Receptionist (Current Employee) – Ashland, NB – January 6, 2016
I absolutely love my job. It is a great place to work and everyone treats you great. It has a very laid back atmosphere. Everyday is a great day at Great Clips. Everyone is very nice and I really like my Manager.
Stylist (Former Employee) – Nanaimo, BC – January 4, 2016
This company is not a very good place to work at. A typical day at work was basically pounding out clients at a ridiculously fast pace for not a very great amount of money. I did learn how to pick up my speed but I felt as though I was just not taking the proper time to really focus on what my client wanted. Management was terrible. The head manager there acts as though she is in high school and doesn't really seem to care for her employees. The coworkers were very nice. Over-all I would not recommend this place to anyone to work at.
bad managment, not the greatest pay for what you're doing.
MANAGER (Current Employee) – British Columbia – December 23, 2015
On average, myself and my employees would do between 17-25 haircuts per day. I learned to do quality haircuts in a short amount of time. The hardest part of my job was accomodating the staffs scheduling needs. The most enjoyable part was the customer interaction.
Hairstylist (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – December 17, 2015
Typical day at work would be to set your station up clean and proper be professional for your customers gives outstanding customer service. The management was great at this location its like a small family connection basis, great team work/support. I love to cut hair so I would say that's the most enjoyable part.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Bowmanville, ON – April 30, 2015
Great Clips has a good working atmosphere with a team of staff who are driven and professional. You are always busy as there are always returning customers and new customers who walk away happy with their hair cut. It was a wonderful opportunity to work in such a great work environment and have the customers leaving happy.
Hairdresser (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – March 28, 2015
Too much drama between co-workers especially with moving from store to store. Manager was not present often enough. Fighting over stations was a problem. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with customers.
Apprentice Hairstylist (Former Employee) – Burlington, ON – January 12, 2015
You are pushed really hair to get your haircuts done in 15 minutes. You cannot style the hair with any brushes, so you dont gain a whole lot of clientele because they dont walk out looking like they just came from the salon.
Stylist/Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Abbotsford, BC – November 18, 2014
Opening & Closing, Efficient Cutting Practices A high level of productivity required, and I enjoyed the challenges of meeting the requirements for the shop. The staff were easy going and enjoyable to work with
Hair Stylist (Current Employee) – Coquitlam, BC – September 16, 2013
the most enjoyable part of job is, to make the clients happy with my own creativity in the hair cuts &i am really good in management .I prefer to get days of work wednesday,saturday & sunday. English is my second language if i wrote anything wrong
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Maple Ridge, BC – September 9, 2013
I usually enjoyed going into work, meeting new people and hanging out with the coworkers, I learned how to work a touch screen register and how to have excellent customer service. My coworkers were great, everyone is very friendly there. The hardest part of the job was the slow days, hardest part was standing for eight hours with no chair.
Hairstylist/Receptionist (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – July 19, 2013
a day at work for me is a day at home , where you would welcome all your clients to come in and have a great time and experience and walk out with a smile , my co -workers were amazing everyone was there to help each other out .