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Where Will It All Go?

July 17, 2014  | 

Maggie needs to figure out how to add staff members without overcrowding her 300-square-foot salon.

Keywords: hiring nail technicians  

This Boss Stuff

May 2, 2014  | 

Maggie is finding that being a boss is a learning experience.

Keywords: employee issues   hiring nail technicians  

Help Students Create Impressive Resumes Fresh Out of School

August 27, 2013  | Article

Don’t overlook experiences in the school-affiliated salon and extracurricular activities, experts advise.

Keywords: career handbook   cosmetology schools   creating a portfolio   finding a job   hiring nail technicians  

When a Tech Leaves Your Team

May 28, 2013  | Article

You hired her, trained her, helped fill her book, and now she’s leaving the salon. What will you tell the clients?

Keywords: client issues   client relationships   hiring nail technicians   nail technician   team-building  

Why a Professional Portfolio Matters (And How to Create One)

February 12, 2013  | Article

Nail tech Kimberly Martin impressed interviewers with a book that showed off her skill range. Now she uses it to show clients what she can do.

Keywords: creating a portfolio   hiring nail technicians   interview skills  

Nail Tech Turns Employment Specialist

March 5, 2012  | Article

Amy Davis recently founded NEMCEA, the Nails, Esthetics, Massage & Cosmetology Employment Agency.

Keywords: hiring nail technicians   recruiting   South Carolina  

Interview Rule #1: Don’t Stink

January 24, 2012  | Article

Simple mistakes can cost you a new job, according to Patricia D. Sadar, a 20-year veteran of human resources management and author of Congratulations…You Aced the Interview and Congratulations…You’re Hired. Here are some tips from Sadar to acing your interview.

Keywords: finding a job   hiring nail technicians   interview skills  

The Right Person for the Job

November 16, 2011  | Article

One of the most important decisions you make as a salon owner is the staff you hire. Do you have a system in place to make sure you’re hiring the right person?

Keywords: finding/retaining staff   hiring nail technicians   owner issues  

Q&A: Alisha Rimando Botero

August 19, 2011  | Article

You might recognize the name Alisha Rimando from her many years on the competition circuit and as a much-sought-after international educator. Well now she’s married and working at Red Door Spas as the national training director of nail services. And she’s looking for more than a few good techs to join her. 

Keywords: Connecticut   hiring nail technicians   New York   salon profiles  

On The Road: DC-MD-VA

July 21, 2011  | Article

When visiting the Washington D.C. metropolitan area, we couldn’t just stop at just one salon since we don’t get over that way too often. Follow along as we discover unique salons in D.C., central Maryland, and northern Virginia.

Keywords: children's services   hiring nail technicians   Maisie Dunbar   Maryland   On the Road  

How to Ace Your Salon Job Interview

June 7, 2011  | Article

Here are some pieces of advice on how to put together your portfolio, what to say during your interview, what to bring and what to wear, plus where to look for salon jobs.

Keywords: career handbook   creating a portfolio   finding a job   hiring nail technicians   interview skills  

"I Would Have Done It Differently"

November 1, 2009  | Article

Current and former salon owners share their personal insights on the things they would go back and change, if only they could.

Keywords: business   commissions   hiring nail technicians   manufacturers educators   opening a new salon  

Help Wanted? Put It in a Postcard

September 1, 2008  | Article

“The award-winning M&M Nails and Wellness Center is currently holding auditions for a dream team member,” reads salon owner Maisie Dunbar’s recruitment postcard. “I send it out to schools as well as names I get from beauty business search engines,” she says.

Keywords: hiring nail technicians   Maisie Dunbar   marketing/promotions   recruiting  

Blueprint of a First Year [Installment #2]

June 1, 2007  | Article

Opening your first salon can be the most exciting time of your life — and the most challenging. Follow along as salon owner blogger Robbie Schaeffer applies for construction permits, decides of design details, and starts the hiring process.

Keywords: hiring nail technicians   opening a new salon   OPI products   salon decor/design  

50+ Places to Find New Techs

March 1, 2007  | Article

According to a NAILS’ survey, almost one in five salon owners has turned away clients because the salon lacks an adequate number of nail techs. But with a little creativity, it’s possible to reach out to candidates inside and outside the beauty industry and attract a new crop of recruits to the profession.

Keywords: finding/retaining staff   hiring nail technicians   recruiting  
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