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beautician in Brisbane QLD
on 11 January 2022
great if you love gossipthis workplace is marketed as a group workplace but once you start its a competive workplace filled with gossip and backstabbing.teams awful and will twist words and take things out of context, barely to no any training and what there is is through facebook and small rooms with no room to actually give customer a decent treatment making you look bad. will write you up for anything from wax to cold to bed having dust, staff never show up so no days off as being a casual makes you on call 24/7
Beauty Therapist in Garden City and Robina
on 25 August 2022
Easy with challengesLoved the work but became very repetitive. Manager was excellent... always tried her best to accommodate every situation. Worked with a great team in a couple of their salons. In every workplace there will always be someone that can rub you the wrong way so keeping a good attitude and self motivation is the key. Also if payrate was at the right level from the beginning I'm sure the company would be able to retain staff better.
Beauty Therapist in Townsville QLD
on 17 November 2020
Toxic environmentIf you love work place bullying, harassment and intimidation by management and staff, no days off, pressure to sell awful products that do more damage then good, minimal training if any at all, then this is the place for you.The pay isn't worth the mental toll.There is a reason they are always hiring. And its not because of company growth like they advertise.
Therapist in Queensland
on 18 September 2020
Don’t do itHands down the worst run business I have ever worked for. You will consistently work full days without any type of lunch break and if you question it be told to “suck it up”. Management won’t stand up to owners in regards to the quite frankly illegal treatment of staff. If you have a diploma don’t bother, they will only pay you at a cert III level, despite offering and expecting you to perform multiple diploma level treatments. Casuals do not get treated as such, you are expected to apply for days off which will almost definitely not be approved, if you point out the fact that as a casual you can just give notice of unavailability they will threaten your position there. Expected to sell for little to no reward, there is no process for tracking who sold what so you could do all the work recommending and if they come back another day to buy, management will happily take what should be your sale. Honestly don’t know how this place hasn’t had multiple fair work lawsuits. Don’t do it to yourself
Beauty Therapist/Receptionist in Australia
on 13 March 2020
Work here only if you really need the moneyNot a pleasant place to work. Owners are horrible people with no social skills. Threatening behaviour from Management and very stressful competitive cuture with no incentives or rewards for the long fast paced environment your put in. Award wage given with an expectation to exceed unrealistic targets. Divided workplace with a school like mentality as staff are falsely encouraged to throw people under the bus for recognition.
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