Let’s Get Together As salons become more focused on business, staff meetings have become standard operating procedure. SALON TODAY recently conducted a brief online survey of a sample of owners from our ProView Panel to learn more about your gathering preferences. Seventy-four owners participated. Here are the results: Aside from daily huddles, how often do you conduct regular formal staff meetings?
Multiple times per week: 1%
Once a week: 7%
Once every other week: 4%
Once a month: 45%
Once a quarter: 15%
As necessary: 26%
Never: 2 %
How long do your staff meetings last?
Less than one hour: 12%
One hour: 42%
A few hours: 27%
Full day: 0%
As necessary: 19%
Do you work up a full agenda beforehand and follow it during the meeting?
Is attending the formal staff meeting required for all staff members?
Is there an educational component to your formal staff meetings?
Who runs the formal staff meeting?
Salon owner: 85%
Salon manager: 8%
Salon coach: 1%
Department heads: 6%
Is there some kind of employee recognition/reward component to the meeting?
What time of day do you conduct your meetings?
Before opening hours: 58%
After hours: 28%
On a day when the salon is closed: 14%
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