Store Manager (Former Employee) – Moline, IL – October 18, 2017
I loved being a manager at CosmoProf but unfortunately due to a medical illness I was not able to return to my job status. The employees that work for me were absolutely wonderful I really enjoyed watching them grow and learn and their capacity actually one of them actually advance to my management job
Beauty Systems Group- Store Manager (Former Employee) – North Little Rock, AR – October 11, 2017
I really wish this company would get their stuff together because it has the potential to be a great place to work. There was not enough support from management and It is hard to retain staff because they start licensed hair stylists at minimum wage. This puts a ton of strain on the store manager because they wind up working the store open to close 7 days a week.
Distributor Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Virginia – January 24, 2017
Meet lots of great creative people. Possible for travel and meeting industry leaders. Commission only position. If economy turns or your accounts lack ability to run financials correctly makes making a good living difficult depending on area. Otherwise lots of perks.Hard to compete with Sally Beauty Stores.
Auditor (Former Employee) – Spartanburg, SC – January 19, 2017
Job description and interview was significantly different than what was expected on a daily basis. Communication between workers and management was poor, leading to unknown and often changing standards. Creating a toxic and hostile work environment
Great people to work with within my same department
My manager was excellent. She made work enjoyable. Company culture is lacking enthusiasm and inspiration. This company is behind on technology and trends. Morale is low within the employees because there isn't much incentive to "go the extra mile." We don't have company holiday parties or get free lunches.
Restocker/ inventory control (Former Employee) – Spartanburg, SC – December 2, 2016
It wasn't the best but was a job. Would only return if they offered more growth and cross training. Damages are high their. Respect isn't the best around their. Should highly recommended better managers and HR
It used to be a good company. Now, they don't care about their employees anymore. Your biggest competitor is your own company. They set you up to fail. And don't care when you finally do;unless you are a man.
Complete commission-with too many restrictions. A company that doesn't care about their employees