23 Mar We’re in this together.
To our partners, service providers, vendors, family, and friends,
We have seen you through challenging times and have shared in times of growth and success. We have also witnessed your resilience time and time again.
So while the future of our day-to-day business is instantly changing during an uncertain time we want you to know: we will get through this together. The beauty industry is a community that is more like family, and it is our belief that our beauty family will survive and we will be better off in the end.
It is no secret that our industry is being drastically impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. Salon and spa owners everywhere have instantly been hit with an unpredictable future. We may not be able to provide all of the answers, but we are here to support and guide our beauty industry family as best we can. We’ve collected the following information to share with all of you.
If you are a partner salon and have advice or questions for our team we encourage you to email your BDM or email us as email@example.com
Professional Beauty Association
To help support the industry during this critical time, PBA is offering a complimentary PBA Preferred Membership* (A $50 value) for licensed professionals and non-licensed salon employees. With a Preferred Membership you’ll gain access to the insurance marketplace, receive the latest industry news and updates and so much more. PBA has a resource center with tons of education and critical information that will help guide you during this time. Click here to access the link for free membership.
*Membership must be activated by April 15, 2020.
United Way | 211 Program
The United Way 211 program helps to support people in crisis in several ways. This organization provides information on food assistance, shelter and housing, and utility assistance. Visit 221.org and enter your area code to be connected with someone local to your area who can help provide assistance during your time in need.
Team at Andis has compiled several comprehensive lists and resources to support our industry. From unemployment information to the better sanitation guides, all of this information can be found in the links below:
How to communicate you’re still open
CDC Approved Sanitation Practices
One of the industry’s leading point of sale software’s has dedicated an entire section of their website with information about Covid-19, staff management, and next steps. Click here to read the information available by Phorest.
Many states have amended unemployment restrictions and guidelines to help our industry. If you are facing loss wages or have been unemployed please check with your state’s labor department to see how they can assist you.