Manager-Master (Current Employee), Oklahoma, TX – June 2, 2015
Pros: continuing education from some of the top artistic directors
Cons: pay scales need to be more up to date and comparable to other salons at the same scale
Regis is one of the leading salons in the hair industry, with having salons all over the US as well as internationally. The strive to go above and beyond for their clients expectations everyday and in – more... doing so make continuing education readily available for their teams. I love that as a manager I can educate and motivate my team, sharing my own personal experiences and knowledge with them. It truly is a home away from home building a relationship with coworkers as well as the many wonderful clients that walk in our door on a day by day basis – less
Great place to start out of school to gain experience!
Receptionist/Cosmetologist (Former Employee), San Bernardino, CA – May 30, 2013
Pros: good training seminars
Cons: rude staff
I learned a lot while working at Regis, my manager was great at teaching us new techniques and demonstrating how to mix color. My co-workers were ok the only bad thing is that some of them aren't so friendly. The girls that are there the longest think they are better then you. I gain a lot of experience, but the pay was too low for me to stay there any longer..
Stylist (Former Employee), Burlington, NJ – February 19, 2013
Pros: potential to gain new clients
Cons: the salon was not located near and anchor store
Because Regis was located in a mall there was potential to meet people and gain new clients. Unfortunately we weren't bombarded with new clients everyday and in this environment many of your clients are – more... not repeat customers .. Because they are just passing through and decided to get a hair cut. Or the client is not particular in who does their hair as long as they receive great service and can get in and out in a reasonable time.
Management was flexible in working with your schedule. Co-workers were great and meeting new people was to best. – less
manager (Former Employee), Lancaster, pa – February 9, 2013
always a ongoing education many aspects in management able to start as a stylist then climb the ladder all the way to president of the company many different types of peple many personalities keeping to the specified schedule as to accomadate to the next customer on time definately the conversations
Managing Salon staff of 15+, to include employment, termination and ensuring all employees followed the required guidelines. Reduced customer complaints, maintained excellent customer service skills, doubled Salon yearly income.