Human Resources and Employment Law: Are You Missing Something?

Many thanks to all who participated in last month’s PBA poll on HR/Employment Law. This is a topic that business owners take seriously and two-thirds of respondents seek professional advice when navigating this challenging environment. Yet, despite caution and expert consultation, half of survey participants…

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Government Advocate Fights For Education Reform in Georgia: Q&A With Tamara Johnson

Licensed nail technician, 17-year industry veteran and founder and director of the Georgia Advocacy of Concerned Beauty Professionals (GACBP) Tamara Johnson isn’t laying down when it comes to protecting the industry she loves. Recognizing issues in the oversight and regulation of continuing education for licensed…

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PBA Member Turns Advocacy Into Action: Q&A With Pam New

When it comes to fighting legislation that affects the beauty industry and your career, talking just isn’t enough. PBA government affairs advocate, salon owner and 39-year industry veteran Pam New embodies the idea that one person can make a difference.  Deeply involved in the legislative…

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Creating A Culture That Fits Your Company

A recent Professional Beauty Association (PBA) poll to gauge the challenges of creating and living with, or without, a Company Culture (see poll results) indicates that 96.4% of respondents feel that every company should have a culture that defines and sets it apart. When it…

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Company Culture Survey Respondents Share Best Practices

Many thanks to all who participated in last month’s PBA poll on Company Culture. It is clear from the responses that you have a lot to say on this topic, and many thoughtful and candid comments were shared by a majority of those taking the…

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