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Manager (Former Employee), Acworth, GAOctober 14, 2014
Cons: health care, poor 401k
Being apart of a franchise has its ups and downs. The downs I experienced were with upper management. Decisions were made that crippled some salons while others gained. Upper management had favorite locations, making calls that benefited those shops. But crucified the others for lack of performances. They set opportunity's for bonuses but made it just – more... enough out of reach it was rare any salon out of the "favorites" hit such goals. GM and the franchise owner showed no care to give the proper tools to help the other salons flourish. As for the company name Super Cuts, which provides great education and continue to go forward so to keep up with growing trends, whether the franchises follow their guild lines well I cant promise all do. I fortunately worked with a very pleasant team; who cared and worked together for the greater good of the clients and isn't that what its all about, the clients! I wish the franchise I worked for had that as a main concern. – less
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awesome job
Stylist (Former Employee), Livingston, NJOctober 9, 2014
loved it, trained very well and treated their employees very well.
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Learning experience
Cosmetologist (Former Employee), Daphne, ALOctober 8, 2014
I performed Client hair services, customer service at an advanced level and product sales.
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A good place to start
Hair Stylist (Current Employee), FloridaOctober 8, 2014
Pros: busy, tips, education
Cons: scheduling requirements, 2 evening shifts and weekends every week
You receive continued education. It is a Paul Mitchell signature environment , meaning you use their techniques, color and back bar, but sell other brands in store. The pace is fast, never sit for very long.

The Manager schedules things and then changes them weekly without notice. You show up late, not at all or on the wrong shift without realizing.
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loved the people hated the business
Stylist (Former Employee), norman, okOctober 7, 2014
loved working here till i got my taxes and they didnt take out taxes for over half the year and there...... requirements for re certifying were rediculous
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fun place
Cosmetologist (Former Employee), Guthrie, OKOctober 6, 2014
Pros: products
Cons: no room to grow
If you enjoy cutting hair supercuts is the place for you, if you don't than you shouldn't be there. over all good company.
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Franchise owners lack of knowledge in industry
Manager (Former Employee), Jenkins rd chattanooga tnOctober 5, 2014
Pros: the staff, location
Cons: the franchise owners
Loved the location my staff but the lack of knowledge on the behalf of the franchise owners made it a hard place to work.
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fun productive work place
Store Manager/Hairstylist (Former Employee), Clovis, CASeptember 27, 2014
Pros: benifits
Cons: closing at 9 pm
I love seen and meeting new people everyday as well as seeing our regulars. I had awesome co workers as well as management team. it's a very fun yet professional place to work with lots of growing opportunity and education,
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lovely place to work for a girl
Receptionist (Former Employee), long beachSeptember 22, 2014
pretty boring position, just stood around all day, easy money
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Wonderful!
Sytlist (Current Employee), Billerica, MASeptember 19, 2014
Love working for the company! get to meet new people everyday!
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not a prefessional place
hair dresser (Former Employee), Rialto, CASeptember 9, 2014
work about 6 hrs a day
really liked my cowerkers
its very slow maybe about 5-6 clients a day
I really enjoyed my regular clients
this location was in a not so nice area and needed lots of upgrades
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busy, professional, productive
Store Manager (Current Employee), Warwick, RISeptember 9, 2014
Working at Supercuts I have learned so much from giving a good fade all the way to having management skills. I have gotten a all around experience while I have been with the company
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it was an ok job for just a temporary not exactly toma ke a living off of
Receptionist (Former Employee), West Hollywood, CASeptember 5, 2014
Supercuts is a salon franchise for mostly haircuts they do some color . my typical day consisted of taking care the register and making sure no one else handled it while i was on duty. management needed major improvements as far as professionalism and customer care. my co-workers were all unique individuals most of their day consists of gossip. i guess – more... the hardest part for me was working in a non professional salon. what i did enjoy was getting to know some of our clients which were interesting people. – less
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Productive workplace, in order to continue your educational skills
Stylist (Former Employee), Tulsa, OKSeptember 2, 2014
-Money Handling.
-Face-to-Face customer care.
-Sanitizing/ and organization of tools.
-Inventory
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My first job that I ever had officially.
Receptionist (Former Employee), Corpus Christi, TXAugust 29, 2014
I was a receptionist so I would take down customers' names and take care of them at the register. I was also in charge of cleaning the floors, shelves, and washing towels and combs to use. My co-workers were nice for the most part, but a little uptight. Though I liked this job, I didn't stay long. One day, I went to look at my schedule for the upcoming – more... week and I saw my name wasn't even on it. I asked the manager about it and they said they'll get back to me on it. A few days passed by so I ended up calling to ask again and I got the same response. After a few weeks of trying, I just gave up on it. They never officially told me I was fired or laid off so I don't know what happened there. – less
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It's not work if you love what you do
Hair Stylist/Shift Manager (Former Employee), Newbury Park, CAAugust 20, 2014
I enjoyed working for this company and the fact that I was able to grow into management.
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Fun and busy salon, good attitudes, management was scatterbrained, corporate rules overpowered
Hair Stylist (Former Employee), Latham, NYAugust 13, 2014
Executed shampooing, coloring, cutting, and waxing activities
Analyzed clients’ hair and facial features and recommended styles and services to compliment them
Recommended/Sold products and made other suggestions to help clients care for their skin/hair
Utilized various tools, including but not limited to, scissors, trimmers, clippers, razors, brushes – more... etc
Handled wet styling, thermal styling, skin/scalp and hair analysis, waxing services, clipper cuts and fades.
Maintained cutting edge styling techniques and created new styles for clients using outstanding creative talents
Ensured workstations and tools were sanitized
Trained new stylists and assisted with haircuts/color formulation/techniques
Coached and motivated stylists to reach goals, and acknowledged them when they did so
Administration/Maintenance
Prepare deposits/handle close out responsibilities and paperwork
Clean/Organize/Laundry
Performed data entry functions, filed documents, worked with confidential information
Kept accurate information for each client regarding any allergies, last service, color formula, charges
Answer phones, set appointments, and coordinated calendars successfully
Streamlined administrative processes and enhanced operational efficiency
Repaired things that stopped working properly whenever I was able to (clippers, trimmers, blow dryers, staplers, computers, printers, fixed shelves, repaired doors, washers/dryers (very minor things). – less
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Great continuing education
Manager (Current Employee), Granbury, TXAugust 1, 2014
Pros: education
Cons: long work hours
Great Place for New Stylist starting out and stylist that need more hands on Training.
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Busy, great place to work
Hair Stylist (Former Employee), Bedford, MAJuly 19, 2014
Learned excellent customer service skills and the ability to multitask, learned a lot about managing and running a salon from management. The hardest part was being on my feet for 6-8 hours a day. I enjoyed the other stylists that worked there.
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very professional, fun working enviroment
Hairstylist, Shift Manager, Manager (Former Employee), Roseville, CaliforniaJuly 19, 2014
very busy salon, great, clean work environment. Great training

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