KEY NOT FOUND: coverImgAlt
Logo

The Memory Company

Engaged Employer

The Memory Company

Add a Review

The Memory Company FAQ

Have questions about working at The Memory Company? Read answers to frequently asked questions to help you make a choice before applying to a job or accepting a job offer.

Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at The Memory Company.

All answers shown come directly from The Memory Company Reviews and are not edited or altered.

16 English questions out of 16

September 28, 2022

Does The Memory Company offer unlimited time off?

Pros

It’s hard for me to accurately sum up my experience at TMC without writing an entire novel, but to at least attempt to keep things short and sweet let me just say it was one of my favorite work experiences to date. I felt like a valuable member of the team from day 1, and my managers always made room for me to express my opinions and share my concerns. I absolutely loved it and wish I didn’t have to go!

Cons

Life happened and I had to leave this amazing company, at least for the time being.

Life happened and I had to leave this amazing company, at least for the time being.

September 28, 2022

See answer

August 15, 2022

What is paid time off like at The Memory Company?

Pros

-Competitive compensation -Clear direction -Productive environment -Good work/life balance

Cons

-PTO policy was just okay -Very fast paced

PTO policy was just okay

August 15, 2022

See answer

July 25, 2022

How are senior leaders perceived at The Memory Company?

Pros

Family oriented company with a compassionate CEO and upper management team.

Cons

There isn’t a con to working here.

Advice to Management

I have been employed with The Memory Company for almost two years. This company has been a breath of fresh air for me. It is a family-oriented company where the CEO and upper management are focused on providing a positive working environment. We have monthly events to help boost morale and bring departments together that do not interact daily. The CEO is approachable and has been available anytime I have needed him. When I have needed to be out due to a personal illness or to take care of a sick child the CEO has personally called me to see how we were doing. You do not find this with most companies. I had a great trainer when I started with the company that has set me up for success and anytime a new task arises that I need some guidance on everyone is approachable and willing to help. I plan to lay down roots with this company and can’t wait to see what the future holds.

Family oriented company with a compassionate CEO and upper management team.

July 25, 2022

See 7 more answers

July 25, 2022

Does The Memory Company have any sort of mentoring program?

Pros

Working at The Memory Company has been nothing but a GREAT experience for me. If you go to work every day, get there on time and do the job that you are there to do you will be rewarded and have no issues. Management is flexible and easy to work with. I am provided with all the necessary tools and training to do my job and I enjoy coming to work each day.

Cons

I honestly do not have any cons

I am provided with all the necessary tools and training to do my job and I enjoy coming to work each day.

July 25, 2022

See answer

July 2, 2022

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at The Memory Company?

Pros

Got my own work area. Had an hour for lunch. Office dogs were cute—Friendliest beings there. (The ONLY reason for one star. Otherwise it would have been a zero, really.)

Cons

No one spoke to anyone unless you were being spoken down to. Very little training on what I was asked to do. Just told to “figure it out” if I had questions. I figured it out. And then I figured out that what they wanted me to do was essentially stealing— more than once. I was there 13 days too many. Unclear about what my actual position and job duties were. Should have left on day 1 at red flag #1 when an employee was asked, “How are you doing?”, and was met with, “I don’t care how YOU PERSONALLY are doing, I want to know where you’re at on [project].” when they went to respond. (That should give away who I am. Don’t care.) They honestly should be audited for financials AND royalties reports. (SHAME ON YOU!!!) Can’t eat at your desk & break room is too small.

Advice to Management

Train your people. At least PRETEND like you care— about your people, about the entities who give you the rights to use their images (which artwork should ALWAYS be approved before using them!!), and the customers!! Don’t make fun of people who have a different last name or thought process.

Very little training on what I was asked to do.

July 2, 2022

See 1 more answer
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4

16 English questions out of 16