Stylist/Shift Manager/Manager (Current Employee) – CA – 27 February 2017
Supercuts teaches you how to cut & color hair. I gained confidence as a stylist through working hear. I grew into a management position and am thankful for that oppurtunity. The only downside is that they are open 7 days a week, and we are not ablet to get a set schedule in the coporate salons I work. It's a rotating schedule. Also, I have gotten almost all the days off I wanted.
Hair Stylist (Former Employee) – Fort Saskatchewan, AB – 26 February 2014
Working in a very busy fast passed salon was great. I had clients coming out of my ears. Problem was we had no management. I worked for a corporate company and often my co-worker would decide not to show up for work so you were double booked and dealing with unhappy clients who waited beyond a reasonable time. I focused on my job at hand! Keeping the client in my chair happy and made great tips but poor wage. I maintained a clean and safe work STATION. However, the other stylist not so much. I was the only person to vacuum or take garbage out. "cleaning toilets wasn't in there job description" so I did. I can't expect a client to us a washroom that is unsanitary!
Hairstylist (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 11 August 2012
management was a little lacking when the hiring manager left but, it not the managers fault it was the management aboves responsability to train all new managers regardless to how long they have been working in the organization.
very socailable career, flexable hours.
not enough staff and can extremly overbearing and take up all your personal life.