Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Manchester, PA – October 28, 2018
Do not recommend working here unless you enjoy being surrounded by moronic managers with no common sense and have no ability to lead. They constantly will change your hours with little to no notice. In the last 3 years, my hours changed at least 10 times when I have never voluntarily changed shifts. The pay and benefits only slightly make up for the fact you will have no life to enjoy the money or any time off to recuperate. Find another job that won't ruin your life—or sanity.
I loved working for Salon Centric. There were a couple of co-workers that were not that great, but I think that every place has them. The management was fantastic, and I got to travel to other stores to help out when there was personnel that had left. They don't stay open super late and guaranteed to have at least Sundays off, and you only had to work one Saturday a month.
Store Manager (Current Employee) – Florida – August 11, 2018
I love the customers, the discount, the products, and honestly the hours aren't bad at all if you're used to retail. The problem starts with upper management. Straight from the top you are talked down to and belittled. The work load and demands are out of control. You're by yourself most of the time and expected to work miracles. If you are successful you get a small pat on the back. Very political atmosphere at corporate. There is extra money to be made in bonuses, but you spilt it with your staff.
picker (Former Employee) – Valencia, CA – August 8, 2018
extremely hot in the summer and cold in the winter. high turnover rate for a reason.. most people hired are temps. alot of favoritism and a few girls their that if u get on their bad side they will immediately report you too HR so be careful who you talk too. ober time is pretty much mandatory if u dont like it they will replace u by next week
Warehouse employee (Former Employee) – Kentwood, MI – July 27, 2018
Salon Centric is a wonderful place to work. They offer health insurance, and paid time off. The hardest part of this job is working in a fast paced environment. They give you plenty of time to work and achieve your hourly and daily rate.
Store Manager (Current Employee) – Port Saint Lucie, FL – July 27, 2018
Very physical work. More then expected. Labor hours are restricted making it difficult to balance tasking with sales. Goals are somewhat unrealistic as labor hours are not allocated to perform all assigned tasks. this is pretty normal in retail. Overall not a bad place to work and not a great place to work.
Upper Management is very numbers driven and unreliable
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – July 10, 2018
The product discount and relationships w/ customers were great. The General Manager was rude and often lied to employees. Even when bringing up concerns to the corporate office the GM lied to them and remarked that she gets a lot of calls a day so a call from an employee could often get lost in transition or forgotten about. Corporate never took any of the employees concerns seriously about her abuse of her position.
Studio Manager (Former Employee) – St. Petersburg, FL – July 8, 2018
I was there briefly and not trained, had to oversee a new position and not one person knew how to train. Management is HORRIBLE and my dept was small so there was no reason! Theyu spent more money on useless meetings and food over putting it in employees check and to be a part of management you couldnt be pretty or thin. There was total toxicity, no care of a workers merit and caddiness! DO NOT WORK HERE!
Store Manager (Current Employee) – Panama City, FL 32405 – June 29, 2018
This was just a temp job for me because I was going through a divorce and needed flexible hours. Overall this isn't a bad place to work. You do have to work by yourself for long periods of time and the work itself is very demanding but I really enjoyed it.
Customer Care Representative (Current Employee) – Castaic, CA – June 29, 2018
In my opinion management makes you feel very unimportant as an individual unless you work in the corporate office in Florida or in management position. The job itself is very easy and not stressful. For the pay, this would be a great first time job to grow your skills and move on. There is no real room for growth unless you are in Florida.
Credit Analyst (Former Employee) – Pinellas Park, FL – June 21, 2018
hostile work environment- management does not communicate well with employees. needs improvement-too much pressure put on daily tasks-very stressful-company does not compensate for collections like other companies do.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Beaverton, OR – June 20, 2018
We were busy at our store, but perpetually understaffed. The management blamed employees for lack of time to get necessary things done, even though they didn't hire enough people. As well as brought on management that didn't know the industry which was detrimental to our customer base.
no breaks if we were are store by ourselves, no benefits, worked crazy schedule for no benefits