Carlton Hair

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30+ days ago

Salon Coordinator

Carlton Hair San Francisco, CA

The Salon Coordinators knows exactly how the salon operates and uses common sense in carrying out Carlton Hair''s guidelines to ensure all customers… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Carlton Hair Sylist

Carlton Hair San Francisco, CA

Stylists at Regis provide guests with excellent service providing the full range of hair care services offered by their salon, such as cutting… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Assistant

Carlton Hair San Francisco, CA

Assists Stylists in providing all hair care services offered by Carlton. Licensing: None required however, it is expected that the Assistant… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Carlton Salon Manager

Carlton Hair San Francisco, CA

Salon Leader The Salon Leader (a/k/a Salon Manager) is responsible for all facets of a salons operations and provides leadership and tools to staff… Glassdoor


Carlton Hair Reviews

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    It has so much potential to be a great place to work, but it simply is not.

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    Former Employee - Hair Stylist
    Former Employee - Hair Stylist

    I worked at Carlton Hair full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Lots of education for stylists
    Good assistant program to train new stylists.
    Medical benefits and 401k option
    Marketing to bring in clientele provided
    Paid vacation for salon coordinators

    Cons

    Salon Coordinators make commission on all products sold, regardless if it was it was actually the stylist's sell.
    Salon Coordinators get paid vacation however stylists DO NOT. Even if they have been with the company for years
    Commission scales for stylists are very small, stylists on average only taking in about half of what they actually make.
    Education provided by the company is NOT free and is in fact very expensive, on top of that there is a lot of pressure to pay for the classes.
    There is endless time clock issues. The company has been sued over time clock issues and lost at least twice. And still there is so much confusion and chaos over this issue.
    Assistants are required to work 6 days a week. They get away with this by having one of the days off be an education day, but this education day is mandatory and entails of driving to Irvine (EVERY MONDAY) no matter where you live,

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    There are probably about 15 people in this company who make a lot of money. Then their are the hundreds of employees who work back breaking jobs for pennies. My advice is start focusing on what would actually make your employees happy. Stop focusing for a few minutes on how to squeeze even more money out of your stylists and focus on your terrible turn around problem. If you have more salons open than you can afford, close some down until you can make the working experience lucrative AND enjoying and fulfilling. And for goodness sake, find a way to help you stylist make more of a decent living. When you pay your receptionist significantly higher than your licensed professionals you have a serious priority problem.

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