I unfortunately do not see things improving at this company with management and corporate.
Answered - Makeup Artist/Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Connecticut
What happened to exclusivity? Don't you want to be the store people go out of their way to visit? Apparently not. They're expanding so fast they can't keep up with established stores and they don't have the staff or HR personnel to manage them. There's a difference between getting wider and getting taller- don't try to fool your employees or yourselves otherwise. Bluemercury is 100% morphing into Sephora. I got out and into a spa who advertises for me and cares if my books are full and that I'm successful. But hey, thanks for the paid year of experience!
They're turning into Sephora.
Answered - Licensed Aesthetician (Former Employee) - United States
Macy's Department stores now own the BlueMercury stores-Kinda,
So I guess they will have to find a way to absorb their problems as well. I have no feeling about the future of Blumercury, Inc. Exept that I want nothing further to do with them.
Answered - Spa Manager (Former Employee) - Washington, DC