Current and former employees report that Massage Envy provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Free Monthly Massage but if you’re not comfortable with getting massages you can get monthly facials at a discounted rate.”
“There’s a lot of videos to watch”
“You can work as many or as little hours as you want & front staff actually try to take care to not over book”
Great benefits offered at clinic
The perks of Massage Envy are the free monthly massages. As a front desk receptionist this company doesn’t offer the best benefit package.
It has Flexible shifts and hours
Benefits are good in the austin tx location. Make ur own hours. Facials and products. 40% off employee discount But commission rates are quota based and u have to reach over 1000 in product sale to get base rate.
Does anyone in the DC area (Northern VA suburbs) have a good massage therapist/studio you’d recommend? I’ve had a Massage Envy membership for about 10 years, and even though there have been improvements over the years (online booking, more locations, etc.), it’s getting harder and harder to find availability with the good massage therapists, and service is mediocre at best.
Affordable options and has covered my medical expenses.
Health, dental, and version insurance offered but it gets expensive. Some Massage Envy pay out of pocket for your insurance but they pay you less, while other Massage Envy’s pay you more but you have to pay for your own insurance if you get it through them. It gets taken out of your check twice a month. That also goes along with the 401k option.
Our location actually offers paid vacation, health (low end plan but better than nothing being offered like most locations)/dental/vision insurance, and no pay cap (yes we get paid less than some other companies, but after paying taxes & supplies as an independent contractor or self employed, it comes out pretty close)
Health benefits are an option. 401k is established .
Varies by owners. Most do not offer any real benefits. Their idea of “benefits” include a free massage/facial once a month (which is nice) but medical insurance, PTO, maternity leave, etc are necessary.
No good benefit leave asap