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What is the most stressful part about working at National Vision, Inc.?

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No matter how much you explain all the different lens options to the patients, they may decline every thing. They can then call back in 2 minutes and say they changed their mind, that they did want the anti-glare or transition lenses. This is known as a re-make. It looks bad on you even if its in NO WAY your fault. You didn't do anything wrong. But because it now must be "re-made" (even if you catch it 2 minutes after you submit the order and therefore lenses haven't even STARTED to be made) it's a re-make. And because they want money and return patients, you're wrong and the patient is ALWAYS right.

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Raises are not much at all. 30 cents an hour more per year AT BEST. For this you have stay away from selling 2/69.95 otherwise your numbers drop and they write you up. 3 write ups and you get fired for selling what they make themselves known for which is cheap glasses and free eye exams.

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Everything. Constantly. You will become cynical and bitter.

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Okay place for sales associates, stressful and abusive situation for managers - in my store five managers in one year, so stay away like the plague.

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Customers, doctors and managers

Answered - Technician (Former Employee) - Florida

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Getting HR and management to listen to reason!

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The traveling two or three weeks a year

Answered - Regional Quality Coordinator (Former Employee) - Orlando, FL

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Compensation

Answered - OD tech (Current Employee) - Aurora, CO 80015

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Working with the public.

Answered - General Manager, ABOC (Current Employee) - Fort Worth, TX

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The company is a good company depending where you can get in at. the district am in is a mess and hr does nothing but back hearsay and gossip to wright you up. no proving facts.

Answered - Store Manager (Current Employee) - Fayetteville, NC

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