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Is Mom365 a good company to work for?

6 English reviews out of 6

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12 March 2019

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

Reviewed by: Field Trainer in San Jose, CA (Former Employee)

30 November 2019

Pros

Good work good people here

Cons

Not really close to people

Good work good people here

30 November 2019

Reviewed by: Teacher in Luxé (Current Freelancer)

16 August 2018

Pros

Yes you do get to work with wonderful & cute babies but that’s the only pro about the job

Cons

The pay isn’t enough The nurses/ doctors will let you know you’re place but others are nice Management isn’t doing their job at all it’s like you run the place basically The hiring process is SO LONG there’s so many things you need to do before you even start training! And for the money? ITS NOT WORTH IT Plus you need to work a full 6 months before the benefits can kick in... SIX MONTHS

Advice to Management

Get it together. If we need more bilingual photographers, hire BILINGUAL photographers. Listen to the employees as well

The nurses/ doctors will let you know you’re place but others are nice

16 August 2018

Reviewed by: Anonymous in United States (Current Employee)

22 August 2018

Pros

Good Family Environment Loved my Supervisor he did everything he could to keep morale up,

Cons

No Raises ever but management get a title change and get one. Supervisors did what they could to make the place workable

Advice to Management

Look to the future it seems like were always catching up with everyone. Sales started going up with the box packages but we were sold and sales went down immediately

Good Family Environment Loved my Supervisor he did everything he could to keep morale up,

22 August 2018

Reviewed by: Sales Agent in Saint Charles, MO (Former Employee)

29 April 2020

Pros

Way less involvement than running your own business. Got to do the fun part of photographing newborns, and helping mom get the prints and products she desired. Loved getting to meet new people, and loved working with all the babies!

Cons

The days were sometimes very long. On your feet and hunched over for 8 hours per day. Unpredictable amount of clients (babies) each day of work. Have to be REALLY good at sales to get people to purchase packages so you can earn decent commission.

Advice to Management

They should have better tiered commission or incentives the more you sell. They should focus on getting photographers who are better talented/skilled, or take more direct measures to teach the photographers who aren't very good.

Loved getting to meet new people, and loved working with all the babies!

29 April 2020

Reviewed by: Photographer in Atlanta, GA (Former Employee)

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