Photographer (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – April 27, 2016
With this company you are able to spend lots of time with your loved ones . Your work day only consists of 3-6 hours. Job is solely commission that can be the only down fall at times but you usually range from about $100 to $400 per day so what you make an hour is outstanding if you break it down.
Photographer/Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Louisiana – April 1, 2016
Travel to different day cares then set up equipment to take portraits. Playing with the toddlers and getting them to smile would have to be the fun part. Traveling would be the hardest at times because of the distance. Working with daycare directors and parents with sales was a plus because selling my artwork was very easy. When taking pictures I don"t stop snapping until there is a picture that I am pleased with. No matter the time.
Area Booker (Current Employee) – Cleveland, OH – March 2, 2016
While the company has switched hands, Teddybear still remains a strong leader in school photography. There are benefits and pay is commission only but the people are super friendly, the work is fast paced, and some positions allow you the opportunity to make your own schedule. Management is helpful, knowledgable, and always accepts employees ideas.
photographer (Current Employee) – Frederick, MD – January 5, 2016
With the new ownership of the company, I found it very hard to maintain my desired pay as in years previous. Due to the failures of the new software and lack of customer service, sales were down and many accounts jumped ship.
Supervisor Gift Department (Former Employee) – Gallatin, TN – September 30, 2015
Well its was a fun place to work, learned a lot on the jobs, management was fine it had its up and downs, the most enjoyable part of the job was working alongside of my colleagues. the hardest part was knowing that it closed production down.
Very cliquey. Lots of talking behind each other's backs. No benefits. Very depressing place to work. Everyone hates their jobs and is not scared to admit it. You will spend more time in a dimly lit office in a room full of people who hate your very existence than you will at home. All you do as an image editor is drag a box. The pay is nice, though. That's the only redeeming quality.
Account Rep/Portrait Consultant (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – January 29, 2014
I am so happy to be working for Nationwide Studios. I feel that this company will truely do anything to help me succeed. I am very lucky to have been choosen for this position and I am learning and growing everyday.