Management is a joke. Only the favorite stylists get shifts worth working. If you somehow end up with overtime, you are written up for it. If you make less than a certain amount of money for the company, you are not paid commission, only hourly which is minimum wage. If you don't make commission, you are written up for that also. You are expected to not take a lunch but yet you are expected to say you took one so the company doesn't have to pay you for that half hour. More often than not there is only one stylist on shift unless it is considered a "busy" day. You are expected to put away all truck shipments by yourself and take clients and if things are left undone, you are also written up for that too. If you have to close, you are expected to not get paid for time spent closing the shop, and you also have to make the safe deposits with your own vehicle and gas, and you are not paid for that either. If you get robbed when you are making the deposit, the company fires you. What a joke. They care more about their bottom dollar than they do about their clients or stylists. The technical skills you posses are irrelevant. They will hire people not even licensed or signed up to take state boards!
management plays favorites, constantly being written up for everything, technical ability means nothing