Are you looking forward to get into the salon business? This quiz can help. With this quiz, you must know what questions are considered discrimination by a potential employer, how to build up your clientele successfully, manage money in the business, the ideal traffic pattern in the salon, and the different types of business ownerships. This quiz will elevate your salon business savvy. Good luck with the quiz.
List awards and special recognition
Show prior employment information
Provide at least eight pages of information
Write the resume in a brief and concise manner
When were you born?
What is your strongest technical area?
How would you describe your people skills?
How would someone describe your personal characteristics?
The size of the salon
The salary and benefits
The success of the salon
Run behind to show the salon is busy
Give out business cards to potential clients
Point out weaknesses of other stylists to clients
Promote services that aren't available in the salon
Rebooking the client
Pressuring the client
Retailing to the client
Networking with the client
Create a budget
Ignore economic conditions
Complete a performance review
Buy equipment by getting loans
Cost of necessary improvements
The distance from the Social Security office
Former building owner
80 sq. feet per stylist
A remote reception area
The most steps for the client and stylist to travel
The least steps for the client and stylist to travel
U.S. and Canadian governments
Tips received by an employee
Money paid to vendor's for products
Operating expenses paid by the salon
Change given to a client following payment
2 to 4 years
5 to 7 years
10 to 12 years
14 to 16 years
Salary plus commission
Word of mouth
Direct mail advertising
TV and radio advertising
Word of mouth advertising
Involvement in community affairs
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