I've been here a while now and am actually exited to see the future. Our new stores, other states it all sounds exciting. I'm content.
I spoke to such a lovely young girl who spoke to me and then saw me through a Skype. Then I meet manager of the store for the role I was applying to. They told me what to expect and gave me a go standing out the front talking to customers, then I was called up by the young lady again and got the multi customer service role. This suits me fine as my son has a hearing loss.
I honestly like the different people you speak to in a day. It's not a hard job, but some people get mixed up thinking we can't be hearing specialists that help people and a retail store as well. We have budgets and targets like any other business, but it fades to the background when you see someone get fitted and their eyes change. This is what makes me content
Love my job. Had a customer come into store who we had fitted and helped change her life. She is diabetic and had never realised her pen made clicking sounds or that the fan had sounds. Its the little things that we take for granted that helped this customer.
The people that you immediately work with are generally great people. Customers are friendly and there are times you feel you are helping people
To work together in a team and to change people's lives by giving them good hearing.