Inside Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Chadds Ford, PA – October 3, 2017
micro manage is their first name. leadership runs the office like it was mid 1985. run from this company. people in management have it good as the rules don't apply to them, but there is another set of rules for everyone else.
micro managers, horrible culture that stems from the top
Given invoices to enter into system and left to work on our own.
Third Party Billing/Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee) – Chadds Ford, PA – August 21, 2015
I enjoyed working at American Hearing Aid Associates because we were left alone to just do the work we had to do. It was basically entering patients invoices into the company system. It was the same thing each day but there was plenty of work to do and I like being busy.
Telemarketing (Former Employee) – Chadds Ford, Pa – April 28, 2015
I worked with this company in the telemarketing department. Everything was okay for a few months then the department was on a continuous downward spiral. You make about 400 calls everyday, anything less will get you in trouble. You have to get 5 appointments per day with list called 20 times. Management was being pressured to make higher numbers but did not have resources for telemarketers to reach it. The manager was on the cell phone all day most of the time not being productive. Pretty dysfunctional company. Also, PTO is accrued bi-weekly. So good luck on trying to take off for anything without a hassle. They also lay people off every month with no problem.
Associate Manager (Former Employee) – Chadds Ford, PA – December 5, 2012
The best thing about this company was its customers. The company treats employees poorly, and offers zero work-life balance. Things change on a daily basis, wearing on even the most adaptable of employees. Pass the buck and deciding who to blame for upper management's shortcoming are common.
3 VP's in 3 years, along with 80% turnover in field sales force.
expenses paid, home-office based, high base salary.
churn and burn, highly unstable, no work-life balance, culture void of support and growth for their outside sales force, militant approach to doing business with customers.