I worked at Massage Green part-time (Less than a year)
-I need a job and knew the manager so I was hired spot on.
-rooms were spacious except the couples room
-was allowed to use the sauna
-Pay was an ok 15$ a massage... but made great tips off of my regulars.
-Most of the employees were very nice and had good work ethics
-Spa location was not busy( which wasnt good esp since I lived 45 min away)
-Was expected to take a lot of breaks if you were not busy with massages.
-everyone must record soap notes which was time consuming. Most therapist forgot which would result in a "write up".
-everyone fought over the ac/heat which left most of us freezing or hot during the massage.
I applied online. I interviewed at Massage Green (Boulder, CO) in April 2017.
Could tell when I walked in that they are not organized. The questions were not really tailored to fit a massage/spa job. The manager who looked like she was still in high school(not even an exaggeration),was nervous and you could easily tell. When I asked her a question about a specific thing that any manager should know,she was clueless. The entire 30 minutes I was inside,not one person walked in and not once did the phone ring. This was at the top of the hour when a busy spa should have clients walking in and out. I sat outside watching the door for 45 minutes prior to see the traffic going in and out,not one person. Won't lie the second I walked and saw the age of the manager,I knew I would not take the job and I made sure I didn't get the offer. She lacked maturity and definitely does not have the work experience to effectively run a spa like it should.
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