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Portland, OR
201 to 500 employees
Company - Private
Health Care Products Manufacturing
Unknown / Non-Applicable per year


All American Hearing Reviews

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    "A Company with a Solid Mission of Good"

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    I have been working at All American Hearing full-time (More than 10 years)


    Teammates are welcoming right out of the gate. There is a lot to learn, but there is also a lot of support. Benefits package is really competitive. This is work you really feel good doing.


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    Advice to Management

    Keep up the good work and make sure employees really know that their input is important and that they are valued.

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All American Hearing Interviews



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    Patient Services Coordinator Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Birmingham, AL
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied through college or university. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at All American Hearing (Birmingham, AL) in June 2019.


    There is a two part interview process. First, you will have a phone interview with someone from the company who will ask a few standard questions, very brief, roughly around 5-15 minutes max for the phone interview. If you're selected for the second part of the interview with the specific location you applied for then you will receive an email from the recruiter who did the phone interview informing you that you have been selected for the face to face part of the interview, the date, time, and address that you will be going to. I interviewed with Mr. Patillo with Patillo Hearing and Balance in Birmingham, AL. He was very kind, easy to talk to, made me feel very comfortable during my meeting. He was very informative about what their company does, how they interact with their patients as well as their employees, very friendly and gave a warm and inviting demeanor which showed me they truly care about their employees. He informed me at the end of the interview that if I was chosen to come back for the third portion of the interview I would come and do what he called a "working interview" where I would observe how they work a typical day schedule and interact with patients and then I would show them how I would handle talking and interacting with patients, answering calls, etc.

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