The worst spa I have ever been in, in my 16 year Massage Therapy career.
Pros: the parking lot is close to the building so when it's time to go home, you can bolt.
Cons: the management needs complete replacement.
You do not want to work here. Unless you don't like money, then youll love it. And if you like to get called off for WEEKS in a row. If you like paychecks under $200 for 2 weeks. I f you like managers that will not take responsibility for their actions. No one wants the leadership responsibility. So they have no leaders.
Instead of calling maintenance, for any repairs, they use duct tape to hold the old carpet down, and to prevent unraveling. A CD player from 1995 (there's only one for the 18 room facility, so you have to get there early to get it) put in your room because the piped in music is always broken. A space heater to take your frigid massage room from 44° up to a balmy 55°. More guest complaints..
Some rooms have the thermostat stuck at 80°. In which case, they recommend you crack the door open with a rag, while you massage people when you and the guest can no longer tolerate the temperature. Gusets also complain about the raw sewage smell from the pipes backing up in the locker rooms. In that event, simply crack the ladies locker room door open with a rag.
There are dozens of mistakes every day made by reservations. They book the Temps before the part time people. Therapists are constantly fighting and bickering over the fact that there is not enough work to go around. They advertise things and never follow through. Ie. Free gift with aromatherapy. For the first 13 months there was no gift. They constantly run out of oil and lotion.