Stylist (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – September 12, 2018
active, fast pace different styles, Technics, coloring etc. management was great workplace was multi-culture slow pecks doing before and after effect on a person stles of hair that makes them feel better
Great atmosphere along with many opportunities to expand career. Meeting a lot of great stylists and clients. A place to want to be. Management and. Or potato on offer stylisys a great deal from discounts to retirement. Do offer great benefits. Some days can be long and busy. Sometimes maybe understaffed. But overall exactly what you’d want to feel successful. Great being around different stylists to learn from and see amazing work they do
Stylist (Former Employee) – Spring Branch, TX – April 9, 2018
Worked for Tgf for over a year as my first job out of beauty school.
Pros: Great walk in traffic Tips everyday Clientele builds fast Paid time off
Cons: No advertisement (you are expected to advertise for them) Sliding pay scale. (Meaning I would do over $2800 in service sales and only be paid $580 every 2 weeks for that work) Unless you have kids you’ll be expected to close constantly like I did (which to be fair i didn’t mind but they couldn’t work around me asking for ONE day shift twice a month) Paid time off was only an AVERAGE of what you worked a week (I averaged around 32 hours)
i love my job the manger is very accommodating. i have learned alot about hair colors and cut on all hair types.it is a very safe place to work at.the hardest part is working with trying get you clients to understanding you work hours
Work was hard and very competitive. We didnt really get send to and classes like I was told when hired! Management was always changing or quitting and it was ridiculous! I would not recommend to work here!
This company is a great place to start out when getting right out of school. However, you only get out what you put into the experience; getting to know the company. The only downside is there is not a lot of advancing available.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – June 12, 2015
Most of handing customer services and introduce new product to new clients. Discuss promotion each months and help a manager order supplies and products Leaned interact between each other and been more patient in work Everything in workplace is in order and organization. Maintain goals in teamwork and support co-work The hardest part of the job is when goals running put out of time, everybody must work hard and overtime to catch deadline The most enjoyable part of the job is when the goal done
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Cypress, TX – April 15, 2015
I had recently just graduated from cosmetology school when i was hired as the receptionist for TGF Haircutters.Working at this salon taught me quite a bit, but the main thing it taught me was that I dont ever want to do hair. All I would hear is customers complaining abot their hair cut or color. The hair stylist were very good at what they did but they would never give the client what they asked for. So, because of all the unhappy clients I was the one who got yelled at because it was my job to charge them for the services weather they were happy with them or not. The manager would conviently have somewhere to go everytime that she saw a client was upset, so lucky me had to deal with it. I tell you this12 years later after working there so I dont know if its under new management or not. But I sill wont do hair because of it.
Styles (Current Employee) – Orting, WA – February 27, 2015
My typical day at work is opening the shop making sure everything is ready to do hair when customers come in greet them and find out what kind of service they need then we do said service my co-works and i work as a team help each other in any way we can. My manger is great the hardest part of my job is when a client wants a hair style or hair color that we cant do the best part of my job is when we make someone who comes in filling not so happy with themselves and we take the little extra time on them and they walk out filling like a million bucks.