SalonCentric Career Development FAQ

Read what SalonCentric employees think about career development at the company. Employees have questions about everything from promotions and mentoring to job security.

SalonCentric has a career opportunities rating of 3.2.

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5 English questions out of 5

8 July 2020

How are the career development opportunities at SalonCentric?

Pros

Generous Discount, Great building relationships with customers/coworkers, Build a wealth of knowledge about the beauty industry

Cons

Work can become tedious. Limited opportunity for career advancement within the company, tough to recruit talent

Limited opportunity for career advancement within the company, tough to recruit talent

8 July 2020

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10 November 2021

What kind of career opportunities exist at SalonCentric?

Pros

Company really cares about its employees, awesome employee discount, opportunity to earn extra money through contests and SPIFS

Cons

Usually you have to start out part time

Company really cares about its employees, awesome employee discount, opportunity to earn extra money through contests and SPIFS

10 November 2021

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27 February 2020

Does SalonCentric have any sort of mentoring programme?

Pros

I love that this company puts a ton of focus on the customer, gives us resources to better help our customers and build their business, and invests in us as employees. Enjoy working closely with stylists and salon owners to help them grow their business through the many brands that Saloncentric has to offer. They offer a comprehensive training program, monthly sales meetings, product samples and business programs.

Cons

The “frontline” employees have zero ability to make basic decisions. The managers and upper management are some of the worst I’ve dealt with, and while the company promotes a customer-centric culture, the constant fight that ensues between all channels leaves the customer feeling just the opposite...not taken care of and confused.

Advice to Management

The Omni channel system needs to be perfected and same across the board. The stores, street, and b2b are in constant competition with each other. It makes absolutely zero sense, all while other distributors see the internal/organizational struggle and are able to take business that we could’ve otherwise gained if we weren’t paired against each other at every turn...hello shop n learns, or internet deals that I on the street cannot honor for the customer. Salon owners and stylists simply do not have time. They need their product, they need it as soon as possible, and they need the best deal. It is ridiculous that we have to tell them that, at any given time that bottle of shampoo is on sale with SalonCentric-just not through me...or not through the store. Also, the warehouse employees need to be better trained and receive better pay. They are clearly disgruntled and it makes it difficult for everyone else when product is consistently and continuously damaged.

They offer a comprehensive training program, monthly sales meetings, product samples and business programs.

27 February 2020

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27 February 2020

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at SalonCentric?

Pros

I love that this company puts a ton of focus on the customer, gives us resources to better help our customers and build their business, and invests in us as employees. Enjoy working closely with stylists and salon owners to help them grow their business through the many brands that Saloncentric has to offer. They offer a comprehensive training program, monthly sales meetings, product samples and business programs.

Cons

The “frontline” employees have zero ability to make basic decisions. The managers and upper management are some of the worst I’ve dealt with, and while the company promotes a customer-centric culture, the constant fight that ensues between all channels leaves the customer feeling just the opposite...not taken care of and confused.

Advice to Management

The Omni channel system needs to be perfected and same across the board. The stores, street, and b2b are in constant competition with each other. It makes absolutely zero sense, all while other distributors see the internal/organizational struggle and are able to take business that we could’ve otherwise gained if we weren’t paired against each other at every turn...hello shop n learns, or internet deals that I on the street cannot honor for the customer. Salon owners and stylists simply do not have time. They need their product, they need it as soon as possible, and they need the best deal. It is ridiculous that we have to tell them that, at any given time that bottle of shampoo is on sale with SalonCentric-just not through me...or not through the store. Also, the warehouse employees need to be better trained and receive better pay. They are clearly disgruntled and it makes it difficult for everyone else when product is consistently and continuously damaged.

They offer a comprehensive training program, monthly sales meetings, product samples and business programs.

27 February 2020

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8 July 2020

Are transfers to other offices possible with SalonCentric?

Pros

Generous Discount, Great building relationships with customers/coworkers, Build a wealth of knowledge about the beauty industry

Cons

Work can become tedious. Limited opportunity for career advancement within the company, tough to recruit talent

Limited opportunity for career advancement within the company, tough to recruit talent

8 July 2020

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5 English questions out of 5

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