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Losing a stylist at your salon doesn't just mean you'll have to adjust scheduling and start the search for a new hair guru. It could also mean the stylist who quit or was terminated moves to the salon down the street — or opens her own business — bringing her clients along with her and [...]
Calling a salon or spa a small business is like calling $250 shears “a pair of scissors” — it’s true, but there’s a lot more to it. Running a salon requires an eye for style and the knack for customer relationships. It also calls for the business savvy to keep it all working smoothly. With [...]
When should you hire an employee and when should you outsource work to a freelancer? The answer will affect how your business will grow and how it will spend money.
Employee training can be costly and time-consuming. But these 6 tips can help you speed up training and save some money in the process.
Misclassifying independent contractors as employees can lead to IRS fines and penalties. Here's what you need to know to protect your business.
Small businesses can face fines and penalties for misclassifying independent contractors as employees, and vice versa. Know the rules to protect your company.
With the number of freelance workers on the rise, more and more companies are hiring independent contractors. Here's what you need to know about contractors.
When hiring new workers, you have a few options. From employees, contractors, temps and more, here's your list of the types of workers you can add to your team.