Questions and Answers about Portrait Innovations

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Portrait Innovations.

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How long does it take to get hired from start to finish? What are the steps along the way?

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The entire hiring process takes about 2 weeks from start to finish.

Answered - Photographer/Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - Spanish Fort, AL

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The whole process takes about a week or two and that is just so that you can memorize all their scripts and protocols. However, all along the way, you complete different programs to put you on track for management.

Answered - Studio Manager (Former Employee) - Lafayette, LA

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Its a matter of a few days to get hired after the interview, but you have to wait 2 weeks for corporate to process your paperwork in order to start.

Answered - Studio Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Fort Worth, TX

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I honestly do not remember when I specifically applied so I'm pretty sure a long time had passed by the time I got an email offering to set up an interview. I set it up for a day the following week, was told I would hear back in about a week after the interview, but got called the next morning and was in as soon as served a two-week notice at my previous job.

Answered - Studio Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Winston-Salem, NC

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At least a week. They make YOU mail your paper work in, so depends on how fast you send it in, then you can start.

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A day. You can expect an interview to last about 10 minutes then you can immediately start training.

Answered - Photographer/Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Austin, TX

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2 weeks. The interview and turn around process is very fast. They are typically looking to have people start fast.

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