Shift Leader (Former Employee) – Sterling, VA – October 6, 2017
Everyone does such an amazing job with highlights! They gets very close to the root, and disperses them perfectly! No chunks or funkiness. We trained on recommendations on products and hair care customers are very much appreciated. We ask about on your hair, and let you a feel the products first hand..
Receptionist, Product Manager (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 21, 2018
SuperCuts for me gave me my big break. It was my first job ever and it helped speed up my computer skills where it lacked and they really do care about the customers and are very interactive and hands on. I loved working there, but I needed more hours. Highly recommend as a starter job.
Hair Stylist (Former Employee) – Santa Rosa, CA – May 21, 2018
A great place to grow as a stylist. continued training is offered to advance your skills. working quickly and efficiently is key to being successful .The pay is not the best but you do also receive tips. the turn over rate can make it difficult to have shifts covered. because of the low base pay a lot of stylist decided to go elsewhere for work.
Shift Leader (Current Employee) – Tracy, CA – May 20, 2018
A typical day at work is full of happy greetings with each client. Seeing the regulars that know you by name and get consistent service each time them come to see you. The most enjoyable part of the job is the relationships you build with the clientele and also with my coworkers. The hardest part of the job would be explaining to others how much skill and dedication has to go into each client.
10-20 haircuts a day, and they had phenomenal training. My store manager was wonderful, but unfortunately the company hires under-qualified district leaders. Was not compensated for amount of work put in, they are all about speed.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Beverly, MA – May 11, 2018
Yes as a stylist you will grow but as a receptionist you aren't appreciated enough. You are dealing with angry costumers all day because they don't understand how our "appointments" work. My own personal manager was OK but above her was AWFUL. They don't care about their workers all they care about is getting money in their pockets
Stylist (Former Employee) – Plymouth, MA – May 11, 2018
Was neither blown away or severely dissatisfied with my work here. Would recommend to any stylist starting out in their career looking to build their skillset and earn great pay with potential benefits. In the end, wound up leaving due to my hours being cut in half and management switching hands to someone who was extremely incapable.
Stylist (Former Employee) – Lehigh Valley, PA – May 9, 2018
Pay is hourly but low. Your tips make up for it as long as it’s a busy day. The hours can be very stressful, and they usually expect you to work all weekend (Saturday and Sunday) every weekend. You don’t get breaks and they still take the money out of your paycheck. Management is unprofessional and lazy. Health care is very expensive. Our franchise owner never took much care of our salon. However, the training they provide is great. This is definitely a good job for a stylist fresh out of school.
stylist (Former Employee) – Bellingham, WA – May 6, 2018
Do not work here! I worked at Supercuts on Lakeway for years and kept thinking it would get better with time. Boy was I wrong! You are promised compensation that is never awarded, and just end up burnt out. You are overworked by FAR and underpaid. The manager is a dictator that thinks the rules dont apply to her, Save yourself the trouble and stress and don't even apply!
Receptionist (Former Employee) – West Hills, CA – May 3, 2018
The lady's there are so nice. It's a great work environment for the most part. The only thing that really bothered me was the customers but every job has a con. This one did not have many. Pay and work responsibilities were fair. Tips from stylists are earned. Honestly a great place to work if you're looking for 25-35 hour work week
Product Manager/ Hairstylist (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 1, 2018
I was one of there top employees and then they started moving me around without my consent and when I brought it up to them that the new commute was too much for me they suggested that I get a better vehicle They inundated me with constant meetings and I had very little time for my family. They wanted me to make them $45 an hour but only paid me $12. The customers complain constantly especially about the fact that they charge $4 for a shampoo I lost all respect for the upper management after that. I thought they appreciated all the hard work I put in for 2 years and they saw me as completely replaceable.
stylist (Current Employee) – Tampa, Florida – April 26, 2018
Super cuts is a great company to work for. However it's unfortunate there are some unprofessional and immature upper management. Not appreciative of stylist who are high performers, with great reviews/ talent and passion for the industry.
lots of walk ins, easy to build clientele
work life balance not there due to short staff... loosing quality stylist due to upper management.