The Organization’s MissionTo help families make memories and share them with others.
Eden Prairie, MN
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What Do You Like About Working There?Get to travel to new towns and cities. Show More
What Do You Like About Working There?Some of the people are genuinely nice and collaborative. Dental plan is good. 401K is nice. Show More
What Do You Like About Working There?Easy to get in, training provided, seems like a career starter Show More
have you ever had a kid throw up during their photo session?yes, pee, poop, you name it. I work with kids and adults with disabilities at my other job, so I'm used to it ;)
What wacky things do students do to you?I wish I had a funny answer for you but I really don't. For grad pictures the kids are allowed to bring in props for their photos so I guess the wackyness part of my job shines there. We've had to name a few: a shopping cart, a shot gun, a live chicken, a half naked anime pillow, chips/candy/other weird food, a fish in a bag, and lots more!
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Lifetouch Salaries By Job Title
On average, employees at Lifetouch stay with the company for 2.0 years. Employees most commonly join Lifetouch after leaving Walmart. When they leave Lifetouch, they most frequently get their next job at Walmart.
|Average Length of Employment|
Lors Photography2.0 years
Picture People1.7 years
|Top Employers Before Lifetouch|
J. C. Penney7.5 %
|Top Employers After Lifetouch|
J. C. Penney7.3 %
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Lifetouch employees are most likely to be members of the Republican Party. The largest donation made to a political party by a Lifetouch employee was by Paul Harmel. Paul Harmel donated $10,000 to the Republican Party.
Republican Party76.3 %
Democratic Party23.7 %
Employee Political Donations
Paul HarmelChief Executive Officer
TED KoeneckeVice President
Jared HeavenridgeTechnical Support Technician
Steven SuckowSenior Vice President
Steve SuckowSenior Vice President
Wayne HorntvedtVice President
$100M - $1B
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Textiles, Apparel & Luxury Goods
Textiles, Apparel & Luxury Goods
Bruce Reinecker (founders)
Eldon Rothgeb (founders)
Michael Meek (ceo)
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