IN THIS ISSUE:
- Avoid the Inevitable Hairdresser Burnout byChristian Gaytan
There are many reasons why people leave the industry: a move, an injury, or a change in family structure. One of the most dangerous and often overlooked is burn out. It is a very real threat to our mental health and exercise behind the chair. It is important for us as hairdressers to find ways to keep things fresh and exciting. To stand the test of time requires a lot of creative problem solving. Here are few suggestions... read more>
- When a Good Worker Goes Bad by Jon Gonzales
"He seemed like the right choice when I hired him. Now he refuses to be part of my team or follow our salon's employee handbook and contribute to my salon's team culture. He is always the ring leader in negativity, salon gossip, and pettiness." You probably have faced this challenge at one time or another by one of your hairdressers who knowingly (or unknowingly) spread negativity throughout the salon or refuses to share your goals and vision. Do you fire him? The right answer may surprise you... read more>
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