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Don't Burn Bridges

Holding a grudge against a former team member might make you miss a valuable opportunity. These owners know rehiring can be an impactful recruitment strategy that further strengthens your culture.

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Sam Brocato Salon Lures New Recruits with Team Testimonial Video

A microphone, a ring light, an iPhone and your team. That's all you need to make a recruitment video like Sam Brocato Salon did to lure in the next wave of new hires.

How Floyd's 99 Barbershop is Prepping for Growth in the Year Ahead

Beauty industry heavyweight Phil Horvath joins the well-known haircutting chain as president, and discusses the history of the chain, how it fared through the pandemic and what he's focusing on to prepare the company for growth in an exclusive video interview with SALON TODAY.

Why Schools Are the Key to Recruiting & Retaining Stylists

As part of SALON TODAY’s Burning Questions series, Jill Krahn with Salon Professional Education Company offers a strategic key to retaining stylists and their clients.

How to Keep Morale High & Cultivate a Committed Salon

In these emotionally heavy times, you want your team to feel like they’re thriving – not just surviving. Empowering You Consulting’s Amy Carter tackles the question of how to keep spirits high in your salon.

5 Strategies for Recruiting in Good Times & Bad

As part of our Burning Questions series, Neil Ducoff of Strategies provides staff recruitment and retention solutions that work in pandemic times and beyond.

Preserving Profitability When Staff Members Leave

As part of our Burning Questions series, Eurisko's Dr. Leon Alexander tackles the sensitive issue of staff not returning or leaving for rental, and how to keep these vagrancies from impacting a salon's profitability.

Creating Community in a Commissioned-Based Salon

Owner Rachelle Yarnell offers three key factors in building community on a salon team.

Opening a Salon and Building a Culture Amid a Pandemic

When Mark DeBolt and Ryan Trygstad opened their new Manhattan salon this spring, they hadn't factored in a pandemic. They wisely used the time when they couldn't open to alter their salon design to adapt to new protocols, build their communication strategy and grow their culture with their new team.

Sustainability in the Salon: More Important Than Ever

The demand for beauty products that are clean, ethically sourced and sustainable has not slowed during our current COVID-19 global crisis. If anything, the need to operate a sustainable business translates into being a more resilient business.  

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