From the Great Resignation to Quiet Quitting, the phenomenon of losing top talent is all around us. In 2018, more than 3.6 million Americans quit their jobs. In 2021, that number rose to more than 4.2 million.
We have seen this trend consistently over the past few years, and it has been predicted that it will continue going into the recession. And, it’s an issue that deeply impacts our industry.
Ronit Enos, the founder of Salon Cadence and the author of Profit First for Salons, has the key to building a rockstar team who sticks around, and she is rooted in helping owners shift your team members’ mindset from the job to the journey. She’ll join us at Data-Driven Salon Summit, April 23-24, in Nashville, Tennessee, with an insightful and dynamic presentation that will outline how business owners can attract top talent, pour into each employee’s development, and ultimately build a lifelong employee.
Owners will walk out of the presentation with a customizable system for their onboarding journey, so they can start attracting and keeping top talent.
Before she takes the stage, Enos shared a sample from her presentation with SALON TODAY’s Stacey Soble:
Join us in Nashville at Data-Driven Salon Summit and learn how your data can point you toward new opportunities for growth, visit datadrivensalon.com to see the agenda and purchase tickets!
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