Your new hires are the key to your future growth and success. The best way to keep a constant stream of them filling your salon is to own your own school, which also gives you an additional revenue stream.
Recruiting talent to help you grow into the future has always been a challenge, but it's even harder now with the tight labor market. Strategies' Neil Ducoff shares seven recruitment factors to reevaluate to strengthen your efforts.
Recruiting and hiring your salon's next generation of team members is perhaps your most important role in developing your long-term growth. Owner and Coach Evan Silver lends a helping hand by sharing his 7-step hiring process to help ensure you identify the best candidates for your cutlure.
With cosmetology schools and the students they graduate on the decline and competition for talent ramping up, salon owners are finding it increasingly more challenging to recruit and retain talent. That perfect storm is encouraging many salons to get creative when it comes to connecting with emerging talent while solidifying the cultures that keep new hires on staff long term.
As a recent panelist on SALON TODAY's webinar about different compensation models, Jen LeBlanc described how she manages a commission-based salon and a salon suite business, located in the same shopping plaza. Our listeners had more questions for LeBlanc than we had time for, so she graciously answers them here.
Getting employees to appreciate the importance of THE FUTURE with a 401K plan is the goal of Arik Efros, co-owner of the Eva Scrivo Salon. Efros outlines the importance of this perk and explains why many of the people in their NYC salon have already a nice bundle waiting for them upon retirement.