Better pay would be great and let us keep are tips.
Understand that the majority of your staff is new to sales or photography. You get what you pay for. There are instances when you will find an employee who is exemplary. Treat them well because they will realize their worth once they are put through the ringer.If you do not listen to their ideas or if you do but do not take them seriously, they will find a company who will and who will pay them accordingly
Appreciate your employees with better pay, and less perks for management. And bring back decent mileage reimbursement.
Give good compensation.
If you’re going to expect team members to meet sales goals (I worked in a studio location), then you should provide all employees with bonuses, not just the managers.
Increase pay. Then people would actually want to stay & work for this company.
Increase pay, give more work
Answered - Lead Photographer, Team Leader and Trainer (Current Employee) - Farmingdale, NY
Allow proper time for in field training. Hiring enough staff to cover volume of customers.
Answered - Lead Photographer (Former Employee) - Las Vegas, NV
Stop cutting hours
Stop giving 1 person a 2+ person job.
It's impossible to meet the required hours to get insurance.
Answered - Senior Portrait Photographer (Current Employee) - Elmhurst, IL
Be nicer. give notice on hours. be understanding of hard situations. dont cuss at your employees.
Answered - framer and inspector (Former Employee) - Galion, OH