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Employment 101: How to Recognize Bad Owners and Employment Scams in the Salon or...

...this more later. 2.) Ensure that the owner will classify you properly. Too many owners classify employees as “independent contractors.” Too many industry professionals do not have a clue what the...

Washington State Legislators Introduce Bills to Strike Down Non-Competes for Beauty Workers

...an entity engaging an independent contractor and an independent contractor. Does this mean that a salon owner can suddenly consider their employees “executive employees” to secure the validity of their...

The Salon Owner’s and Booth Renter’s Guide to Avoiding an IRS Audit

...most popular revelations this year are: “I’m not really an independent contractor?!” and “The IRS is auditing my business because I misclassified staff on accident!” A third contender is rising...

Employment Contracts: Non-Compete Agreements

...how I’m being classified? (booth renter, independent contractor, employee) Remember, if you are a booth renter or freelancing independent contractor, you’re a business owner yourself. You are INDEPENDENT. A non-compete...

How to Approach Your Salon Owner to Discuss Fair Employment Practices

...has you classified as an independent contractor but you want to be an employee, show her your projected income after self-employment taxes. Show her why the current system doesn’t benefit you...

What Not To Do: 11 Practical Things You Can Learn From Stupid Craigslist Ads

...and advertising “full-time independent contractor” positions–but of course, only if the applicant has “a full clientele.” It’s amateur hour all day long on Craigslist. It would be funnier if I...

Salon Ownership & Management: Are you prepared?

...are the state and federal recordkeeping, posting, and filing requirements? What is the difference between an employee and an independent contractor? What is the difference between an independent contractor and...

You’re Fired: How to Terminate a Salon Employee

...do I do? Isn’t that illegal?” Yeah, it’s likely illegal. If a salon owner tries to fire a misclassified “independent contractor,” they’re probably going to find themselves in serious legal...

Retaliation in the Salon: What To Do After “You’re Fired”

...law to have been employees. For example, if you were wrongfully classified by your employer as an independent contractor but were later determined to be an employee, you’re likely covered....

You’ve Been Served: What to Do When Your Boss Sues You

...was classified as an independent contractor. According to federal tax laws, non-compete agreements directly conflict with that independent classification. A business owner can’t restrict that IC’s ability to work at...

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