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I have been working at Mom365 part-time (Less than a year)
- Hours are great. I start each day at 10am. I leave when all the babies have been photographed. Normally around 2 pm, sometimes earlier, sometimes later.
- If the hospital is busy and in a good area, commission is relatively easy to make. I've never made minimum wage - I always make enough in commission that I don't make the fall back rate that is minimum wage.
- Working in a hospital setting is nice. Hospital treats me like staff.
- Some flexibility, you can request certain days off in advance if needed without being told no or made to feel bad. My hospital has multiple staff that work it, so we cover each other when needed.
- Paid via direct deposit twice a month.
- I like that I work most of my hours while my kids are in school. I also work four days a week, on the four days that work best for me.
- Fussy babies are hard to photograph. You NEED to have patience for this job. Sometimes you'll have three rooms, and in all rooms mom is nursing babies - so you're left waiting a bit for when baby is ready. The babies control how these photo shoots go.
- We're in hospitals 365 days a year - you might work holidays. They do offer holiday pay though and normally it's only a few hours out of the day for you to work. It doesn't personally bother me.
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I applied online. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Mom365 (Orange, CA (US)) in September 2016.
Interviewed by district manager, she went through a list of questions marking down on the sheet as we went. She also explained the job some, making sure I was ok with certain aspects.