The amount you get paid.
Lack of a reliable car.
Answered - Photographer (Current Employee) - Scottsdale, AZ
After 14 years, I left Lifetouch in Sept 2017 because they no longer offer mileage reimbursement. We used to get .30¢ per mile, then .20, than NOTHING! My car just hit 200K, it's toast, needs repairs. They abuse their employees, and it's starting to show by the 30% cut in my retirement fund. VERY SAD. I loved my job, but could no longer afford it. I put 2500 miles on my car the last month I was there. 2500! Not even a thank you or a goodbye from any management.
Asking far too much from employees making minimum wage with no hope of a raise. Lifetouch’s corporate policy as of this year is to not give raises based on tenure or merit. What is the point of working hard for them when you are disposable?
You can't get a day off. That includes calling in sick, calling ahead of time when you have a serious doctors appointment, or when your car quits on you.
Due to my car issues after driving so many miles for work. Now my car is toast.
It was a seasonal position
Answered - Photographer (Seasonal) (Former Employee) - Las Vegas, NV
I left lifetouch to get another job i was there for a while. it was great working there
Answered - receptionist (Former Employee) - Derby, CT
ESOP declining impacting retirement
Answered - Director of Systems Administration (Current Employee) - Eden Prairie, MN
Coworkers who refuse to communicate and unfair treatment from managers
Answered - School Photographer (Former Employee) - Cincinnati, OH