It's good for beginners in the hair industry
SHOP EDUCATOR (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 3, 2017
After working here for 3 years and working my way up, my opinion has changed about this company. It went from being in a happy environment where both clients and stylists are happy, to being a money hungry company with a huge decline in moral. I didn't feel that management cares about you as a worker, they just care about you making them money. We used to be compensated for commission at 10% for any extra services rendered to the clients, and 15% for any products sold. Now you receive NO commission for any extra services, and 7%-20% on a sliding scale but that's based on your performance. I have also noticed favoritism company wide (being in management you see a lot), and if you are not liked by your manager they will go out of their way to get rid of you, based on personal feelings, not professional. So it's a good place to start off, but DO NOT plan to stay long term.
learn new techniques, benefits, hourly pay