Receptionist (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 5 September 2018
Problem remains in ownership and disgustingly lean business practices. "Overworked and underpaid" , what an understatement. Not enough staff Unpaid stat holidays and sick days Missing hours and pay No recognition for your work efforts Very damp and mouldy work environment - health concerning Highly demanding job for one professional Unprofessional communication from owners Owners will try to intimidate as means to a profit, or will take advantage of their power / higher position Owners don't seem to care about their clients and basic customer service - all the while, you will be required to carry out petty demands from clients in disbelief All in all, don't waste your time.
Receptionist, Location Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 August 2018
Oppressive environment. Owners are rude and neglect to pay you on time. Not sure who taught this fools how to run a business. Therapists walk all over you as well. You're expected to manage the location while getting paid bare minimum.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 August 2018
Working downtown and less work for a good pay. Its perfect for a minimum wage job. Massage therapists are very helpful and management is always available especially when you are not aware of what to do. The hr person is very helpful and motivating