Boots Hearingcare Employee Reviews
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Boots Hearingcare used to be a really good company to work for. And, salary was good for all the hard work. It all changed 4 years ago. It's just like any other company now. They want you to hit targets and it's all about money. They don't really care about your well being. Pay is rubbish. But if you want somewhere to progress in life and get experience then, this is the job for you.
Underpaid and they care more about money for themselves and nothing else.
The office and all the other members of staff are great and make it enjoyable, everyday is different and there is always new challenges each day. The managers of the department are easily approachable and make the office a fun place to be in.
Started working here a few months ago, and found it a really good company to work for, they train you first six months, is to allow you to settle in . Management very helpful, and collegues become friends.
Discount card, no uniform, friendly place
Have to work 1 in 4 weekends, not bad really
I've worked for this company for over a year now and still enjoy every minute of it. Great team and business to work for that really care about their customers. Boots Hearingcare offer great benefits for colleagues to take advantage of and the managers are great to work with. I would extremely recommend joining the team at Boots Hearingcare.
Discount Cards, Free Lunch vouchers, good working hours, lots of support.
Company has its perks with discounts, lovely customers & great call handlers who become friends for life but the management is terrible on the contact centre floor. Swearing, bickering, childish attitudes, bullying & favouritism. 73p commission per customer visit isn’t worth what you have to endure.
A great place to work with a great platform to help people hear better. Main priority is the customers satisfaction without the pressures of sales which you can find in other similar companies.
Discount card and work hours to suit you
A lot is expected of you for little pay. Poorly managed and no room for advancement. Treated as a number and not an individual. Your break times are constantly monitored and there's pressure to meet your targets meaning you have to rush . They're not bothered about Customer Service just how much money they can make.
Work around family commitments
Poor pay. No promotion prospects. Understaffed.