Front Desk Associate (Former Employee), Oceanside, NY – August 14, 2014
A typical day at Massage Envy included many daily task including opening to closing duties. I would first balance the register and then answer and check any voice mails. After i would check and make sure everything is in order for the clinic to run properly. During the day i would answer calls and help clients. I would make appointments and check people – more... in and out. I handled many customer service issues while also selling Massage Envy's wellness program. I had to keep a 20 percent selling average. – less
Sales/Assistant Manager/Manager (Former Employee), Dallas, TX – August 13, 2014
A fun, peaceful place to work. However, the pay is not good. Fellow employees were very kind and hard working.A monthly free message was awesome. Overall, a great place to work but you will have to live on a strict budget.
Massage therapy ( fail because of the spa director is ignorant
Massage therapy (Former Employee), Hoboken – August 12, 2014
I guess I am not fit for the companies, even though my qualification is excellent with all Modalities, graduated from college, has license and liability insurance and also member of AMTA but still they judge people by the cover., they should educated the spa director, if he want to hiring people, you can't picking up people based on the orientation – more... or gender is called discriminate. I wish he read this review, so he know what he do is totally wrong – less
Sales and Reservation Represenative (Former Employee), Queen Creek, AZ – August 12, 2014
Pros: company is good to everyone
Cons: management needs work
A typical day at work was customer service as well as bettering the company. the company spends a lot of time trying to make things better for their employees and for their customers. I really like how well the train for customer service. The only thing that I did not really enjoy was the fact that management was not picked nicely. By that I mean they – more... chose whoever they liked other than who is that best fit. – less
Massage Therapist (Externship) (Former Employee), Palm Springs, CA – August 7, 2014
Pros: close resturants, ideal work location, convienient placement.
I enjoyed the time I spent at Massage Envy whilst during my Externship, everything was always in order and the environment was indefinitely relaxing. Each day was memorable and everyone was always friendly, knowledgeable and skilled.
Front Desk Associate (Former Employee), Westlake, OH – August 7, 2014
Pros: great colleagues
Cons: sales pressure
Massage Envy was a great place to work because the therapists and front desk associates are very supportive of each other, although there were scheduling miscommunications at times which could be stressful. I enjoyed getting to know clients and being a part of maintaining their overall health and wellness. The hardest part of the job is the pressure – more... to sell memberships. – less
front desk (Former Employee), Jersey city, nj – August 6, 2014
Pros: free massages & facials
Cons: owner, management, pay, working conditions
As an employee they treat you horribly! They tell you your gonna get paid a certain amount & when you go in for the interview is completely different. It's mainly a sales job. If you don't stay at a certain percentage you will be fired! They play favorites & if you are not the favorite you are screwed. When I started working there the owner was sweet – more... & kind then he began treating everyone like scum & nothing is good enough for him. He is extremely disrespectful to staff as well as clients. Some of the co workers are really sweet & the clients as well. I only stayed for 6 months b/c the pay was horrible $9 & working conditions were bad. I only would recommend working here if it was your last option for a job & you hit rock bottom. – less
Not a place for adults to work unless in dire need of money
Prefer not to say (Current Employee), Memphis – August 4, 2014
Pros: great co workers
Cons: everything else
Worst company I've ever worked for. Management is horrible, this includes the owner. Pay is horrible for professionals and we are often treated as if we have no clue what we are talking about. People without a license believe they know more about what should happen than licensed, seasoned professionals. This is absolutely BELOW a start up job.
Receptionist/Front Desk Associate (Current Employee), American Fork, Utah – July 29, 2014
Cons: healthcare, pay
Massage Envy is a nice place to work as far as a part-time, first job. A typical day at work as a front desk associate includes answering phones and scheduling appointments as well as introducing first-time guests to our Wellness Program. The management is pleasant for the most part, some of the cons including schedules being switched up last minute. – more... Overall, my experience there has been enjoyable. – less
Front Desk Associate (Former Employee), Anderson, SC – July 25, 2014
Pros: free massages once a month.
Cons: everything else. (literally)
The store owner was absolutely terrible. He had a voice recorder over our heads, a camera in front of us and behind us. I personally had the highest gift card sales for the month and his exact words were, "You need more training. Do you have enough common sense to put gas in your car." He faked a holiday Christmas party and made the store manager pay – more... out of pocket for the supplies. He was reported by 4 employees. I loved my coworkers and the job, the management was just terrible. – less