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The pace is fast considering your working alone most days changing planograms, customer service, cashier, order filler, stock person, cleaning.

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I currently work in management for cosmoprof. The pay starts at $10🤣 hr. They are now in the final phase of SBH2020. They are cutting employee hours so no one gets full time or holiday pay except Managers. They say we should give our customers Epic service. We would love to focus on selling your product to the customers we have come to love. But when you cut hours in high performing stores, we spend the entire week putting away our 200+ boxes of shipment and dont have the time to give customers the time and attention they deserve let alone any other tasks. If I could spend time focusing on our customers my numbers would soar ....not that they arent but.. We are losing sales due to out of stocks. Please give us the tools to help our company to succeed!! Currently they are eliminating jobs and closing stores so I would have to say their is no room for growth at this time.

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No but maybe should

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$10.00 hr. .12 to .50 cent raise a year. Managers start at $12.00.

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The pay in comparison to responsibility and work load ,not right .

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The Interview is read from a standard required script. The book training process consists of four days. Employees don't usally began to run well for about 3 months due to the fact that we cross train in every aspect of the job. It is a good experience in the fact that you are taught everything to do with retail instead of being assigned to one area of a store. The down fall is always understaffed and under payed.

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Employee turnover due to wage. They prefer licensed cosmetologist but dont want to pay a fair wage. Salon Services, Salon Centric, Maka and even Ogden Beauty pay their associates and managers better.

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Yes they hire retired people from the industry.

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Too stressful, not enough pay, management was terrible. It’s not ideal for anyone, unless you like constant abuse.

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No boobs, backs. Butts or mid drift! No logo shirts or any pants that resemble Jean's, color pants are okay. No gym attire including tennis shoes. Hair and make-up should be presentable as we are catering to the licensed beauty proffesional.

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