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Easy place
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Pikesville, MDOctober 18, 2014
This was one of my first salon experiences. Easy advancement and management very easy to get alone with. Benefits weren't much neither compensation.
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Good job for someone straight out of hair school
Hair Stylist (Current Employee), Wilmington, DEOctober 10, 2014
This job is a good way to build your cliental up if you are just starting out in the field. they offer a lot of free education of all the new and upcoming styles and teach things you don't know so you can expand your skills
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Great start out for new hairstylists
Hairstylist/Cosmetologist (Former Employee), Fredericksburg, VAOctober 9, 2014
Cut and colored hair
Promoted retail sales to clients
Majority of the time was very busy
Able to sharpen my skills as a hair dresser since I started there
Free classes
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low pay, alot of work
Asst. Manager/Stylist- Handling (Former Employee), Vero Beach, FLOctober 9, 2014
low pay, alot of work, made unrealistic expectations to commission.
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hair cuttery
Hair stylist, (Former Employee), Titusville, FLOctober 6, 2014
really liked working for this company there are alot of perks and advantages of employment here
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Fun Easy Going Salon
Germantown, MD (Current Employee), Winchester, VASeptember 27, 2014
Most of my clients come in for haircuts.
Some days are busy and some days are slow it just really depends on the season.
My coworkers are wonderful and fun people to work with.
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fun and mostly productive enviroment
Stylist/Key holder/Shift Leader (Former Employee), Norfolk, VASeptember 17, 2014
Pros: wonderful coworkers and clients
Cons: not enough money
pleasant enviroment,
compensation an benfits package changed and the rate of pay declined
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Nice place to work
Hair Stylist (Current Employee), Ocala, FLSeptember 7, 2014
Pros: free education
Cons: power happy leadership
Hardest part about the job is the ever changing rules and areas of gray.
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Great atmosphere loved my time there
Stylist/Assistant Salon Manager (Current Employee), Romeoville, ILSeptember 1, 2014
Pros: free education, walk in clients to grow your business, guaranteed pay.
Cons: to many hoops to get to your 50% commission, unsteady hours (retail), no breaks too many hours per shift, no work home life balance.
I start work, hours vary from night to day shifts, I have a steady clientele. There are walk ins we service from cuts to color. I have learned a lot I took my beauty school education and with classes through my salon I was able to grow in my color techniques and styling abilities. I have learned a lot as far as management goes I know what it takes to – more... open and run a successful salon and help grow the salon as well as my clientele. The hardest part of my job is that I have grown as much as I can with the company and need to expand my base. Doing hair is the best part of my job I love hair and the beauty industry its not a job its my career and my hobby. I am currently looking to expand my knowledge by going to school to get my teaching license. – less
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The company has changed a lot.
Stylist (Current Employee), Plainfield, ILAugust 25, 2014
 Kept my daily numbers in revenue up to meet company goals.
 Completed monetary transactions after accomplishing the desired style.
 Maintained the cleanliness and organization of the salon.
 Helped with inventory count as well as making sure the drawer in the salon was balanced during my shift.
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Receptionist (Current Employee), Alexandria, VAAugust 11, 2014
I did not learn much and everything was last minute and unorganized. You had so much work with little to no benefits. The most enjoyable part of my job were the people the hardest part was coworker and management.
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Walk-in based salon
Master Stylist (Former Employee), Royal Palm Beach, FLAugust 8, 2014
Depending on the management in each salon the atmosphere is different. Rules are different depending who you are with in the salon. It's a decent place to work at if you are starting over or just beginning.
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I always wanted to start my hair business at Hair Cuttery
Hair Stylist (Current Employee), Manassas, VAJuly 29, 2014
I love my coworkers. I love how busy we get and the variety of clients. I will say the hardest part if dealing with difficult clients. But you can always help them some how. Team work is the best part.
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Great environment to grow and become the best stylist you can be.
Salon leader (Current Employee), Deltona FLJuly 29, 2014
Pros: free education, growth from within.
this is an amazing company to work for. very family oriented, and truly lives up to the values they have set. the leadership within this company is one to aspire to be like. they go above and beyond in their duties. it is truly amazing.
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Awesome team players, Wowing our costumers makes my day great
Salon Leader (Current Employee), Clementon, NJJuly 18, 2014
Pros: we dont clock out for breaks, freedom to run errands if you dont have appointments, and the fact that you dont feel pressure on a day to day.
Cons: poor health care, constant battle of achieveing our revenue week to week, and our slow months at the shop.
Work never really feels like work. It feels more like a second home. I've learned a handful of managing skills (coaching and counseling). How do deal with difficult clients comes natural to me and I'm just great at it. Being professional is always key. I've learned that as long as you treat your staff the way you want to be treated they will work for – more... you and with you. The hardest part of my job is always when tough situations such as associates behavior are out of line and need to be approached. But I would utilize our companies policies to ensure it is handled accordingly. But the best part of my day when the shop stays busy and to notice every client leaving with a smile on their face (all because of the individual behind the chair). – less
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Fast pace, fun work environment
Hair Stylist (Current Employee), Hammonton, NJJuly 1, 2014
Amazing family like staff
fast pace busy environment
worked with scheduling and planning
organizing
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HAIR STYLIST (Former Employee), Mount ProspectJune 24, 2014
Pros: people. staff.
Cons: pay. benefits.
I would come in check my schedule to see if I have any clients. After that I would get busy cutting hair.
I have learned how to relate to other people.
The manager for Hair Cuttery was fine. She was open and willing to work around schedule conflicts. She was easy to work with and that's what made it enjoyable,
Co workers I liked working with. Easy to – more... talk to with. easy to work with.
the hardest part of my job was selling products to clients when they didn't need them. I just felt like I was cheating them and I really wanted them to trust me. I had to just sell products that would benefit them. With doing that the clients learned to trust me, and I sold like crazy.
The easiest part of my job was cutting the hair and talking with the clients. – less
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Great diversity & Team Building!
Salon Leader (Former Employee), Deep Creek, VAJune 17, 2014
Pros: great education and work environment for professionals
Cons: you make more the less time you work. leadership you lose out on money & family.
As the Salon Leader It was my job to motivate the staff to meet their goals while still taking customers, meeting & phone conferences. I also had to make schedules, approve time off, hire, let go, train and support staff while still meeting my own goal.
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Great Company to work for.
COSMETOLOGIST (Current Employee), Orange Park FloridaJune 14, 2014
I've been with Hair Cuttery for 6 years now, and am looking for something to advance my knowledge in other areas. I've learned how to clearly communicate with customers, as well as work in with a diverse group of people. The management is good, however, there are a few downfalls that make me question the stability of the shop. My co-workers are like – more... my family. The hardest part of my job is when its slow. The most enjoyable part of my job is the people. – less
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Hair Cuttery- bad experience
Receptionist- duties and responsibilities (Former Employee), Mount Laurel, NJJune 11, 2014
I very much disliked this job. The people I worked with were not welcoming and were not helpful at all.

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