Hairstylist for Regis (Ancien employé) – Regis Hamilton, ON – 26 juillet 2019
I was just reading and when I read opportunities to move to our Brands.... and read "REGIS" I as a former REGIS eemployee. I can promise you that your pay will never reflect your hard work. You will be paid minimum wage rely on your tips because trying to achieve commission is impossible. With Regis it is a 60/40 split.
In one month I brought in 7,400.00, my paycheque for the entire month was 2,960. How frigging discouraging.
Working 6 days a week at 40 hours per week =160 hours per month my pay was 18.50 per hour I killed myself to reach that level of commission. And not all clients tip.
So I quit and opened my own business. I DID loose all my clients but remember when you are a good/excellent stylist people don't forget you or your face.
Hair stylist (Ancien employé) – Fredericton, NB – 18 juillet 2019
Getting paid min wage isnt great. They want you to take a certain amount if time with each client making if hard to make commission. But if u are fast and say screw the timing rules you'll be fine pay wise. You have to work till close every day if you arent a favorite employee. And only the manager and the receptionist have Saturdays off.
Stylist (Employé actuel) – New Brunswick – 16 mai 2019
Overall a TERRIBLE place to work. This company starts you at minimum wage with no hourly raise only commission raises which are impossible to get. I’ve worked for this company for almost a year (to long) and didn’t see a single raise or incentive to work up to a raise. Nor did I ever reach commission. Over the course of 7 months 5 people had quit one of them being the manager, we went 2 months without a manager and there was only 8 of us working there to begin with. And aside from being short staffed the company decided to CUT 10 hours each a week, with no explanation. Also expect to get paid “semi monthly” the company has no set days on when you get paid it’s “up to 5 business days after the 1st and up to 5 after the 15th” making it extremely hard to commission on a 15 day stretch and even harder to manage bills. Upon getting hired I was promised easy raises and a “$2,000 hire in bounds” that I never received and I was also promised education that I’ve never got. Also the company isn’t 100% owned by the beautiful group it is still partially owned by Regis Corp. Regis still sends the product for retail and back bar and they have decided overall to stop sending product. Our salon hasn’t Received a shipment sense January and it is now almost June. And the upper management forces the salon to be open 12 hours a day 6 days a week including Saturday so be prepared to work every single Saturday night. I could go on for days about why no one should work for this company. I am a relatively new stylist and there have been days where this company makes me not even want to continueplus... to do what I love doing.moins