Successful Salon Management, 5th Edition
- Edward Tezak
- ISBN-10: 1562536796 | ISBN-13: 9781562536794
- 205 Pages
- Previous Editions: 1992, 1985
- © 2002 | Published
- College Bookstore Wholesale Price = $73.25
- Newer Edition Available
Successful Salon Management, 5th Edition, provides a comprehensive overview of salon ownership. From supplies and design to staffing and legal issues, this updated 5th edition is an excellent guide for the student and the professional alike. Written in easy to understand terms, the material addresses day-to-day operations of a salon. Aside from the obvious topics such as salon appearance and location, this text also addresses proper bookkeeping systems, labor laws, and salon policies and procedures. This material is current, unique and easily applicable.
Chapter1. Salon Types and Their Locations.
Chapter2. Types of Leases and Rent Agreements.
Chapter3. Permits, Public Utilities, and Insurance.
Chapter4. Financing the New Salon.
Chapter5. Decorating and Arranging the Reception Area.
Chapter6. Decorating and Arranging the Styling Area.
Chapter7. The Supply Room.
Chapter8. Salon Personnel.
Chapter9. Labor Related Laws.
Chapter10. Salon Operating Costs.
Chapter11. Salon Forms and Items for Record Keeping.
Chapter12. Use of Beauty Schools by Beauty Salons.
Chapter13. Salon Advertising.
Chapter14. Merchandising (Selling) in a Beauty Salon.
Chapter15. Key Points for Successful Salon Operation Reviewed.
Answers to Review Questions.
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ISBN-10: 1401875904 | ISBN-13: 9781401875909
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