The pay in not enough to support your self, with taking care of a family and your self.
Answered - Cosmetologist (Current Employee) - Baton Rouge, LA
Consider the stylist' s needs. We are working for poverty wages. ALL our commissions dropped to either half of what we made before the change or no commission at all. No commission negates any commissiin from retail. Who wants to sell retail when we don't get anything for it if we don't make commission? MAKE IT EASIER TO MAKE A LIVEABLE WAGE!
Answered - Stylist (Current Employee) - Hanover, PA
It was a very good company
Answered - Hairstylist (Former Employee) - Montgomery, AL
Stop lowering hours for stupidity
Answered - Cosmetologist (Former Employee) - Hurst, TX
Pay based on work not on commission
Answered - Cosmetologist (Former Employee) - Muncie, IN
Figure a way the stylist could keep her hrs
Answered - Hairstylist (Current Employee) - Walla Walla, WA
Transfer the employee to the nearest store.
Answered - Hair Stylist (Former Employee) - Sumter, SC
Higher pay rate- store was not busy enough.
Answered - Licensed Cosmetologist (Former Employee) - Willow Grove, PA