Japanese Hair salon in Singapore <Hair Salon MICHAELA in Singapore>
What is a receptionist?
Date : 13/04/2020 18:04
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staff : Clara
Hello, this is Clara, the receptionist of Hair Salon Tokyo MICHAELA.
Yesterday I shared about the main duties a receptionist goes through. Today's topic will be about what it takes to being a receptionist in a hair salon.
For the past month we have had a number of applicants who were applying for the part-time receptionist position.
I once said this in 2017 "I would always look forward to each new day with enthusiasm. For all the changes old and new I’ve gone through, each day is never the same where new ideas and new challenges are presented." I personally want to bookmark this as it brings a sense of spirit.
Recently I read that a receptionist plays a vital role in the salon as with the salon owner. The level of thinking has to be in-lined with the salon's vision and the core values of the team which is true, as receptionists can be considered as cornerstones of the team that runs the salon.
Work can just be work but it is never the same without improvements.
Salon management itself, is a wide array of duties ranging from the back end to the front line services and being a frontline employee is a constant activity that runs round the clock with duties lined up one another, one can tell be able to pinpoint in areas lacking and also to mention new areas that could be explored.
It requires a great deal of tenacity, attention, patience and meticulous effort as a team player as well as a heart and passion for customer service. Naturally, the joys of being in this line lies with the direct contact with customers. The time dedicated for customers amidst all other matters is what being a receptionist is.
As I said in my profile, I still do believe that in MICHAELA that the experience is more than just getting the hair done.
That's all for now. Till next time!
P.S. This post goes out to interested applicants, if it seems befitting for you I extend my warm invitation to apply. To the others, thank you for reading.
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