armchair. Monday , July 03rd , 2017 - 04:47:59 AM
One of the basic issues in managing the switch to rent a chair is dealing with the present and future employment status of your employees. Ideally you should try and convince some of the more ambitious staff to be entrepreneurial and take a leap of faith, as your existing staff already knows the systems and procedures and are acquainted with the work and salon culture. This makes for a significantly smoother transition for all parties but not always possible. Moreover if your existing staff make the switch, it will be a testament to you and the team further sending a message to other stylist in your area that you must have something going on if your own team are keen to make the switch.
Many of your corporate clients fall into the overworked or overstressed category. They simply can't find (or make) the time to book a table massage and travel to your office. With the on-site convenience of corporate massage, however, your clients have no excuse. Chair or desk massages take as little as five minutes and include no prep or travel time, so your clients don't have to block out an hour or two in their day. They also don't need to plan ahead by booking an appointment a week in advance.
Does your dining area have enough space for the new chairs you are bringing home? Will you be able to scoot between the back of the chairs and the wall? How about when people are sitting in them? Taking measurements can ensure that your new dining chairs won't hang out and block your path.
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