Stylist Assistant (Former Employee) – Sturgis MI – December 5, 2016
Regis is a great place to start your cosmetology career. After a year or two, you should be able to build up clientele and switch to a independent salon, where you can make more money and set your own schedule. It is very hard to have a family and work for Regis
Salon Manager (Current Employee) – Wausau, WI – December 6, 2016
Regis has always been a great home for my career. They offer many opportunities to learn and grow. Plenty of opportunities for advancement within the company. There are more than 2000 locations nationwide. They also offer benefits such as insurance and 401k.
Picker/Packer/Shipper (Former Employee) – Chattanooga, TN – November 29, 2016
Pay was low and needed to move on. Overall a good job and would recommend others for a college job. Maybe if you are in between jobs or you do not need a high paying job. This would be a good job for you.
Salon manager / (Current Employee) – reno nv – November 28, 2016
Manage day to day operations, handled guest complaints, staffing and scheduling , hired and trained stylist to there full potential , inventory control, performed all hair and wax services on male and female guest.
Stylist (Former Employee) – Ny – November 26, 2016
No one in the company is on the same page they tell you one thing then turn around and say they never did then you're the one in trouble, unreachable goals, no chance of advancing unless you know someone higher up already
Hair Stylist (Former Employee) – Mattoon, IL – November 22, 2016
The higher ups in this company are clueless. They switch district managers in and out constantly. I believe we had 4 in less than a year. It's pretty sad how obvious they make it that you don't matter.
Manager (Current Employee) – Utah County, UT – November 21, 2016
I love working for SmartStyle! It's a busy Salon and they offer benefits! Also the harder you work the more pay you get! If you are on commission you get paid more if you aren't you still get your minimum wage plus tips!
busy, always a pay check, fun to work inside a walmart
if you don't work hard you don't get on commission resulting in a smaller paycheck
Manager (Current Employee) – Mississippi – November 18, 2016
Cut hours, low pay, overworked, unappreciated, horrible management, unrealistic goals, high turnover rate, typical corporation, always short staff, financial and marketing problems that they are trying to keep secret, lying District Managers.
Senior District Leader (Current Employee) – Smithfield, NC – November 17, 2016
Regis is a great company to work for in my position. During my time as a District Leader I have learned much about leadership and build relationships in my community, online and with competing business. The management team I work for has been incredible and have always been willing to teach me anything I wanted to learn to grow me closer to my goals. The hardest part of my job would be staffing my stores because many stylist find that our pay plans are not as great as other companies. The most enjoyable part of my job has been that my leaders have always had my back and the people that work with and for me have been amazing!
Unprofessional Poor environment No customer service
Stylist (Former Employee) – Connecticut – November 16, 2016
If you're passionate and creative in hairdressing this is a place you not want to work in no support from corporate right down to management take your skills somewhere else where are you would be appreciated
You can get all the hours you need stylist are always leaving
I don't understand why people are so negative sometimes. The Regis that I work in is amazing. I have learned a lot working here and if you are willing to work then you make great money. The retail will sell itself. Great benefits too, that is hard to find in this industry.
District Manager (Former Employee) – New Jersey – November 9, 2016
Everyday was different which was always exciting. Motivating and educating my salons was always fulfilling and to bring energy in and leave with smiles and a hard days work always felt great. I learned that if you can relate with your staff and build trust with them and encourage that we are all on the same team, that they look forward and are excited to work for you and not against you. Giving staff goals and holding them accountable works wonders, Hiring the best out there for my salons was fun and challenging. Traveling for and with Regis Corp was always so much fun and the education was top notch.
Hairstylist/Cosmetologist (Former Employee) – Booneville, MS – November 2, 2016
This company isn't very good when it comes to compensation and job work/life balance. If you're looking to work for Regis, be prepared to sacrifice your entire weekend and be ready to close at 8 atleast 2 times a week. They don't like to work with scheduling and they don't under any circumstances have a SET schedule. Pay wise, you'll be making minimum wage with unrealistic goals they set for you to reach in order to get a raise. In the 3 years I worked there I never got a raise. No benefits and definitely no room for advancement.
Free haircolors and cuts for employees, retail discount