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Manager/Junior Clinic Administrator (Former Employee), Cumming, GAOctober 19, 2014
Overall the job is fun. It requires you to provide friendly customer service and a relaxing atmosphere to the clients. Clean clinics and friendly staff.
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productive, fun work place
Massage Therapist (Former Employee), Jacksonville, FLOctober 19, 2014
I enjoyed working at Massage Envy. The work environment was fun, I learned to do hot stone massages and sugar scrubs and learned how to massage clients that has cancer and going through treatment for cancer. My co-workers were awesome to be around and the most enjoyable part of working was working and talking to my co-workers
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a lot of work low pay
Massage Therapist (Former Employee), tracy californiaOctober 19, 2014
very busy with clientele but low pay. good place to start off as a massage therapist for experience but you don't want to be there for long.
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great company to work
Massage Therapist (Former Employee), southlake,txOctober 18, 2014
It is a fast paised enviorment with amazing people who all work hard together and make it a great place to work
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Fun co-workers
Massage Therapist (Former Employee), Creve Coeur, MOOctober 13, 2014
I would start the day by checking the schedule I had for the day and how many clients I had. I would massage my clients that I had. The only hard part of the job is if I was really busy. My co-workers were very cool to work with and became my friends.
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Stay away!! Worst employer everrrr!!!
Sales Associate (Former Employee), riverside, caOctober 13, 2014
Pros: discount on services
Cons: everything
This is the worst job ever!!! They pay you one dollar above minimum wage. Which isn't enough, because they treat you like slaves. The owner of the East Vale location is also the owner of the Riverside location as well. She is horrible. She makes you feel intimidated, and talks down on you all the time. She only hires managers that she can manipulate. – more... The sales associates always get stuck doing all the work. The managers are useless to the employees and the customers. I always had to put up with angry customers, and all the managers would just say take a message. That is why they are losing so much business. I'll be surprised if they stay in business for any longer. All the employees hate it there not just the sales associates. We get treated with disrespect and always threatened to lose our job. Both East Vale and Riverside have such bad vibes that gets passed on to to customers. On our days off they expect us to come in to work when someone calls off. Its horrible, please look for another job. It's so not worth it. – less
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Gas Station / Convenience Store
Massage Therapist (Former Employee), Apple Valley, CAOctober 13, 2014
Management at my time there, 6+ years ago, was uncaring about schedule requirements, and lazy. Co-workers picked up on laziness and a handful were left to clean up after everyone. Was not a team friendly environment.
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Calm environment and informative experience
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAOctober 11, 2014
Pros: free massage, informative and structured.
Cons: short hours
As a sales associate a usual workday would include making appointments, counseling clients, selling memberships and cleaning. I learned many massage techniques and information about overall wellness. Co-workers were extremely friendly and professional. The hardest part was acting as a pseudo-therapist to gather information in order to sell memberships – more... after their massage. The most enjoyable experiences were learning from the therapists and finding alternative means to promote physical and mental wellness. – less
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Fun and enjoyable busy work environment.
Sales Associate/ Receptionist (Former Employee), BelmarOctober 11, 2014
My co-workers were extremely helpful and kind people. Unfortunately at the time I was working for this company I had experienced some health problem that required immediate attention. They have now all been taken care of and I am feeling better than ever. Overall this was a place that I enjoyed going into work and I was able to meet many new people – more... and had a sense of fulfillment in what I was doing. I would check clients in and out for their services, collect payment and reschedule when needed. I made reminder phone calls and payment calls for memberships. The hardest part was learning their specific computer system for scheduling but was getting better and faster everyday. – less
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Great for New Therapists
Therapist (Former Employee), Noblesville, INOctober 11, 2014
Pros: flexible hours, honest and compassionate owners, repeat business
Cons: lower pay, no health insurance
It was easy to get repeat clients and compared to other Massage Envy franchises, the owners were generous in compensating for re-booking requests. The owners were also very generous and understanding about my need to start out slowly and build up my strength as I was coming out of a period of being unable to work as a therapist due to medical condition. – more... They took care of the therapists that needed medical leave, etc. by keeping them on as employees so they could continue their employee benefits. – less
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Wellness Advisor (Former Employee), Albuquerque, NMOctober 6, 2014
Pros: commission
Cons: low pay, terrible management
This isn't the worst job I've ever had, but it certainly wasn't a great job. The pay is terrible. It's nice you are able to make commission, but the owner would always try to find ways so she didn't have to pay you full commission. Coming up with new rules everything month of things we could and couldn't do, and our commission would be docked accordingly. – more... My favorite part of the job was my coworkers. They helped me get through the day. Our manager was the worst. She never did her job, and clients would call us every day and take it out on us, because she wasn't resolving their issues. – less
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Great place to work
Clinic Administrator (Former Employee), Wheeling, ILOctober 6, 2014
Pros: culture, fun work environment, rewarding
Cons: insurance benefits
I loved all of my employees and co workers. The culture working for this place has taught me so much about leadership.
