I have worked at massage envy location in CA for a little over 5 years. I absolutely love my clients and enjoy all our sessions together. My problem is the way they pay. You get paid either your wages or commission (unit pay) whichever is higher at the end of the pay period. So for example I work 36 hours a week and maybe see 10 people during that pay period I would get paid an hourly rate so that time spent with my client I don’t get paid my unit pay, just the hourly. It is a complete joke. So all that money just ends up going to the owner pockets. How is this legal?????? We should be paid for our time there and for when we see a client. They also tell the state lies to make sure people don’t get unemployment and if we forget to clock out for or 30 our manager goes in and manually changes our time clock to say we had taken a break. He is constantly doing this at the end of our pay period. I’m sure that’s not legal! Sometimes we get fully booked with four services in a row with no down time in between clients. I am constantly working on a full bladder and hungry stomach. The company does not care about you as a person or an employee. I am actively seeking a more rewarding place to work with management who wants to see you be successful and succeed. DO NOT work here…. EVER!
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