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Solving the Beauty Industry’s Accountability Problem

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...$13,225 of my wages for “product costs” (in violation of state law 38.3948), misclassified myself and my coworkers as independent contractors when we are very clearly employees (in violation of...

How to Plan for Home and Mobile Salon Success

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...money to have a contractor build out a new entrance and separate the salon space from the home space with a permanent wall. Treating it Like a Business For people...

[AASM] “Are labor law posters required in salons?”

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...of others depending on the circumstances, the state, and the organization itself. The salon may be exempted from some posters (for example: FMLA posters, USERRA posters, federal contractor/subcontractor posters), but...

Disabilities in the Salon: What You Need to Know About Reasonable Accommodation

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...being said, just because they can’t be faulted for the manager’s independent failures in judgement doesn’t mean they can’t be held legally responsible for them. If you view the EEOC’s...

Marinello Schools of Beauty Funding Pulled Amid Fraud Allegations

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...sign up for the Parkridge program through them. When questioned about the program during the review, Marinello officials assured the Department that the Parkridge program was legitimate and independent from...

Bring the Competition to You: Salon Competitions

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...with models and photographers for fun collaborations. This expands your salon’s network considerably and allows local independent artists to showcase their own talents in exchange for prizes, professional portfolio images,...

The Reset: A documentary about “the beauty industry.”

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...BUSINESS MODELS “Hairdressers are becoming more independent, and they’re moving increasingly towards a non-commission business model.” I completely agree with Kathy Hawken, State Representative of North Dakota. While some professionals...

10 Reasons Why Your Employees Keep Quitting

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...simply incompatible with your salon’s culture. Many beauty workers are intensely independent and/or too ambitious to remain employed for very long. Their reasons for resigning typically aren’t preventable and have...

Booth Renters: Be Your Own Boss

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...eat it too.” They want to classify you as independent but treat you like an employee. That’s old news. Something I don’t talk about often is about how some renters...

AASM: “Can salon owners dictate who your clients are?”

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...not. If you’re a renter, then you’re a commercial tenant operating your own independent business. In that arrangement, the salon owner functions as your landlord and generally cannot dictate how...

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