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Yes your hours will be cut back to 15 hrs or less a week if you don’t meet weely numbers.

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I love Sport Clips and am super proud to say I work there!

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You must become an android robot of sorts with no personality or individuality to work for them. Otherwise forget it.

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Dont bother unless your on the track to be a manger. And then only if you want your life completely taken over. You can make lots of money in cooperate stores, but be prepared to do nothing but work.

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It’s fun, exciting, and upbeat sports environment.

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None two years as a stylist and I get no vacation time or pay no holiday time or pay ... no benefits at all

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Don't do it. No set hours or schedule. You can be terminated@ anytime for no reason and end up homeless like me. Go to Hair Cuttery and have a real career.

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First I worked @ 2 locations..I had like 43 hours. I got cut from 1 store and promised 40 hours but with taxing tips and having separate checks, it cut my pay by $300 a month. I looked @ the schedule and after 2 weeks I had 33 hours. My manager said..yeah, that couldn't stay that way. .nobody gets 40 hours. I could no longer pay my 🚗 pmt or rent. I now live in a tent behind Walmart. Thanks Sport Clips for the false promises when I got hired 😞

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My manager only worked 33 hours, 1 closing shift and smoked the entire day. He quit to find a better job after he cut all of my hours 43 down to 23.. Thanks, I like living in a tent behind Walmart ( this is not a joke either 😢)

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It’s really hard to bonus. Even if you follow the five point play, it is extremely difficult to bonus out. My current times are good my average ticket sale is above average but if you don’t have your back bar where it supposed to be, and your product where it supposed to be, on top of your average ticket sale-it is very hard to bonus. I’ve been in the hair business for 15 years and I would think that if my ticket sales are above average that that should matter more to bonus. There are so many places that give you commission on the amount of money you bring into the Shop. At sport clips it’s more difficult because it’s on a productivity on multiple things such as having your back bar at a certain percent and you’re product sells it is certain percent, instead of just your average ticket sales. I think it’s important to sell product to know all of that stuff but not everybody is going to get the shampoos and buy product. Bedtime doing 17 haircuts today and my ticket sales are high that means more money for you as a stylist it feels like I made you X amount of dollars But I don’t benefit from that because I didn’t get everything else to your expectations I’m not gonna bonus. It kind of makes me feel like it’s a chop shop and I know sport clips is more than that . It’s a great company to work for and I love that they offer training, but like I said before I think they make it a little bit to hard to bonus. Is my average ticket sale is $42 an hour I feel like I should be rewarded with some sort of incentive even if it’s just an extra $.50 to a dollar an hour more. And for that people who our meeting all of the criteria and they should get an extra bonus on top of that. I’m the breadwinner and my family and doing 17 haircut today is hard on my body and just because I didn’t do enough shampoos or sell enough product means I don’t get tip bonus and that’s a big bummer. Especially because of some of the competitors in the area will give you commission if you hit a certain dollar amount in service sales

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