Office Assistant (Current Employee) – Mason City, IA – April 18, 2016
Professional environment, ability to be close with the customers. Worked with one person, the hearing specialist. The part I did not like about the job is there was no room for advancement. I was making as much as I could.
Revitalized my Accounts Payable skills with high volume of work load.
Accounts Payable Clerk (Current Employee) – Portland, OR – March 10, 2016
My employer trained me as time went by. Supervisors were easy to work with and I could ask questions any time, without repercussions. Being transferred to Payroll was a huge challenge and I met it with determination. Information becomes confidential and I made sure I kept the information private within the HR department
Wonderful caring bosses, nice atmosphere
They didn't recognize a lot of holidays. When your job duties needed to be covered for vacation, your deskwas always a mess. No one would cover for your job duties.
Receptionist/ Office Manager (Current Employee) – Orange Park, FL – February 8, 2016
I loved working for this company however they treat their employees like they dare robots that can just be thrown out if they do not bow do to their demands, can not make a human error with out 16 people calling you and asking the same questions. higher ups do not communicate well with each other and ultimately leaves you stressed out and wanting to quit.
hearing instrument specialist (Current Employee) – South Windsor, CT – November 27, 2015
The owner will fire you at a drop of the hat..for a straight commission job it's amazing that that anybody works for them. The job is all hype and nobody really makes any money except the owners and their families. The company has overpriced hearing aids and has terrible reviews from customers all over the country. Don't waste your time unless you're tollally on skid row and you have no other alternatives
Very satifying career with daily enjoyment heling others to regain their hearing and rejoin their families as active participants in family gatherings
Licensed in prescribing hearing instruments (Current Employee) – Evansville, IN – October 24, 2015
Driven by two different leaders. One a 70% owner who only cares about numbers not people and a 30% owner who is a great people person but lacks timely responses due to too much responsibility with no executive assistant. No daily stress from co-workers but some from elderly patients and always from owners.
Miracle Ear was a great place to work. I enjoyed working with all my co workers and the Hearing Aid Specialist. There was plenty of team work and always someone to turn too. Employers were extremely supportive and helpful and truly care about the employees. The office had a great flow and every employee at Miracle Ear no matter what city was always kind and willing to go out of their way to help each other and most of all the patients. There was always new training and they made it fun to learn.
Managing schedule and getting files ready. Learn patience and how to deal with Patients Work well with co-workers Not being able to get patients in when they need repairs Seeing the look on hter faces and loved ones when they can hear.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – North Providence, RI – June 13, 2015
I only worked here for 3 months in a brand new store location. The first month was great and was trained by the best but when a person decided to transfer to my location is when things went down hill. I was told I was not trained correctly and had to be "retrained". Everytime I answered the phone I was told I'm answering it wrong. Anything I did was not good enough for this certain person that WAS NOT MY BOSS!! I knew this person did not like me from the first hello. When the day came and I was told that they had to let me go I asked for what reason and they could not give me a solid reason!! Needless to say I would never recommend anyone I know to apply there or even purchase hearing aids from them because they force it on people!
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Idaho Falls, ID – January 9, 2015
I was front office receptionist.Setting up appointments calling the patients on the phone to remain them of there appointments. I would clean there hearing aids and put in new batteries for there hearing aids. I would clean the office so it would be clean when the patients come in to see the hearing doctor.
Miracle Ear was a great learning experience. My day included customer support by supplying current product information. Management was very supportive. The hardest part of the job was learning the family had to close the business.
learning about the hearing aid business.
learning that a family owned business had to close.