Setting the date
Finding a date when all the staff will be on-site can be a challenge, especially if some of the staff works part-time or from different locations.
It might be a good idea to plan the headshot session to coincide with a company event where staff will be gathering at the same location, for example: an annual convention, board meeting, or even a company social.
Give your photographer as much notice as possible so they can reserve the date for you.
Alternatively, you might need to arrange to split the shoot over more than one day to cover staff working part-time or off-site.
Briefing your employees
Location and Space
Timing and Budget
Follow up sessions
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