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Mom's who have difficulty accepting child birth and/or death

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Low pay for an extremely amount of work and travel between hospitals. Wasn't worth it!

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Communication to employees. Trainer the trainers, trainers distrit managers.

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I work up to 3-4 hours a day not worth it at all!!!

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I worked here for over 3 years the future of the company was something I worried and stressed about constantly among the numerous other issues

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I'm fine with telling people I work for them. Leaving soon and will try to be professional in explaining the reason I will have left if I'm asked.

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Hourly is $7.25 and Commission is 20% but you don't get paid both. Only the one that is greater.

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You do have to get immunizations and a flu shot yearly for the safety and protection of yourself and others. The company pays for these.

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No. not flexible, you go in the morning take pictures until all babies are finished

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Not enough hours, lack of communication with manager, pay is low. I love what I do but the company needs to see the HARD work we do 20% commission is not enough 10.50$ an hour is not enough either

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