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Lifetouch Jobs & Careers in Austin, TX

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12 days ago

Preschool Photographers

Lifetouch National School Studios Austin, TX

• Pose and photograph preschool students and center staff during portraits, prom and dance, and sporting and special events • Capture high quality… CareerBuilder


30 days ago

Sales Representative (Part-Time / Virtual)

Lifetouch Austin, TX

For the dynamic outside sales professional with energy and a "gotta win" mentality, we have an opportunity that will provide flexibility, career… Glassdoor


10 days ago

Photographer Sales Specialist

Lifetouch Austin, TX

• Must be available for occasional overnight travel. • Must be able to lift 55+ pounds, twice daily, with frequent sitting, standing and… Glassdoor


10 days ago

Retail Manager

Lifetouch Cedar Park, TX

• High school diploma or GED equivalent • A minimum of one to five years of experience working in a retail, photographic or service industry… Glassdoor


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    Underpaid & Overworked

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    Current Employee - Service Representative and Photographer in Austin, TX
    Current Employee - Service Representative and Photographer in Austin, TX

    I have been working at Lifetouch

    Pros

    I liked photography and working with the kids at the schools. Was promised a nice commission on my re-books. I had my summers off so I could spend time with my family.

    Cons

    My work load doubled, but my hourly wage stayed the same. Commission issuance was not as promised, the amount was very low and I have never been shown how the commission was calculated. There was a high turn over rate and morale was low among my peers. Management's only concern was their bottom line, not the happiness of employees and their needs to live above a poverty level. There is a glass ceiling for female employees, but remember glass is transparent, you may not see it before you hit it!

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    Would love to see the show "Undercover Boss" go here and find out what's happening in the field and at the office. The people who work hard and really care are being overworked and underpaid and most importantly unappreciated. The veteran employees are the ones you need to nurture and take care of, not take advantage of...

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