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How to Get Hired at ANY Salon With No Clientele (Even if You’re a...

...establishment’s policy cover you as well? Independent Contractors: Do they realize what an independent contractor is? Will you be required to sign a non-compete? How are your existing clients or...

Illegal Practices: It’s time to talk about GlamSquad.

...hoping you don’t get caught. EDITED TO INCLUDE: After posting this article, I’ve been contacted by several current and ex-GlamSquad workers who believe they’re misclassified as independent contractors. Apparently, GlamSquad:...

How We’re Killing the Professional Beauty Industry

...70% of nail techs) are classified as “independent contractors,” but are highly unlikely to actually be operating as legitimately self-employed (more than 80% of the time, the DOL finds they’re...

Salon Horror Stories: “My boss was grooming me for prostitution.”

...father the spa owner paid me “under the table” and that I was considered an “independent contractor,” he became alarmed and advised me to ask the owner for my 1099...

Exploitation Exposed: 8 Shameless Salon Practices That Aren’t Legal

...commercial evictions. 5.) An “independent contractor” is self-employed. They are not employees. Know the difference. Independent contractors do not work a schedule. They don’t adhere to a dress code. They...

Washington State SB 5326: What does it mean for booth rental?

...barbers. RCW 82.04.360 is a further clarification of the exemptions applied to independent contractors and booth renters. Basically it says, “Booth renters are independent contractors for the purposes of this...

Ask A [Salon] Manager

...wage and overtime obligations by requiring their staff to be “independent contractors.” Unless you are a booth renter, operating your own business independent of ANY employer control–you are not independent....

[AASM] Greedy Salon Owners: How Can They Take 50% of MY Money?

...employee–not an independent contractor) and you’re being compensated at least the prevailing minimum wage when your paycheck is divided by the total hours you’ve worked in the pay period, then...

Wage Theft: What it is and what you can do about it.

...paycheck as punishment (for tardiness or service re-dos)? Have you ever been classified as an “independent contractor” but were forced to work the owner’s schedule, follow their service protocols, adhere...

[AASM] Professional Crisis: Who do the clients belong to?

...their employer—you’re their landlord. If the employee was a “1099” or “independent contractor,” there’s a damn good chance you weren’t using the classification appropriately. If you choose to sue a...

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