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What is the most stressful part about working at Mom365?

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

Answered - Customer Service/Sales/Marketing (Former Employee) - Saint Charles, MO

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Omg where to start...it’s commission or base....even if you sell and add up your commission your check is almost always short...because of ”pending orders” which is nooooo where near fair!!!! The pressure to sell all they care about is money if your selling you can do what u wanna do as far a pose guides etc. the more you sell the more valuable you are to this company! This is a fun job but it’s definitely unprofessional and not at all reliable

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They should give you more money per hour im a freelance photographer would not do it for that pay

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Complete lack of support and the horrible pay. Everyday was full of anxiety and stress hoping someone would buy something. They rarely do as it's all over priced

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The management are all either related or have been there for years..they will plot and plan to get rid of you so they can keep their cushy positions. This can be extremely stressful because they all stand in a group and make fun of employees and wait for you to mess up.

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The job is fairly easy. That is the photography part of it, what I will say is that if you are employed here you may need to have a second job in addition. The pay is barely enough to survive and provide for your family on.

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Getting all the newborns for the day photographed especially since everyday there are so many variables in accomplishing this.

Answered - Photographer (Former Employee) - Saint Charles, MO

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Pay. No matter how good a photo you take, if the family doesn't have the money to buy you don't make commission. If you don't make sales you get a base salary that isn't great.

Answered - Photographer (Current Employee) - Southaven, MS

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Worrying about if I will make enough to pay my bills.

Answered - Photographer (Current Employee) - Southaven, MS

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