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The Ship's Photographer Work Life Balance FAQ

Read what The Ship's Photographer employees think about work life balance at the company and make sure this fits your lifestyle. Employees have questions about everything from the work from home policy, overtime and flexibility.

The Ship's Photographer has a work life balance rating of 3.1.

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2 English questions out of 2

25 April 2020

What is working from home like at The Ship's Photographer?

Pros

You show you care, they listen and let you collaborate with TSP, That is great! Also on difficult times like this, TSP showed care and support to the other colleagues onboard. Makes You feel in a safe place. At least to me...

Cons

Not many variety on back grounds, we regularly take photos of the same but with different name. You have to pay your flight ticket back to your home town.

Advice to Management

Gangways are Pointless, we should focus more in portraits and Spot Light. A 99 package feels like you just sold your job to 10 guests that makes you wait 3 hours in the gangway, and the day after they tell you that we were not there...

You have to pay your flight ticket back to your home town.

25 April 2020

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22 April 2020

How is the work/life balance at The Ship's Photographer?

Pros

This job is built for those who love to travel and meet people from around the globe. Yes, it's a little outside the box and that's what makes it awesome. If you go into it with an open mind and ready for new experiences, you'll enjoy it. There's a lot of fun to be had living the onboard lifestyle and you truly have the opportunity for once in a lifetime experiences and destinations.

Cons

You play hard and you work hard, can often be long hours, but you get accustomed to it and at times can perhaps feel a bit munotonous. Same as any job you guys, except you're traveling the world with this one! Being away from home months at a time can of course be difficult, but your colleagues are like a second family when you have a great team. Pay is less than on land, but the companies made improvements to this and also offers extra incentives through commission. Career progression could be expanded.

Advice to Management

Staying in touch with your employees and making them feel valued and having direct contact with them is important to me. So always appreciate your updates that come through and the open door policy allowing us to stay in touch. Thank you for your continuous hard work.

You play hard and you work hard, can often be long hours, but you get accustomed to it and at times can perhaps feel a bit munotonous.

22 April 2020

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