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Manager/ Field trainer (Former Employee), Eden Prairie, MNDecember 16, 2014
Fast paced and fun environment with multi task company! a great place to learn a new trade on the job!
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A fun workplace
Photographer (Former Employee), Tallahassee, FLDecember 1, 2014
The environment was great awesome team to work with and the job was excellent was able to make kids smile and enjoy there photos.
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Fun work enviorment
SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHER (Former Employee), Kent, WANovember 21, 2014
Pros: free elephant ears and corn
Cons: short breaks
A day a work consisted of making elephant ears or strawberry deserts and talking to new people, i learned how to make elephant ears at home! Management was awesome, my co workers were great, really nice and fun to work with. Hardest part was the weather ad the most enjoyable part was meeting and converting with new people as in the customers everyday.
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not enough work or pay to pay my bills
Portrait Photographer (Current Employee), San Jacinto, CANovember 21, 2014
Pros: giving the best customer service
Cons: not enough work and low pay
drive to shoot, photograph and customer service. management is lack luster but my co-workers are the best. Long distance driving. Making my clients smile and laugh. We can't make plans because we get called at a moment notice. we are on commission only and don't know what we get paid week to week.
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Not that great
Call Representative (Former Employee), Muncie, INNovember 17, 2014
Pros: the pay
Cons: everything else
10-12+ hours mandatory if you say open availability, no advancement, supervisors unwilling to work with you if sick.
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Fast Pace Photography Job
PHOTOGRAPHER (Former Employee), Downers Grove, ILNovember 7, 2014
Pros: fast moving, fun
Cons: pay, sometimes overbooked
The mornings and evenings were typically busier than afternoons. I usually spent most of my day in a camera room or showing and selling photos. Happy, fast paced working environment. You do get sick a lot being around young children, but after the first year your immune system gets used to it. Some children are easier to make smile and pose than others. – more... Overall very rewarding. – less
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Excellent company to travel with if u lofe portraiture.
Lead Photographer (Former Employee), Baltimore, MDOctober 31, 2014
Pros: excellent hours.
Cons: very early am hours at times.
Get paid to travel with a studio in your back seat, this company provides everything you need to become an excellent private photographer.
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Must love kids and thick skin.
Photographer/ Sales Associate (Former Employee), Pasadena, CAOctober 29, 2014
Didn't give you the ability to plan anything involving personal life. Not many hours, and a flawed system for rewarding good work with hours, that was never actually enforced and was abused by the studio's management. The only reward was being able to make kids smile and proving great memories for families to cherish.
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Great work life balance
Underclass Photographer (Current Employee), Baltimore, MDOctober 25, 2014
This is a great place to work if you have kids because they offer great hours and flexibility
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The work was varied.
Finishing Station (Former Employee), Tulsa, OKOctober 24, 2014
Pros: the work was seasonal.
Cons: benefits weren't great.
A great place to work if your spouse had a job as well. I enjoyed the seasonal work, but needed more than unemployment to get by.
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fun
Lead Photographer (Former Employee), Tulsa ,OklahomaOctober 13, 2014
fun and creative environment to learn basic photography skills ,driving and wear and tear on your own car can be stressful
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it was a really good job for people that like seasonal jobs and had no kids
Photo Processor/ Cutter (Former Employee), Chesapeake, VAOctober 9, 2014
i liked this job but the only thing is i couldnt do seasonal i wanted a year round job
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great place to start if you are interested or getting into photography
Photographer and Sales (Former Employee), Orlando, FLOctober 7, 2014
Pros: great experience
Cons: hard to advance
Everything i loved to do. After awhile it got too repetitive.did more answering phone than photo taking.
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Wonderful place to work.
Production Specialist I (Former Employee), Okemos, MI.October 2, 2014
Pros: the perks of working for lifetouch were the free pictures we received as employees.
Cons: the cons of working for lifetouch was that the position was seasonal.
A typical day at Lifetouch was consistent upon my attitude. The work was there, and was going to be there until I completed it. It was fast paced and very busy. The management there are friendly and family oriented. I had great co-workers who knew how to have fun and get the job done without interference. The hardest part f the job was being on my feet – more... the majority of the day. When I say majority, I literally mean 95% of the time, I was on my feet. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to hear job well done from my superiors. – less
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A workplace with many ups and downs
Photographer (Current Employee), Springfield, VASeptember 25, 2014
A typical day at work varies on the time of year and the day of the week. Some days are very busy and some are very slow. You just have to be prepared for whatever happens. I've learned to always put customers first and to make sure they are happy at all times. Management at my job is not as professional as it should be. For the little pay they expect – more... a lot, that they are not even doing themselves. My manager can be fun at times, but not trusted as she talks about us behind our backs and does not always keep word on everything. Management needs to also learn how to live by example with actions instead of putting others down all the time. She can be understanding at times but a lot of work still needs to be taken place. My co-workers are like my family. Well at least two of them so far. The others cannot be trusted that much because they are considered to be the manager's pets and converse rudely about the other employees. The hardest part about the job is trying to make sure you do everything right, and keep a smile on your face. Dealing with customers and the overall job is a handful because so much is going on, but I'm glad that I manage to get through each day. The most enjoyable part about this job is seeing the beautiful children that come each day and seeing my customers enjoy there pictures and time at JCP Potraits. – less
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Not a bad job but not good.
Marketing and Event Coordinator (Former Employee), Galion, OHSeptember 23, 2014
Kind of a high school environment, bad pay but good hours. Management doesn't really listen or care what you say.
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Hectic Schedule & Little Appreciation
Team Member (Former Employee), Dublin, OHSeptember 17, 2014
I was a portrait salesman. That was my job every day I had work. People had their photos taken and I helped them order the package they wanted. That said, I was promptly familiarized with my first work environment ever. This is where I learned how the workforce operates. My manager, although nice and professional, did not schedule my workdays very orderly. – more... I would get same-day notifications for when I was needed (and I specifically requested to not be on-call). However, he, like all of my other coworkers, were professional and courteous. The hardest part of my job was adapting to such a hectic schedule, while the most enjoyable part of my job was rising to the needs of my manager. – less
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Terrible workplace environment, with a horrible management staff.
Head Of Shipping (Former Employee), Reno LabSeptember 16, 2014
Pros: esop
Cons: pretty much everything else
No respect is given from the management staff to the production associates and it is a terrible workplace environment with god awful benefits and practically no opportunity for advancement. And currently there us no incentive to become a full time employee as they no longer get paid more than what a seasonal employee makes until at least a year into – more... the company, where they still might not get a raise. – less
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Good company to work for.
Senior, family and child portraits (Current Employee), Elk Grove CASeptember 2, 2014
They take care of their employees, and make sure that equipment is on top shape and good working condition. Safety first.
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Studio Manager
Lifetouch portrait studios- Studio Manager (Current Employee), Lewisville txAugust 21, 2014
 Photographer
 Studio Manager
 Customer service
 Handling money
 Verifying orders and making sure customers are satisfied
 Selling photos and products
 Hiring and conducting interviews.
 Demonstrated strong and professional verbal and written communication skills
 Able to manage multiple challenges and to cope with change
 Managed a team of – more... four associates or more
 Excellent customer service and rapport building skills, specifically with children and families
 Previous demonstrated leadership & supervisory/management
 experience Hands-on leadership style
 High energy and a passion for the industry – less

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