Working at Massage Envy

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  • Appreciation
    3.2
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  • Learning and Development
    3.3
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  • Manager Relationship
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  • Pay Policy
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Massage Envy Reviews

What is it like working at Massage Envy?

May 2019
"I like to consider my job easy enough that it isn’t stressful, but challenging enough that it isn’t mundane."
Front Desk Manager in Bend:
Pros: Independence
Cons: Lack of communication
February 2020
"High energy, much expected, clean facility wash sheets etc."
Massage Therapist in Gulf Shores:
Pros: location, co-workers
Cons: Low pay and lack of benefts, paid days sick, vacation etc, no acceptable raises
January 2019
"Be the best you can be."
Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) in Seattle:
Pros: Freedom to work the hours I want
Cons: Low pay no retirement options
February 2019
"I feel like a robot and a number."
Massage Therapist in Birmingham:
Pros: It's a clean and safe environment to work in with consistent work and decent pay.
Cons: The pay is uneven, the raises are discriminatory toward people who cannot work full time. There aren't any benefits offered to part-time employees nor paid time off. To take off from work, you have to find people to cover your shift and pick up shifts without any choice. There is barely any employee recognition, no growth within the company, and a lack of comradery amongst some of the employees at some of the clinics.
February 2019
Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT):
Like any other cookie cutter run franchise , constantly going thru different managers and often overbooked meaning that when I worked there the establishment closed at ten so going by company protocol giving every client their full time I wouls on a regular basis be leaving there after 11pm and employee reviews for adequate raises are too far n few inbetween.
March 2019
"Very Satifying and grateful."
Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) in Summerville:
Pros: Working relationship with my clients
Cons: The no time in between clients
January 2019
"Stressful."
Operations Manager in Boston:
Pros: coworkers
Cons: pay
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