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What Employees Say
I have been working at Wedding.com
Start up company with a good idea in mind. Overall the major pros about this company is that the management works with your schedule. If you have another job, school, appointments, they work with you.... You can go in as early as 7am and leave as late as 5:30pm. As long as you work your 8 hrs they don't really care. You can dress business casual or just casual its really up to you, which is nice. Decent starting pay, depending on your experience. Over all, I think that is pretty much it.
There is a "manager" but this persons "managing skills" are not the greatest. There is no solid direction and it seems as if the service/experience that Wedding.com is selling is not beneficial... enough in the long run, which makes it hard to work here. Seems like employee opinions to make things better are heard but NEVER executed. There was at most 2 days of training, which was not close to being enough needed. There is not much growth as an employee, unless sales or support is your only goal. As an employee, I do not feel valued and I really do not see this company offering me any benefit in the long run.
Advice to Management
Listen to employee needs and offer more valuable training. If you want your company to grow you cannot simply train a person for 1 day and expect them to be an amazing employee. Management... themselves need more training. Managers are supposed to help employees reach their goals as well as establish an overall direction for ALL employees. Get organized and actually deliver a service that people are willing to pay for and continue with.
I worked at Charley's Angels part-time for more than a year
it was a fun job, I got to pose babies all day and talk to happy parents. With the sales commission I usually made $20 hour. You leave work when you are done with your sessions.
can be stressful, managing the timing with the babies testing, hearing screener, and doctor.