Pros: One free service a yr. Good coworkers. Job requires little thinking.
Cons: No salary increases, poor upper management, poor training, huge employee turn around, employeer cares more about their revenue than their employess and "guests"
Be careful making a career move with this company. They will offer what seems like a nice salary up front ($45/hr...ask for more they are desperate and will pay it), you will never get a raise...ever! Things are constantly changing and they will continue to ask more of you without compensation. We have had 13 treatment providers come and go in the last 2 yrs, turn around is awful and the moral in the workplace is horrible. You will loose your nursing skills and the training you do get isn't great. Just enough so you can do your job but not enough to feel 100% confident. They will ask unethical things of you often. You will have to become a sales person and try to talk "guests" into getting things they don't need, won't work for their hair color (sell them anyway), or will cost them more than financing a car would. You will constantly have unhappy "guests" that the upper management doesn't have time to deal with so you are left looking like you have poor customer service and very unprofessional. The treatments can take hours (esp ultherapy), are painful for your guests and the guests are often unhappy with the outcomes. If you go through the wonderful "paid training" be careful esp. for newer services they don't given you specific time throughout your normal schedule to review the material so you may do it on your own time unpaid (even though it is required), it will not make you proficient and if you tell them you don't feel proficient they don't care...as long as they are making money. One of the things on their career page talks about intergrity...I have never worked for a company that has less integrity. They would do literally anything to increase their bottom dollar. They don't care about their employees they treat them so unprofessional and like they are disposable (therefore the high turn around). Go somewhere where you can build a career and be treated like the professional that you've worked so hard to become!