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"A Caring Company - Engages with it's Employee's and Clients in a caring way."

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  • Culture & Values
  • Career Opportunities
  • Comp & Benefits
  • Senior Management
Former Employee - Associate Director
Former Employee - Associate Director
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Positive Outlook

I worked at AccuQuest full-time (More than a year)

Pros

All the benefits of being Self Employed, but none of the head aches. They've applied the Indoff partner model (Distributorship with no buy in and no equity, split in profits/losses 50-50), and find people with the right attributes to become their partners. You'll receive corporate training in Chicago and then on-going training will be provided. There is an "owners culture" in what you do. There is no typical performance review. You submit weekly numbers with your own assessments on how you can improve. You never stop learning. Great Compensation for those who have an entrepreneurial gene.

Cons

They rarely advertise for these positions. You can receive a phone interview if a current partner has submitted your name and filled out a questionaire about your character and qualifications. This does not guarantee you receive a call. If you will not be called, the referring partner will provide you this news.

If you are one of the fortunate one's to receive this interview and be hired. You will continue your training up to 3 years under a current partner somewhere in the US (you will need to be prepared to go where they offer) The partners are working partners, meaning they will be over an office or offices and you will be "competing" with them in what you produce. It's possible that you can out-produce them and this could land you in an awkward position where you become a threat to that partner. They have final say on every person that works in their territories (good for partners) but this can turn bad for you if they feel your a threat to themselves. If you've worked through the Corporate Partner program, Corporate will then have the option to place you elsewhere, or not.

Advice to Management

More aware of the details. It's more effective and builds trust when you, as the senior management, know the details of a given offer/proposal. This is what is needed to take the Corporate Culture from a A- to an A+. Corporate does have a family culture and they care about their employee's. They are family centered and want this to be your next and last career.

Other Employee Reviews for AccuQuest

  1. Helpful (1)

    "Patient Care Coordinator"

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    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at AccuQuest full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    You get to be your own boss. The reward of helping patients and seeing how hearing again changed their life. I feel the right person needs to have some patient experience and sales. You don't do much sales, but you help in ways contribute to your practitioner's sales for the clinic which can lead to nice bonuses for you. Other big thing is having a good relationship with your co-workers. It is a small office just usually two people to a office. I'm not sure about other clinics, but I have a awesome relationship with my practitioner and makes the job easier. I can see how it may have not worked for others if they don't get along with their practitioner. Work life balance is pretty good. You do have a lot you have to learn, but you will get it over time and have lots of people you can contact for help.

    Cons

    The health benefits are expensive and there is not much room for growth unless your willing to become a hearing instrument specialist and possibly have to move. Hours are not always 9am-5pm, they can changed where you need to be in earlier or later. Dealing with some insurance companies can be a pain when it comes to them paying claims. You have to do some outbound calling, but usually to current patients or patients that saw ads and want to come in.

    Advice to Management

    I think it be great to open up more PCC lead roles in other states then IL office or have more advancement opportunity.


  2. Helpful (1)

    "anonymous"

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Doesn't Recommend

    I worked at AccuQuest full-time

    Pros

    Great position helping people, especially senior citizens to restore their hearing. Excellent training.

    Cons

    Upper management not honest with employees. Very unstable. Could find yourself let go at any time.


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