Team Building Package Includes:
Employment Contract: Putting things in writing helps to clarify what’s what. This form will provide a written outline of what you have to offer new team members, i.e., benefits, education, etc.
Employee Warning: This form will help you document, document, document! You can’t have too much information when counseling a team member.
Evaluation Form: A verbal pat on the back or telling someone what they need to improve on is fine, but nothing beats putting it in writing! By using this form, you will be able to document your team members’ goal setting and performance evaluation.
Infraction Form: This form can and should be used with the Employee Warning form providing further documentation of a team member’s infraction.
Tier Promotion Announcement: Hard work has paid off! Use this form to tell your clients about the amazing job your stylists are doing.
Tier Promotion Chart: Someone is on their way up the ladder of success! Help them get to that next step by tracking your stylist(s), tech(s), front desk staff, and esthetician(s) performance putting them on their path to being promoted.
Incident Tracker: Another form that can and should be used with the Employee Warning and Infraction Form to track incidents that happen in your salon, i.e., wasting color, arguing with a client or co-worker, taking co-workers tools from their station, etc.
Attendance Tracker: Some people can’t get to work on time if their life depended on it. This form provides excellent documentation for addressing a team member about their attendance. Yet another great form to be used with the Employee Warning and Infraction Form.
Great Interview Questions: 78 questions you may want to ask when interviewing a potential team member. If you can’t make a decision about whether to hire them or not after asking all of these questions you might want to keep looking!!!
Guest Carrier: Take the guessing out of the equation when the client goes to pay for services. This form breaks down what service(s) was performed, what color formula was used, what time frame should be followed for pre-booking their next appointment, i.e., a recommended maintenance program, etc.
Tier Promotion Income Difference: Everybody wants a raise but nobody wants to raise their prices? Well . . . . here’s a little jewel that may give them a jolt!!! This is a great tool for those stylists not wanting to raise their prices by providing a visual of how much money they can earn by moving up a tier (or 2).
Requirements for Jumping Tiers: Post this in your break room and let your team members see what it takes to move up a tier, raise their prices, and become one of the most in-demand stylists in the salon