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Anonymous shared this review of Shutterstock, United States on May 31st, 2019
"Being a woman at Shutterstock is often very frustrating; there is lots of talk of diversity within the company culture, yet all of the upper managers are white men. I've only had a man as a boss, and have only seen men promoted to more senior leadership positions. To sum it up, I worked with more managers named Matt than I did with any women managers. "
Anonymous shared this review of Shutterstock on Mar 12th, 2019
"Unfortunately I think Shutterstock has taken several steps backward in regards to promoting a work-life balance. They are cracking down on the hours people are expected to be in the office and several emails have recently gone out explaining the lack of a work from home policy. There has also been little done to help women transition back to the workforce from maternity leave or promote and recruit women in technology positions."
Anonymous shared this review of Shutterstock on Jan 16th, 2018
"Consider what you hope to get out of your time at this company. Very fast-paced, pressure filled. "