Pros: helping others is my passion, learning new techniques are far as remembering information, using the cash register, and different products.
Cons: expensive healthcare, not much structure, and lunch breaks were short.
A typical day at work consisted of inventory, customer service, and great communication. On slow days we counted, cleaned, and stocked products. When we had busy days the other employees and I would accommodate each client. Listening and communicating to figure out what services the client wants and using your professional knowledge to give advice.
I – more... learned many things working at Smart Style. I learned how to see everyone as a potential client and speak to them as such. Others respond better when being addressed in a professional manner.
The hardest part of the job was dealing with the clients who blamed you for the return policy or the prices on products rather than the company itself.
The most enjoyable part of the job was turning your clients chair around and the look on their faces when they see themselves for the first time. Watching them leave with confidence and feeling beautiful was the most amazing feeling. – less