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“We got a 40% discount for services”
“Not thorough enough, could be longer”
“It takes up to 4 weeks for a new schedule to be put in place.”
Great benefits package. I was covered for all my dental vision and medical appointments. It did not expensive benefit package at all.
Each location is different in what benefits are available. One location I've worked at had the ability to earn PTO-- and another not. So it's inconsistent. You could get PTO, discounted products and services, as well as free massage or facials.
If its a small spa you won't get many benefits at all. You might not even get the benefit of your own room or consistent inventory of necessary supplies. Even during a pandemic, they can find a way to weasel out of paying for necessities. Corporate will point to franchisee and franchisee will point to corporate. Only benefit is that your schedule is usually adjustable at any time. Training is unreliable and spotty. They might pay for continuing ed if you hound them.
Some locations offer health insurance which is great but unfortunately its not affordable based off a single person.
There are no perks to being an SA, we were promised one free facial or massage each month which did not occur at all, you get $10 commission for every membership you sell but that's it.
My hours were cut back so that I couldn't get insurance. There are no paid days off.
Too expensive, not worth it
They don’t tell you about 401(k) when you’re full-time they expect you to find that out yourselves by other people, they give you a little time to add health insurance
the only thing they had was a 401k plan but you had to at least work for at least a year to qualify for the plan
There are no benefits except you get a free massage or facial every month, and you get to choose which one you want. Also 20% off products (but it isn't really worth it because the products are so expensive.)
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