Accounting (Current Employee) – Plymouth, MN – September 16, 2017
Family like feel to the company. They work with you if you need to re-arrange your hours to fit your family life. As long as you get your work done and no complaints you can manage your own time (start/end time, breaks, etc). Great communication between employee and managers
Free events, random free lunches, offer sign ups for yoga, massages, learning classes etc
Other (Former Employee) – Plymouth, MN – July 8, 2017
The culture is not pleasant, and it started with the CEO. There is a new CEO, so time will tell if the culture changes. The company is owned by an Italian company, which has also gone through a lot of changes recently.
I worked at the Plymouth, MN location and they lie to you. They told me during the interview process that I would make a $10.00 bonus for every appointment set. That was a lie. You make $1.00 per every hearing aid sold. Then your co-workers can actually steal your sale. This is one of the most unethical places to work. After finding out the truth about how things were done around there it was time to go. I couldn't be unethical and steal someone else's sale. Shame on you Amplifon!
Seriously, the best part of my job is without a doubt the people that I work with. Everyone is always ready to help and encourage one another. That has definitely helped me become a more confident person.
Unreasonable expectations and management with stages of alzheimers
Sales (Former Employee) – Greenville, NC – December 1, 2014
This company is good at the top, but depending on what franchise you get it is completely different. In the beginning I was told I would make close to 300 a year. What they didn't inform me of is that after my driving to different offices and training including Saturdays and Sundays without pay that was more like 5 dollars an hour. It says paid training but even though company policy says one thing you're Manger will say that's not true.The next day say oh yeah that's right. I was unfortunate as I had a Manger who was all but retired. I think in his 80's and only there for a paycheck. He didn't care about me or the company. If you're looking for a career look else where.
HIS (Current Employee) – Miracle Ear -- Louisiana, Texas and Mississippe – November 15, 2014
You must notice that this job is posted for JACKSON, MS. The franchise owners are HORRIBLE. Care nothing about their patients or their employees. Turnover rate for employees for this franchise is ridiculous.
Don't pay you after two weeks notice. Don't allow you to see patients for 30 days after purchase so there are no returns in order to take people's money. This franchise IS GOING BANKRUPT.
RUN FROM THE BILLEDEAUXS AND THIS FRANCHISE. THEY ARE A SCAM AND HORRIBLE TO THEIR PATIENTS.
PATIENT CARE MANAGER, (Former Employee) – West Jordan, UT – February 14, 2014
I would help the hearing impaired and love every minute of it knowing that I could improve their life. I learned how this could really make such a big difference in their quality of life. The manager was so great to work with as well as the co-workers. Everyone worked together like family and helped each other with what ever we needed, this was wonderful.