And tell us how you’d handle this case of ‘don’t make passes at girls in glasses’.
Read how other eyecare businesses would handle this situation… how would yours?
How does your office handle this issue?
More than half the staff has requested time off during the busy season!
They’re NSFW but is it any of her employer's business?
This very public social media showdown is tarnishing their images and dragging in customers.
How would your office handle it?
Is there anything more this practice can do?
An employee is regularly using it during working hours to deal with anxiety. How should management respond?
Is the team justified in being taken back and disgruntled?
The former eye doc isn’t helping. What’s the protocol here?
Does responsibility lie with the patient, the doctor, or the billing department?
Is he a victim of poaching or just a really bad boss?
Should she stay or should she go?
It’s a five-hour drive, and the buyer/optician is unreliable and underhanded. But the frames are selling …
What rules can a business lay down for customers who try on all the frames fully intending to buy online without ultimately hurting their sales?
If they don’t stop sending mixed signals, their frustrated staff are going to walk!
She was never called and where are his glasses? How would you handle this?
Does your business have a treatment protocol and plan in place for those on state or federal programs?
Grin and bear it? Go over him? Or replace him and his line altogether?