➢ Fix salary 70€ /night
➢ Tips: 50%
➢ Drinks - Champagne: 20%.
➢ Dancers will be paid every Wednesday.
➢ Shows on stage: (3-5 shows per night. Two songs 7-8 minutes, topless.)
➢ Lapdances / Privatshows: 50% ( min 100 €, Two songs 7-8 minutes full nude.)
➢ The girls can not go out with clients or meet with them in free time. If the club find out that they have done it, they will be fired immediately. And in the club is not possibility to do anything sexual because is cameras everywhere.
➢ Depend on each experience.
DANCE WEAR CODE:
➢ Long dress, sexy, elegant, high heels, make up and hair in proper condition.
DANCERS SELECTION CRITERIA:
➢ To have minimum 18 years old.
➢ To have a bank account where to receive the weekly commission.
-Minimum level of English, French or German.
-Communicative, serious minded and ambitious
➢ The club has a no tolerance policy to prostitution and illicit drugs, and the club management and agency will not be held responsible for any bad or illegal behaviour by THE ARTIST, whether it is during or outside club hours.
LENGTH OF CONTRACT:
➢ Minimum stay period 4 week.
WHEN CAN YOU START:
➢ Once you have applied on our website and you have been selected, we will be able to tell you when there are available positions and we will send you the contract. Working with the agency is legal and safe and FREE.
➢ Free accommodation.
➢ The Dancer is responsible for her own travel.
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