I worked at LensCrafters part-time (More than a year)
Flexible hours and does not require prior experience in the optical field. Ability to learn different aspects of the industry. Working with the doctor's were great though!
Hours at my store were supposedly based on sales, but even when I was one of the top sales employees, I would not receive more hours from manager. Training and product education was very limited, you are taught to make sales and that is it! The job was also commission based, therefore you have some people that will attempt to work with every single customer even if it compromised customer satisfaction.
I applied online. I interviewed at LensCrafters (Phoenix, AZ).
Received a call to schedule and interview and accepted. I met with the store manager in the break room of the store I would be working at. The manager at my location was a very down to earth and realistic guy. It was a totally stress free interview where I was just asked about my work history and how I would like to transition to work for this company. Things like days and hours I would be available, training and advancement opportunities, etc.
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