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By Maxie Frericks, L.E.I., medical aesthetician at Velvet Day Spa | November 28, 2018
An employer often wants to hire someone that is an asset to their organization, someone that they can trust and will stay with them for the long-run. However, things are not like they used to be. Back in the day, an employee would be hired and could often be counted on to stay in their current job until ...


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By | October 25, 2007
... their previous employment: how or why did they leave, how did they feel about their previous co-workers and supervisor? So when you think you are ready to hire them, STOP. Let them know you will contact them. When you ‘settle’ for an applicant as an employee simply because you need a position filled, ...


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By | October 25, 2007
... their previous employment: how or why did they leave, how did they feel about their previous co-workers and supervisor? So when you think you are ready to hire them, STOP. Let them know you will contact them. When you ‘settle’ for an applicant as an employee simply because you need a position filled, ...


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By Linda Gulla | July 31, 2014
When young aestheticians start out in their new journey, the opportunities are endless as to the direction of their career. At first, newly licensed aestheticians are eager to begin their careers and experience the fulfillment of her learning. As their careers progress over time, these aestheticians ...


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By Mara Shorr | August 10, 2018
When today’s baby boomers first entered the workforce, and went on to take it over, employees came to their place of employment and, if all went as planned, stayed there for the duration of their career. This was, in essence, what was expected on both ends. The workforce has changed considerably ...


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By Charles Read, CEO of GetPayroll, and Devon Kirk, director of sales, marketing, and public relations at GetPayroll | May 17, 2018
As a small business owner, it can be both stressful and intimidating to conduct an interview. What questions should be asked? How much information should be given out about the business? Is a working interview allowed without paying the interviewee? These questions and more can make the process seem ...


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By Jaclyn Strausser, L.M.E. | October 24, 2017
Holiday seasons are a great opportunity to revamp and redirect focuses onto certain treatments and products in order to drum up extra sales, as well as keep clients engaged. During the holiday seasons, more people are on the prowl, scouring retail business trying to find unique gifts to give ...


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By Jeremy | August 19, 2016
Stemology recently announced the hiring of skilled industry veterans, Beverly Parsons and Aimee Allred Sprenger, for the brand's executive team. Parsons joins Stemology as the chief operations officer (COO) and Sprenger will fill the role of vice president of sales. Both women will provide business strategies, ...


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By Jeremy | June 21, 2016
"Being prepared almost always translates to success. I always have a list of questions and a copy of the candidate's resume in the room with me. I also like to thoroughly read their resume beforehand and try to tailor the questions I ask to their previous job or school experience. I always try to be ...


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By Kris Campbell | April 3, 2015
Kris Campbell, L.E., C.O.E., is brand manager and national educator of Tecniche® LLC, a skin care line dedicated to those with very sensitive skin caused by persistent health issues like cancer and diabetes or periodic issues like cosmetic irritation. Campbell trains on awareness and ingredients, writes ...


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By Jay Shorr, B.S., MBM-C, CAC I-V | January 26, 2015
As we start the process of preparing for our annual tax returns for our personal lives and professional businesses, we must always consider every possible opportunity to take advantage of all the legal tax-saving advantages in order to minimize our personal and business tax liability. It is never a fun ...


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By Linda Gulla, founder of the International Institute for the Advancement of Aesthetic Medicine | August 4, 2014
When young aestheticians start out in their new journey, the opportunities are endless as to the direction of their career. At first, newly licensed aestheticians are eager to begin their careers and experience the fulfillment of her learning. As their careers progress over time, these aestheticians ...


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By Mara Shorr, BS, CAC II-XIV and Jay A. Shorr, BA, MBM-C, CAC I-XIV | February 25, 2019
Let’s be honest for a moment. We have sorted through more than a thousand resumes in the past month alone. What is out there? Well, it is not pretty, folks! We have heard it all: “there’s no good help in Miami,” “it’s different here in New York,” “people don’t stay in jobs here in Houston like they ...


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By | March 2, 2012
Alexandra J. Zani is an international educator and speaker with a background in biology and medical technology. She holds an instructor license in cosmetology/aesthetics, is NCEA certified, and has received advanced certifications both in the U.S. and abroad in the dermal sciences, spa therapies, non-ablative ...


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By | October 25, 2007
by Denise R. Fuller Bosses! Just saying the word can send chills up one’s spine. Our direct supervisor is the one person who can be the biggest ally in our career or make our lives miserable. When it comes to employment, there will always be someone there who is the boss! The Cheerleader Some ...


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