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Empty Nest Syndrome

July 29, 2014  | Blog Post

Maggie’s newbie employee has left and now she needs to find a replacement.

Keywords: employee management  

I Owe Ya One

July 16, 2014  | Blog Post

Maggie is reorganizing now that Baby Bird has given notice.

Keywords: employee management  

In a Perfect World

June 6, 2014  | Blog Post

Maggie mulls the pros and cons of the minimum wage regulations.

Keywords: employee management   money management  

This Boss Stuff

May 2, 2014  | Blog Post

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

Keywords: employee management   hiring nail technicians  

Finding Time

April 23, 2014  | Blog Post

Maggie is discovering it takes time to train a new employee.

Keywords: employee management   recruiting/hiring/retaining staff  

So I Chose to Hire …

April 4, 2014  | Blog Post

After nearly 22 years of working in the salon industry, I have had plenty of opportunity to draw my own conclusions about the prevalence of booth rent.

Keywords: booth rental   employee management  

If It Ain’t Broke...

April 2, 2014  | Blog Post

Henchman Kristen was supposed to officially start yesterday — April 1. But last-minute set-up needs, and a flurry of paperwork and worker classification and compensation research has me in a panic.

Keywords: employee management  

We’re Number 49 — And That’s Good

April 2, 2014  | News

Nail technician ranked number 49 on U.S. News’ Best Jobs of 2014 list.

Keywords: employee management   nail technician  

What Other People [Think They] Know

March 26, 2014  | Blog Post

Yes, I am coming to understand the reasons small business owners avoid hiring employees. On the other hand, I’m also finding that it’s neither as expensive nor as intimidating as some business owners would lead you to believe.

Keywords: employee management  

What’s the Biggest Obstacle to Your Success?

January 15, 2014  | Article

While you’re looking for the perfect tech, the perfect tech is looking for the perfect salon! Know what makes your salon great so you can set yourself apart from other spas. How do you advertise? What’s your reputation in town? Do you have a niche clientele? Do you pay for and attend networking events/shows/training classes? Do you offer staff team-building opportunities — even if it’s a casual get-together one night a month? What benefits do you offer?

Keywords: economy   employee management   keeping your business competitive   recruiting   retailing  

Misclassification: The Ultimate Nightmare

December 22, 2013  | Article

It is a true, life-changing story that can easily happen to anyone who is not classifying salon personnel correctly in the eyes of the government. You probably think you know the rules about employment classifications, but you’re probably wrong.

Keywords: booth rental   employee management   IRS   Ken Cassidy   taxes  

5 Group Projects to Spur Teamwork

December 2, 2013  | Article

Prepare your students for the real world by engaging them with their classmates.

Keywords: cosmetology schools   employee management   full-service salons  

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   employee management   hiring nail technicians   nail technician  

Going By The Book

March 13, 2013  | Blog Post

We as a salon started going through the book “Over the Top” by Michael Cole this January. We had our monthly staff meeting yesterday morning and we are doing one chapter a month as a full

Keywords: clients   employee management   Sandy Combs  

worker’s compensation

November 20, 2012  | Encyclopedia

System established under state law that provides payments, without regard to fault, to employees injured in the course and scope of their employment.

Keywords: booth rental   Business   employee management   recruiting/hiring/retaining staff  


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