Questions and Answers about Shutterstock

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Free continental breakfast, free lunch, salad bar, gym reimbursments, Pelton bikes on site, Kombucha and Cold Brew on tap, free drinks and snacks, coffee, remote/wfh options

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It's okay but you're guilted into not taking them

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I simply don't unless I am asked. Honestly, I do not know anyone that is truly happy there; therefore, I simply go with my more organized, successful prior company experiences.

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There is no future because all necessary work to ensure longevity is pushed aside for short term gains. Instead of servicing the engine Shutterstock is just buying new wheel caps and tainted windows

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They need to stop thinking like a start-up. They need to make leadership accountable for their decisions and actual leadership.

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No interview. You send your photos to them and if you get enough accepted, you can start contributing on a regular basis.

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