Attracting great clients means offering great incentives… so what does that mean when you do (or don’t) offer insurance? It’s obvious that the new generation of stylists are coming up strong and getting guidance to seek employment with health benefits. I hear from some that having an insurance policy is pricey and not sought out but what IF it does mean attracting better talent? Then it would all be relative. Better talent means loyal employees, loyal clients and price increases for overflows in booking. Then the cost for insurance is justified and paid for. Salon Today Magazine takes on this interesting topic and reveals several options in providing a benefit policy. So, attracts new clients? Or a waste of money? What do you think?
Check out Salon Today’s article here.