Stanton optical might seem like a great place to work at first. They sell you with bonuses and full time hours and over time pay. Learning is easy and exciting at first, but once you are there for a couple of months and see the realness of the company, you start to realize what a terrible company this really is. They give unrealistic sales goals in order to bonus. For example if you have 5 appointments, the sales goal would be $2500, which means the sales team would have to make $500 per customer, but 90% of the customers come in for the 2 for $59 deal, so that means that it is extremely rare to bonus. The virtual refractionist are not always accurate, which means about 30% of the patients are remakes, that is if the sales/management put their orders in because remakes count against them, so they put it off as long as they can until the customer finally threatens to get a refund, then they finally decide to put the remakes in. The support lab is horrible. They always send in wrong order or incomplete orders or sometimes it take sometimes months to send in orders, which calls for a lot of complaints and refunds. They promise raises and promotions, but in reality they just string you along as long as they can, then they hire new employees to pay them less so they won't have to give raises, then they cut your hours until you decide to go elsewhere. This is a fraudulent company and i would not be surprised if it went under. My advise would be to not stop looking for a job if hired by stanton optical.