Between the surge in demand for services and The Great Resignation, talent acquisition in the salon industry is a bigger challenge than ever before. It's time to change your recruitment strategy, and BeautyBackbone's Karla Lopez-Martinez is here to help.
Within the past five years, diversity and inclusion have been the main drivers of organizational training, politics and community engagement. But diversity is much more than a buzzword; it propels innovation and problem solving, and leads to higher performing teams. In his new book, CJ Gross provides strategies that help class-migrants transform from undervalued employees to respected leaders, while helping organizations understand the impact of diversity on productivity, turnover and revenue.
In Sarasota, Florida, Cutting Loose Salon gathers local salon owners and schools to discuss how schools can best prepare students to work in salons and how salons can better reach prospective new team members.
With the era of the Great Resignation, salon and spa owners are just as concerned about recruiting and retaining great talent as they are new clients. Zenoti's Sudheer Koneru offers five strategies for improving the employee experience and reducing turnover.
As the head of human resources for the 7-location Lords and Ladies Salon and Med Spa, it's Ashley Rivera's job to bring new talent into the organization. In an interview with SALON TODAY, she shares the strategies and tools she uses to find the right fit.
There's a shortage of willing workers. Work ethic isn't what it used to be. In a provocative, thought-leader piece, Boulevard's Shanalie Wijesinghe addresses some common misconceptions about your ability to recruit and retain your team members.
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.