We launched the #BEAUTYSTRONG initiative back in March, as a means of giving you the most up-to-the-minute information on the pandemic and what it meant for your salon and the industry as a whole. We continue to update it daily. Here’s a rundown of our trending articles. You’ll find loads more over at #BEAUTYSTRONG.

The lockdown practices you should keep, after the pandemic
Here’s a rundown of some changes that your salon may have made, or could make, and keep, even when the pandemic has long gone.

What to do if your staff went to work for a competitor during the pandemic
With thousands of staff stood down during the pandemic, many will have found interim employment.

Employees anxious about returning to salons
Despite salon owners reporting record-breaking bookings since re-opening, many are also reporting a reluctance from their employees to return to work, for fear of contracting COVID-19.

Get your salon EOFY-ready
The end of the financial year is looming and there’s a good chance that this year’s EOFY processes are doing to be a bit, different, to previous years.

Preparing for business after JobKeeper
The salary subsidy will wind up at the end of September.

Post-lockdown dispute resolution
The knock-on effect of the pandemic can leave salon owners locked in multiple disagreements.

The death of the walk-in?
Bookings and waiting lists are likely to be the ideal way to keep your salon safe.

ATO allows extra time for sole traders to report income
Sole traders with special circumstances are being given additional time by the tax office.

If you’re struggling to pay super
If you can’t meet your payment obligations, you need to speak with the ATO.

Salons given extra six months to write off newly purchased assets
The Instant Asset Write-off has been extended to the end of 2020.

JobKeeper scam alert
Be on guard if you’re registered for the payment

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