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Not bad but not great either
Esthetician (Current Employee), Tampa, FLOctober 3, 2014
Pros: it's not alway busy
Cons: health benefits
Some days are busier than others. The lead esthetician isn't always there so I don't feel as if I get the support I need when I need it.
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Manager (Current Employee), Houston, TXSeptember 29, 2014
worst company ever to work for................................................
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Not worth it
Sales front desk associate (Former Employee), The Villages, FLSeptember 28, 2014
Pros: massages
Cons: all part time bad hours
Wait on customers and do cleaning. Everything had an exact time and place except the employees you work with, they were all over the place. At times extremely loud and verbally harassing you in front of customers and lied to management about a lot of things. The management claims were nonexistent. Favoritism came first maybe you need to know someone – more... but you definitely need to kiss butt a lot if you don't want to get fired. I didn't learn anything except to memorize a 3 pg script word for word. It could be a nice part time job but the co-workers were so spiteful and hateful and management couldn't remedy the place. Employee fought against each other so it feed the hostility and most of the good employee like me quit or walked. We were there to lie about it unfortunate. I guess management hired to many people and to get ride of some by letting them fight it out and look like they just quit rather than fire or lay off someone they made out like the employee messed up instead of management manipulation and back stabbing on both sides. – less
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A Day at Massage Envy
LMT (Current Employee), Avon, OHSeptember 26, 2014
Pros: employee appreciation days
Cons: low pay & no healthcare
Some days are very slow, while others are crazy busy. I have learned some new techniques over the last year. Although I can't afford any of their CEU's so it makes it hard to move up in the company. The management is great . The co workers are very friendly. The most enjoyable part of my job is seeing the clients faces after they step out of the room. – more... Just knowing that I have helped them out. Making them feel better, is the greatest gift I can offer them. – less
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Massages
Receptionist/Sales Associate (Former Employee), Largo, FLSeptember 26, 2014
Provides affordable massages to guests and is not a huge spa but provides the essentials. The products that they sell are also very good.
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Upbeat positive work environment
Junior Clinic Manager (Current Employee), Elk Grove, CASeptember 25, 2014
Great client interactions
Always busy and keeps you on your toes
Great relationships formed
Everyday brings a new challenge
Always meeting and interacting with new people
Opportunity to continue to learn and grow every day
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Friendly atmosphere
Massage Therapist (Former Employee), Montgomery, NJSeptember 23, 2014
Everyone was nice and understanding.
Management was also very kind
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Have to be a hard-worker to work here.
Massage Therapist (Former Employee), San Diego, CASeptember 19, 2014
Pros: discounted massage and aesthetic services
Cons: waiting to get massages, pay vs. toll on body
Though I am a very hard worker, I had to perform five to seven hours of massage a day to make ends meet. When it was slow had to wait around to get clients. Only got paid for hours I was massaging, not hours we were made to sit around waiting to get scheduled massages. So paychecks were never the same and it really taught me to save fore a rainy day – more... (when I could).
Hardest parts of the job was the financial instability and the wear and tear on my joints.
Best part were my clients and being able to help them; some even avoided surgery. – less

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About Massage Envy

Massage Envy Limited, LLC is a national franchise of massage clinics dedicated to providing professional and affordable therapeutic – Read more