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I applied online. I interviewed at John Paul Mitchell in December 2014.
I'm very sorry to say that I was really disappointed with the lack of professionalism on the Managements part. I went into the interview; I'm qualified and have many years in the industry; I guess the interview went well; I don't see how it could have not; since I only got to say about 3 words during the 45 minute interview. At the end of the interview; the manager thought that I was over qualified for an Enrollment position and that I didn't have social media skills; (Just finished organizing my 3rd event on social media and Eventbrite for a book club that about 50 people show up every month for) but that not the worse of it. When I reached out to them to thank them for the interview and get an update; nobody would even respond! How awful is that?
- Was not use to being interviewed; but not asked any questions; and when speaking about today's Cosmetology School challenges; there was no acknowledgement of a rapidly changing environment on the Cosmetology School front nationwide. Answer Question
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From pomades to pompadours, John Paul Mitchell Systems offers its best to those who do 'dos. The privately held US company makes more than 90 different haircare products that sell in more than 100,000 hair salons nationwide and about 80 countries. John Paul Mitchell was founded in Hawaii in 1980 by John Paul "J. P." DeJoria and the late Paul Mitchell. The firm's signature white bottles with distinctive black lettering (because the founders couldn't afford color ink) have attracted the attention of counterfeiters on more than one occasion. Its ...