SalonCentric Benefits FAQ

Read what SalonCentric employees think about benefits at the company.

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What is health insurance like at SalonCentric?

2 English reviews out of 2

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29 March 2020

Pros

Good health Insurance, vacation time, good discount

Cons

Pay rate not enough, are not following social distancing during conrona virus, wear same gloves all day & week, sanitizer dispensers empty most times, touching microwaves, chairs & tables in lunchroom, using same hand guns, tape guns, machines, computer screens, don't feel safe, being forced to work on other side of warehouse where flu is being passed around and possible virus infection waiting on results, it is not safe

Advice to Management

Follow 2 week quarantine with pay like your giving others with reasons, so we can all be safe! Other warehouses in our area have positive results, it's just a matter of time till it hits our warehouse, we need to close, get paid n insurance paid for full-time employees even if u have to use seniority some how! Don't let employees decide, their putting their life in jeopardy in fear of no pay, no insurance & losing job! Take care of us & we will be back to take care of you when this slows down! Thank you

Good health Insurance, vacation time, good discount

29 March 2020

Reviewed by: Picker in Manchester, PA (Current Employee)

28 May 2020

Pros

The employee discount is great. You get to make/draw signage. You get to be the first to try new products. Your mileage is compensated if you travel to another store. I had incredibly close relationships with my store manager and my team. There are healthcare benefits if you work full-time. The dress code was easy to work with. I enjoyed working with the majority of the customers; most were regulars from salons nearby. Upper management gets treated like royalty and is paid extremely well.

Cons

Upper management is incredibly difficult to deal with. The company expects perfection out of people that work for $10.00 an hour. There is never enough time to finish all tasks; it felt like I was never able to keep my head above water. There are unrealistic expectations of sales goals for events, timeliness for getting stock put away, markdowns, and other daily projects. The regional managers only get paid to be cheerleaders.

Advice to Management

Stop asking for perfection if you aren't going to give your employees fair wages. I worked part-time for 2 years asking for an assistant manager position. The structure of the stores not being able to gain a second full-time position aside from store manager until sales reach $1 million is absurd. A store regardless of the amount of money it makes needs TWO full-time employees to get anything done. Invest money in your employees in the stores because they are the front line. The store employees are the reason the company makes any money at all.

There are healthcare benefits if you work full

28 May 2020

Reviewed by: Sales Associate in Sarasota, FL (Former Employee)

2 English reviews out of 2

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