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31 August 2018

How is management perceived at Mom365?

Pros

I wish I could think of one

Cons

Where to start? 4 CEO’s in 48 months. Constant realignment. Overworked and under paid. New Owner/CEO has no clue how to run this business and has terminated anyone that did. Photographers work too hard for little pay off and are not valued by the company or the hospital staff. Home office left with a skeleton crew which leaves the field management with no support. New managers brought in making substantially more than DM’s that had worked 24/7 for years and these new people are coming from mall studio management and are trying to treat it like retail which doesn’t work in a hospital setting but they refuse to listen to the employees that are the boots on the ground. The company is not being honest with their hospital clients about the state of the business . Just a sad, sad disaster.

Advice to Management

Get real. If you don’t fix the root of the problem and treat people fairly, you have zero chance for survival.

New managers brought in making substantially more than DM’s that had worked 24/7 for years and these new people are coming from mall studio management and are trying to treat it like retail which doesn’t work in a hospital setting but they refuse to listen to the employees that are the boots on the ground.

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12 March 2019

Is Mom365 a good company to work for?

Pros

If you love newborns, and are super flexible with your work hours, this job is great. They teach top-down sales techniques, and pay is commission-driven.

Cons

Company pushes hard for selling the largest package, but doesn't teach more than very basic photography techniques. Commissions vary, depending on numbers of babies, hours worked, and sales made. This job is good for filler income. Expect to be called in to cover other hospitals, as well.

Advice to Management

1 - Teach better photography (that makes selling even easier!!) 2 - Higher base pay for lower-birth-rate areas 3 - Improve communication between DM & Field Trainers to be less hectic.

If you love newborns, and are super flexible with your work hours, this job is great.

12 March 2019

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