Home' INSTYLE Magazine : INSTYLE NOV-DEC 2016 Contents NAVIGATING ANNUAL LEAVE OVER
WITH CHRISTMAS NOW just around the corner, it’s time
to start looking at the business logistics of forced leave
over the holiday period.
Q: Can I shut down my salon over Christmas and New Year?
Salons can close their salon over the notoriously slow
Christmas and New Year’s period in a move called Annual
Leave Shutdown, but must provide employees with
written notice four weeks in advance. Salon owners must
also detail the reasons for the shutdown, length of the
shutdown and how many days of extra leave will be taken.
Q: What if salon employees don’t have enough annual leave?
The employer and employee must agree on either that
employee taking advanced annual leave or unpaid leave
over the shutdown period. However, if the employee doesn’t
agree to either they must be paid an ordinary day rate for the
shutdown, as employees can’t be forced to take unpaid leave.
Q: What about casual staff?
Your casual employees do not receive annual leave during
this period, but still need to be notified that the salon is
HAIR EXPO ANNOUNCED
THERE ARE SOME big changes in the
works for Hair Expo over the next
couple of years – for example, a move
back to Sydney for 2017, then another
return to Melbourne for 2018 and the
end of a long-term partnership between
the event’s celebrated awards ceremony
and Schwarzkopf Professional.
While Schwarzkopf Professional has
sponsored the awards event for ten
successful years, the powerhouse brand
and event are parting ways in 2018.
“We are extremely proud of Schwarzkopf Professional’s long-standing
exclusive sponsorship of the Hair Expo Awards and wish to express our
sincere appreciation to them for outstanding support over the past ten
years,” said Julia Erben, Event Director for Hair Expo Australia.
“We wholeheartedly agree with Schwarzkopf Professional that the
Hair Expo Awards are a celebration of the whole industry. As such,
the awards should provide exposure opportunities for multiple key
brands rather than one exclusive sponsor, reflecting and highlighting
the support our industry’s artists experience from their multiple
With changes to the awards including new state categories, updated
entry criteria and upcoming sponsorship opportunities, the historic
awards continue to innovate. 2017 looms as the major finale of
Schwarzkopf Professional’s sponsorship, a celebratory last hurrah that
looks set to attract a significant portion of the industry.
ELEVEN AUSTRALIA PARTNERS WITH AUSTRALIA’S
NEXT TOP MODEL
WITH EXPERIENCE WORKING both backstage on runways and with
a vast celebrity clientele, Joey Scandizzo is bringing the fashion and
entertainment elements of his career together, as the official Hair
Director on this season of Australia’s Next Top Model.
The show, which is now in its tenth season, has collaborated with
Joey’s ELEVEN Australia brand as its official hair partner, and Joey has
earned his rightful place on screen.
Joey and his team have been on hand creating the hair looks in
each episode from the first shoot, through a range of very versatile
photography sessions to the finale, including creating new styles for
each girl in the always-dramatic makeover episode, where no drastic
cut or colour is off limits.
Joey’s presence on screen joins newly-returned judge and
supermodel Megan Gale, as well as host Jennifer Hawkins and judge/
designer Alex Perry. Guest stars including Elle Macpherson, Gemma
Ward and Miranda Kerr also make appearances to celebrate the
national franchise’s milestone tenth season.
MEET THE NEW DAVINES RANGE
LEGENDARY HAIRDRESSER Angelo Seminara is behind
Davines’ all-new product collection. The brand’s Artistic
Director designed the line and created an editorial
collection to go along with it.
The Your Hair Assistant range is comprised of eight
products, which run the gamut from shampooing and
conditioning, to styling and finishing, with creams, balms,
primers and a volume creator brush all in the range.
“Your Hair Assistant is an integrated system of products
and tools designed to create perfect styling,” A ngelo
shared. “The new line reflects the skill of blow-drying,
a crucial moment in the salon experience yet considered
secondary in importance to cutting and colouring. Your
Hair Assistant is the opportunity to loom at the blow-dry as
the focal point which brings together the whole service.”
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