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No Gossip Policy Starts With Definition

Inspired by an idea in Dave Ramsey's book Entreleadership, Heather Mogel instituted a no-gossip policy in her salon.

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How to Build Salon Culture

Young Nails' Habib Salo and business expert Maribel Lara discuss how to build a salon culture that will keep nail techs in your salon.

Proposed California Law Fails to Exempt Nail and Skin Care Professionals From Booth Rental Restrictions

Under proposed legislation, only hair service providers would be exempted from new independent contractor guidelines that severely limit booth rental in California.

Staff Reaps the Rewards of Community Service

Staff members at J.Nicolle Salon & Spa can take a paid day off to donate thier time to a charity close to their heart.

California Nail Salon Fined $1.2 million for Misclassifying Workers

Temecula, Calif.-based Young’s Nail Spa was fined more than $1.2 million for misclassifying workers and failing to pay them regular wages.

Calif. Supreme Court Decision May Affect Booth Rental Salons

A new California Supreme Court decision has strengthened the distinctions between independent contractor and employee, meaning the vast majority of salons will no longer be able to claim independent contractor status for their workers.

Longtime Salon Staffers Rewarded With Sabbaticals

Stefanie Fox Jackson, owner of Canvas Salon in Powell, Ohio, instituted a sabbatical program for stylists who hit the seven-year mark at her salon.

Acting Independently Is Key to Independent Contractor Status

Attorney Nancy Joerg of labor and employment law firm Wessels Sherman gives some tips for salon owners hiring independent contractors to avoid labor disputes.

On My Mind: This is a Team Sport

I have learned almost everything I know about being part of a team from working here at NAILS.

New York Salons Must Pay $2 Million in Back Wages

Governor Cuomo announces at least $2 million will be paid to nail techs for failure to pay earned wages and worker violations.