your just a number