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Nov
01
2013

The Little Esthetician That Could

The Little Esthetician That Could
By: Regina M. Tucker

By discussing professional goals and integrating them, you are adding value to team members' overall employment experience.

Nov
01
2013

Register for the Repeĉhage Annual Network Power Lunch—Champagne Brunch

Repeĉhage Annual Network Power Lunch—Champagne Brunch

December 9, 2013 from 11AM–4PM Repêchage will be holding the annual Network Power Lunch—Champagne Brunch.

Oct
02
2013

Is Your Work Environment Healthy for Your Estheticians?

Is Your Work Environment Healthy for Your Estheticians?
By: Lydia Sarfati

There are measures that can be taken in order to make sure your facility is using the most beneficial equipment for both yourself and your clients.

Oct
01
2013

Establishing Social Media Guidelines in Your Spa

Establishing Social Media Guidelines in Your Spa
By: Gordon Miller

Social media use can be a big issue, especially when it comes to your company's brand positioning and message.

Sep
03
2013

Caught In the Act—When Management Falls Short

Gossiping
By: Regina M. Tucker

Don't let small daily transgressions create a wedge of resentment between you and your team.

Aug
30
2013

10 Things You Can Do to Recruit and Hire New Talent

10 Things You Can Do to Recruit and Hire New Talent
By: Deedee Crossett

Now is a fantastic time to build your team for the busy holiday season.

Jul
31
2013

Understanding and Minimizing Bad Habits

Bad habits
By: Gordon Miller

Are you taking the steps necessary to identify and address bad habits in a way that maximizes performance and growth?

Jul
31
2013

10 Ways to Go Global Right Now!

Go global
By: Deedee Crossett

Going global isn't as complication as you might think.

Jul
01
2013

10 Steps to Accomplishing Your Vision

Accomplish your vision
By: Vicki Milazzo

When you focus on your goals, take steps and have a little faith in yourself, you can accomplish major success.

May
28
2013

First Impressions—Why the First 15 Seconds are Critical

First impressions
By: Patti Biro

An unfavorable impression can cost you the opportunity to rebook an appointment.