Productive , fun, fast paced environment with potential to earn as much as you want.
Manager (Former Employee), Anchorage, AK – September 24, 2014
Pros: awards, and contests.
A typical day at work, including opening the slaon, balancing the drawer, providing exceptional customer service, and performing other office and salon duties. I learned alot about customer service and business management. Management and my co-workers were all very supportive and helpful. The hardest and best part of the job was being short staffed, – more... it was hard because there was never enough time in the day it seemed, and it was great because my team and I constantly kept the salon a float and saw what we were made of. – less
Hairstylist/ Product Coordinator (Current Employee), Greenfield, IN – September 17, 2014
I love all aspects of my job, but it really is only a great place to start out at and start working if someone is coming straight out of beauty to get the experience that is much need the help and quality is definitely there and they will help all the way.
I like some of my clients and some of the other stylist..
Stylist (Former Employee), Moraine, OH – September 16, 2014
Pros: some clients and some stylists
Cons: pay, management, envirnoment
They work you like a dog with minimum wage..7.85 an hour and if you get sick and have a doctor's note, you still get wrote up. And if your haircut times aren't up to par, you can be sure the manager will be yelling at you INFRONT of clients and other stylists! You can also be sure that they will be making fun of you because you care about your quality – more... of work.
At this type of job, you can be sure that clients won't be tipping you that well...it's $14 a haircut, and your tip shows just that! – less
Stylist/Receptionist (Former Employee), Eva Holland and Angela Graham in Hartsville, SC – September 8, 2014
Pros: it's a job
Cons: short breaks, horrible management, low pay, drama filled workplace
The company only cares about your numbers (Wait Times, Haircut Times) the pay is very low only a quarter more than minimum wage ($7.50) Tips were good (some days) other days you work 9-5:30/6:30 and maybe made $5 in tips total we didn't have a manager at the time I was there so the GM was there most days and was horrible management always was trying – more... to cut hours and keep payroll down and keep the numbers low so she could get her bonus they don't care about their workers at all and my former co workers were horrible as well got frustrated with you when you need help, Talks about you behind your back...Every meeting we had a heart to heart conversation because no one could get along – less
Receptionist (Former Employee), Lenexa, KS – September 2, 2014
This was my very first job and the experience I gained with them was helpful. It taught me how to time manage school and work. The people I worked with have alway looked after me. I also gained great relationships with the customers that I still cherish to this day.