Salon De Christe' is pleased to announce that it has been selected as one of St. Louis’ Top Workplaces. Top Workplaces are selected based on employee surveys that measure company leadership, communication, career opportunities, working environment, managerial skills, pay, and benefits.
Description: Mary Lou Luter and Lynn and Bob Miller started Salon De Christé Mid Rivers in 1997. By the end of 1998 Salon De Christé topped $1 million in sales and had over 40 employees. In 1999, the salon experienced a 40 percent increase in business. In 2000 the salon was expanded from 4,000 square feet to 6,300 square feet. In December 2001, Salon De Christé St. Charles opened its doors, with Bob and Lynn teaming up with Lynn's brothers, Tim and Tom Luter. The company now has more than 100 highly trained employees at both locations.
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The St. Louis Post-Dispatch published the complete list of Top Workplaces on Sunday, June 28, 2015. For more information about the Top Workplaces lists and WorkplaceDynamics, please visit www.topworkplaces.com and www.workplacedynamics.com.
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