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You will never obtain a raise. You have to sign a form saying you would now like to be eligible for a raise, then over the next three months you will be evaluated. And if you don't hit your target sales (they don't care how many facials you do or any other extra work) then you dont get your 10% comission sales increase.

That's right they don't give you a dollar raise they increase the amount you make from product sales. You have to do that process like 3 times before they will add 1¢ to your hourly wage.

They also do not count your first three months of work towards a raise even if you had incredible numbers.

In short: you will not recieved any raise unless the government forces them to increase minimum wage.

Answered 22 August 2019

Stop recording private conversations

Start focusing on your facial services and asking for feedback

Stop harrassing employees because they didn't sell enough products that day

Your facialicious service is a body massage, then a facial. Stop booking 5 in a day for one person as I have watched many leave with injuries

Please take on managers that can also provide services, this will foster a better understanding between management and staff

Start paying higher wages to the service providers (tips are NOT guaranteed income and should be a bonus NOT an excuse for you to pay minimum wage!)

Answered 22 August 2019

How would I sell a customer a product?

Answered 14 August 2019

10% commission sales
50% off personal purchases

Answered 16 October 2019

It wasn't a difficult interview. The questions are very irrelevant. I did a couple interviews myself, and they aren't very informative.

Answered 3 October 2019

Everyday at 8pm you find out your start time for the next day. You do NOT get an end time however. For example, if you start work at 945am, you could technically be released after 3 hours if there are no appointments booked, or you could be asked to stay for a full 8 hours, in the off chance of getting a last minute appointment. It was very very difficult to have a balance between work and personal life due to the fact that you could never plan anything after your work day because you did not know what time you would be off.

Answered 3 October 2019

Per year, 2 weeks only. Some days off if you let the manager know ahead.

Answered 14 August 2019

Yes, to a degree. Nothing too serious.

Answered 6 March 2019
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