An Unfortunate Situation
While no one can argue that Scandals has had its fair share of problems, the company has perservered and has continued to offer stylists, massage therapists, estheticians and nail artists a place to grow their careers. It is unfortunate that while we all share a passion for the salon and spa industry, there are some that would set out to sabotage the careers of others because of a grudge that is held against ownership or management of a former employer.
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With a hair department that has a combined
The fact of the matter is, some of those "wonderful people" that were former friends and co-workers, deserve the chance to build a career for themselves at Scandals Day Spa, as others have been allowed in the past. No matter your thoughts on current owners or managers of the company, the careers of those still employed at Scandals Day Spa shouldn't be jeopardized.
I sincerely wish that those no longer working at Scandals Day Spa, no matter the reason, experience nothing but success in the future, and I only hope that they are now able to allow those still employed at Scandals, to experience the success that they deserve as well.
As for the concern regarding our "new and inexperienced" employees, I would like to point out that in our Esthetics department, we have a combined 29 years of experience in the industry, in the Nail Department, 37 years of experience, in the hair department, 20 years of experience and in the Massage department, over 12 years of experience. I hope this gives those that question the capabilities of the current staff at Scandals some ease that we are more than experienced and trained to handle all of your beauty needs.