Quality Inspection Technician (Former Employee) – Azusa, CA – February 7, 2018
The relentlessly changing schedules were what ultimately drove me off of this job. Top management was quite nice at this location, but middle management could not seem to allocate labor effectively to meet work volume. Coworkers are kind.
Essilor is a good company, but it's partner labs can be challenging
District Sales Manager (Current Employee) – New Jersey – January 23, 2018
Initially, my on boarding and training has been very disorganized and a sense of complacency. The training and support was very low, In the last 4 months, I've had 3 managers, 2 people resigned and I have had my territory reorganized. There has been limited communication and not alot of room for advancement. Perhaps moving forward, it will settle down.
unlimited vacation and free lenses
highly competitive, unethical and confusing business model
Hours were from 8 to 5. Went by fairly quickly. Allowed to work on my own with little supervision. Able to make many decisions on my own. Able to get assistance if ever needed. Month end was hardest part of job but also most enjoyable because of teamwork. Company treated employees to lunch of your choice each month end. Classes and seminars made available to all employees who wished to improve job skills.
Free lunches, free glasses every year for each employee. Discounts for family members. Wage increase each year.
Accounts Payable/Receivable Specialist (Current Employee) – Rhode island – August 16, 2017
This company will burn you out faster than a 400 degree oven. They give little regard to employees, raises are pitiful, workload is gargantuan, the only benefit is a flexible managerial staff because they are also overworked
Customer Service Representative III (Former Employee) – Greensboro, NC – March 1, 2016
This company is 2-3 decades behind the times with regards to workplace diversity and inclusion. I would not recommend this organization for forward thinking individuals looking for a place for growth and opportunity.
Sales Consultant (Current Employee) – CT – November 13, 2015
Responsible for first level contact with existing accounts sales performance and customer relations. Developed and maintained strong working relationships with customer service and lab personnel to ensure successful customer relations. Communicated on an ongoing basis with District Sales Manager regarding personal development, sales results, and plans of action by implementing a strategy for all accounts and creates in-depth strategy for key accounts. Monitored and analyzed changes in the market, competitor activity and customer base, and adjusts sales plans accordingly. Built and partnered with lab personnel to identify and have in-depth understanding of account opportunities and adjust call schedules and business plans accordingly. Trained Customer Service Personnel on new products & promotions.
Customer Service Supervisor / Project Manager (Current Employee) – Greensboro, NC – March 23, 2015
From the moment you join the ESSILOR team, you will feel a sense of optimism about what your team is going to achieve, and will be motivated to go to work every day. The employees are confident in their future — and share that confidence with our clients.
Technician (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – July 19, 2012
Working at the Essilor lab in Colorado was a great experience for me. I spent three years there and met some amazing people. Their is a yearly raise based on your performance and great healthcare benefits including vision and dental.