Salon Employment Contracts
Hair Salon Marketing: Staffing Nightmares Can Be Overcome by Using Employment Contracts
Many Salon Owners have said to me “In hindsight, I wish I had used a contract then none of those issues would have occurred”.
It is the only way forward for a salon, which is looking to go to the next level. If you are looking for highly skilled staff, regardless whether they are full time or casual you still need to set the foundations for a good working relationship with new and existing staff. Salon Marketing Kits
Salon Marketing Ideas: Problems When Rritten Contracts are Not Used
Eliminate ambiguities for casual and full-time staff. Get it all down in writing so everyone is clear on their job expectations.
- They have more freedom to steal your clients
- No standards can be set or expected Stylist walks out at short notice
- Absolutely no commitment or accountability
- They walk out at short notice leaving you in a dilemma
- Absolutely no commitment or accountability Salon Rules (that’s a big topic, don’t get me started on this one)
Salon Marketing Ideas: Benefits When Written Contracts Used
- You will get the cream of Salon Staff
- Employee Satisfaction
- Employee will feel more wanted and will be more loyal
- Less discrimination issues
- As a Salon Owner your work will be reduced considerably with this in force
A confidentiality clauses in the event of them ‘stealing your clients’ – remember staff members will be allowed to view all your sensitive information on your customers.
A caveat that would deter your employee from starting a business in the next street (Please check to make sure that this is legal in your country/state of operation.
In fact you can add what you wish into the contract as long as it is not unreasonable. If and when issues arise, you then have a fallback position to resolving the issue. Beauty Salon Marketing
Having Employment contracts will allow you to leverage your Salon to obtain and get the best staff on the market. Staff are looking for some kind of security whether it is casual or full time.
The minute you talk about considering providing them with a contract you will see immediately.
If this potential staff member should be part of your team.
We have taken all the pain out of preparing these for your Staff, all you have to do is copy and it is ready to go.