Campus Director (Former Employee) – Gaithersburg, MD – August 29, 2015
Company needs to decide on a brand and stick with it. Can't trust management at HQ. They are closing many campuses and letting go of employees at HQ and in the field. They are very worried about their future and constantly trying to save money by letting go of staff. Area manager cannot be trusted. She will do or say anything to get ahead. Twists and makes up stories to benefit her status.
Floor manager /Instructor (Former Employee) – Ft. Collins, CO – January 25, 2019
I was the full time manager on the floor, and oversaw all the students. I helped guide them and prepare for their success in the future. I felt the job was very rewarding and loved learning the business part. Often times I was doing inventory, conference calls and coming up with lesson plans out side of the curriculum.
Morning meeting were to long. Morning conference calls were way to long and not productive. Time with students and staff first part of day. Computer time for file management.Emails and phone calls Afternoons 2 times a week went out to visit local business to promote school enrollment Very difficult culture. So many not really ready to learn skills needed in industry. Hardest part of job was dealing with Regional Managers and the most enjoyable was training staff and sharing knowledge and with students that wanted to learn.
Good teachers to work with.
Due to location school failed to thrive. All Regency schools in the area closed in my 3rd year
Educator (Former Employee) – Durham, NC – May 22, 2018
This Facility was absolutely gorgeous which the decor makes it easy to work eight hours, This company put a demand on a good education for the instructors as well as the students. The management that I was exposed to had an open door policy if you had any concerns or needed help or ideas they would help. The most challenging part of the job was being an elite beauty school surrounded by a community no used to the great customer service and education. The most enjoyable part of the job was to teach the students on an everyday basis and watch them transition to becoming licensed professionals.
Instructor/Trainer (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – May 6, 2018
Stressful unorganized rude and unconcerned about their staff or students. Little or no incentives for staff or students. I can't find very much more to say they had a beautiful school and then they lost them because they weren't focused on quality and development of people,.
this school is closed I can not tell you any thing about this school ben you will never go to this school. the only way you willl go to this school is if you hop in a time machine so good luck with that