Yes. If you want to make money and build clientele fast, you need to work on the busiest days(Fri, Sat, Sun).
Once you get your own clients you can rebook them to come on the slower days during the week.
Yes you HAVE to work 2 nights and ine weekend day,unless you are friends with whoever the manger is at that time,then you can change your schedule to something less horrible.
Mind you,that schedule doesn’t apply to the manager,they just come and go,don’t open or close,they will make that YOUR unpaid job
At least one night and one weekend day
A certain amount is required. One weekend day and if I remember correctly one night shift.
Answered - Hair Stylist/Receptionist (Former Employee) - Fredericksburg, VA
Yes every weekend and at 3 evenings a week
Answered - Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - Woodstock, IL
Yes, this schedule was to much for me, I don't mind pulling my share of closing. It it became more than what I applied for, I got tired and burned out quick with the favoritism
Answered - Hair Stylist (Former Employee) - Hampton Virginia
You're required work two nights, two mornings, and a weekend day is what you are originally told you have work basically whenever you're told even if hours are unreasonable.
Answered - Stylist (Former Employee) - Boston, MA
One evening per week and one Sunday per month.
Answered - Salon Manager (Former Employee) - Royal Palm Beach, FL
I work 3 days a week with 2 days being evenings and 1 day out the weekend accumulating about 22 hours a week.
Answered - Hair Stylist (Current Employee) - Bowie, MD
Yes, it is required to work nights and weekends hard to get off to be with family
Answered - Professional Stylist/Trainer/Assistant Manager (Current Employee) - Hampton Roads, VA