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Massage Therapist-casual was asked...12 April 2015

If I am planning to relocate

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Hi my name is Imani Mckinnon and I wanted too know if you are looking for a Greeter? Less

I can't edit my review for some reason but I thought that would be fair to let you know at least in the comment that after that review came out I received a pay check for the training part from them. It also contained a gratuity part. It came by certified mail. So I am not sure if it was the HR mistake not to send it on time or I was actually supposed to come and pick it up as I had never been told how to get that check and had only been told I would receive it. I thought that would be mean of me to hide that part but yes, in the time of the original review I didn't have any check and didn't get any reply to message from them. Less

Massage Envy

How many massages can you do in a row?

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I do not have any experience in this Field

I can to do 9 massage

I said that I would have to see.

Great Wolf Lodge

What is something about yourself that you are working on? (ex. Attitude..)

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Business and Accounting

Being the best I can be

Not being hard on myself

Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa

None. Very straigh forward. They are just looking to fill a position and their standards aren't very high.

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This place is a disgrace to the industry. Therapist should not support a place that devalues their craft by paying so little. Their management knows nothing about massage and the business is run to make a lot of money off of your back. Know your worth and skip this interview. Find a job that respects all the hard work you do and your accomplishments in the field. Less

I've previously worked for this company in NJ and their managers are completely oblivious to how and what Massage Therapist's go through and all we must endure both mentally and physically Less

Same thing in Virginia. Customer pays $60, you get $15. Non-member customer pays $90, you get...$15. Zero action is taken to protect therapists from predatory clients, they simply move them around to keep the money coming in. Another fun thing was having broken or missing hot stone units yet you’d be asked to “just grab one from another room.” Nothing like sloshing around 25 pounds of metal filled with 140 degree water during the 3 minutes you have between clients. Less

Life Time

Have you ever worked with retail/commission goals before?

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Omni Hotels

Can you work weekends and evenings?

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Religious purposes

Yes. Saturday and Sundays from 5 to close

Yes, Saturday and Sunday 5 to clise5

Spa Lux

If im patient person ,and if i have good communication skills

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Yes im very patient and i have a good communication skills because it’s very important to explain to the people exactly what we provide Less

Yes with communication I can explain about the treatment and I can say about treatment centre. My communication skills (malayalam, English, Tamil,, hindi) Less

Massage Envy

1.Tell me a bit about yourself. 2. I know you have a license to practice massage, but where did you get your certificaitons? 3. How would you upsell a client and convince them to sign a membership and to buy product all in 50 minutes?

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1. Told my work history. 2. Told them certifications are not neccessary-that is what the license is. The license replaces certifications. 3. Be upfront with the client about if and what they need. Less

Not all schools are the same. Even within the same state differences in hours, modalities, and quality exist between schools. That is the difference between where you got you certifications (that which allowed you to receive your license aka the school you graduated from) and your state license. Less

Soothe Inc.

if I have my own car and if i'd be willing to drive

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i said yes i do and if i'm willing to work im willing to drive


Massage Envy

the spa manager asked: just how disabled are you? (i brought my mobility support dog with me to the interview).

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i told them that they're really not allowed to ask that, but i am considered 100% disabled and my dog is primarily to keep me from falling down. after i was hired, they put restrictions on my dog Less

As a massage therapist, how do you expect to do your job if you need a service dog to keep you from falling down? Also, they can't ask you what your disability is but they CAN ASK what service the animal provides. I think you are an idiot. Less

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