Infant Hearing Screening Specialists Careers and Employment

What is it like to work at Infant Hearing Screening Specialists?

4.0Work/Life Balance
2.8Compensation/Benefits
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3.3Management
3.0Culture
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Poor communication and scheduling
Written by Newborn Hearing Technician (Former Employee) from Corona, CA on September 24, 2018
Hearing techs start in the morning, clock out when they have tested all the babies, and get paid the same rate for every shift whether they were needed for 30 minutes or 5 hours. Most days, the shift is quick and the hourly rate breaks down to be pretty good. But you are expected to be on-call ALL day in case the manager calls you to say someone else - more... needs a last minute test before getting discharged. The communication is poor within the hospital (who contracts IHSS) so it is not uncommon to get called back in hours after you have left. This makes it difficult to make any other plans on days y ... - less
ProsHourly pay
ConsCommunication, benefits, management, schedule
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