Regis Corporation – Sarnia
The Hair Stylist is responsible for delivering exceptional customer service while providing the full range of hair care services. Specifically, the… Glassdoor
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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Regis Corporation full-time (more than 8 years)Pros
If you are lucky enough to have a great manager/supervisor/boss, you have a real opportunity to succeed.. for a while
-Marketing materials, Educational tools, business building all provided for you
-Some salons are in great locations, making building a clientele easy.
-Variety of products available for use.
-Training on many, many techniques and products you would have to pay for elsewhere.
-You really have all tools available at your disposalCons
This company seems to allow, and promote, managers and supervisors into positions solely based on company tenure.
-Low/Average pay for the work you are asked to do.
-No "REAL" HR dept. Don't expect to be able to talk to anyone about legitimate concerns. (including racist/anti-gay comments made by upper mgt. You will be ignored.)
-No communication across company. The left arm doesn't know what the right arm is doing.
-Upper mgt is a joke. Told one thing, shown another, asked a third.
-Expect to provide high end experience with low end capital. (Then, have NO IDEA why you are losing guests so quickly. Combine that with a crappy employee experience, which leads to a crappy guest experience, and you have no reason to stay.. as a guest or employee)
-The company seems to have the right idea, with NO CLUE how to execute.
Seriously, this company needs to pay more for better quality people, at least in field leadership. Having leadership that knows how to add and subtract may be a good start.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Pay closer attention to who your field teams are. Stop making emotionally charged decisions. A small bump in pay would help attract some better (SMARTER) employees. I really believe(d) in this company, until I saw who was being allowed to run the gamut.Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO