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Hand and Stone Massage and Facial Spa

InHerSight Score

Score based on 618 ratings from 42 participants

2.6

 
Personal Development

Personal Development

2.5
Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

3.3
Family Support

Family Support

2.2
Female Representation in Leadership
4.0
Management Opportunities for Women
3.8
Equal Opportunities for Women and Men
3.5
The People You Work With
3.4
Flexible Work Hours
3.2
Learning Opportunities
2.9
Overall Satisfaction
2.9
Employer Responsiveness
2.6
Salary Satisfaction
2.2
Maternity and Adoptive Leave
2.0
Paid Time Off
2.0
Social Activities and Environment
2.0
Sponsorship or Mentorship Program
2.0
Family Growth Support
1.7
Wellness Initiatives
1.6
Ability to Telecommute
1.6

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The owner is a horrible person who does not know how to run a business and she does things impulsively without notice and it severely effects the employees.

Indifferent Rater

This is a good job just to ride you over. I started here while finishing up school and they were able to fully accommodate my school schedule and knew that it was my priority. Lots of down time between clients and they allowed me to work on assignments for school as long as i finished all tasks, which were very simple. Once I finished I bumped myself to full time to work while I am looking for something else. Not a lot of room for advancement- I’m a great employee (not self-assessed, rather all coworkers come to me if They need anything) and even though my customer service skills are great, if you are not pulling in numbers by selling memberships, you don’t have much wiggle room. I had inquired about being manager when they needed one and was shot down nicely because my numbers were not good enough for them, even though all of my coworkers agreed and WANTED me to be manager.

In short, no numbers no advancement, decent pay but not well enough to live on. Good first job especially if you don’t want to work retail or you want to get out of retail.

Indifferent Rater

Owners are not familiar with the industry at all. They don’t realize their employees are the back bone of their business. They are biased and play favorites. Their “Lead” Esthetician’s water in the steamer looks like swamp water and the owners are oblivious to the numerous state board violations in the Spa. Hard work and dedication are not recognized at all. They should have purchased a Jack In The Box.

Very Unsatisfied Rater

No benefits, no chance of promotion. Pay is on a tier scale, based on number of requests, and tops out at $19.40 per hour of massage. So one month you may be making 19.40, but if business gets slow, you'll get knocked back down to 16.40. Owners expect therapists to work off the clock. Owners also over staff, we will have 20 therapists in any one shift when we only have 6 rooms.

Very Unsatisfied Rater

Would not reprimand male therapist for sexual harassment and overly sexual massages to client.

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