The Lasik Vision Institute

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    Can be tough sometimes, but overall a nice place to work

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    Current Employee - Opthalmic Technician
    Current Employee - Opthalmic Technician

    I have been working at The Lasik Vision Institute part-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    The pay is decent, I made less money and did more work at my prior job. My particular team, manager, and center is AWESOME, and I believe that makes all the difference. The hours are convenient for my life for the most part and the bonuses (when you meet your monthly goal) are great. There is a lot of opportunity to travel once you are well cross-trained, and the company covers everything. I've learned a lot about sales, customer service, teamwork, excellent vs. poor leadership, and so much more while working here. They are opening new centers left and right which only provides more opportunities for employees. It's not a difficult nor demanding job to do, and can be enjoyable once you know what you're doing.

    Cons

    The surgery days can be very long and exhausting and are 97% on the weekends. Even when it's not surgery day, we work EVERY Saturday, this sucks because you don't get much of a weekend. Most centers have their hours cut back currently so there aren't very many people getting hired on for full time with benefits (in my position at least). Corporate is very "numbers" driven and can be slow to respond to the needs of the center. Like every corporation they don't seem to care much for the patients, this is up to the staff in the centers to be patient advocates. In the sales process there are some dishonest approaches that are taught and this bothers me. But you choose what type of person you want to be and you can use those tools or choose not to. In the busy season it can sometimes be overwhelming, especially if you don't have a full staff. It can become repetitive and that can burn you out quickly.

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    I would say try and care a little more about people and their concerns. Be more efficient and be aware of the character of your staff members, some are just rude and ineffective.

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