From employment law, including the minimum wage and discrimination laws, to legal issues with music licenses, insurance, chair rental there is a lot of legislation a salon owner needs to be aware of.
Keep up with the latest legal legislation affecting your salon business through our expert articles and guides.
This information is advisory only, if you have a specific legal issue you should seek the advice of a qualified legal professional.
Last month’s employment tribunal ruling that taxi firm Uber must stop treating its drivers as self-employed and offer them the same rights as employees could have far-reaching implications for the many thousands of hair and beauty salons and barber shops that use self-employed people, the NHF has warned. The ruling meant Uber lost the right Read More
The Forum of Private Business, provides a summary of the key changes to small business legislation.
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Here are a series of question and answers which might help salon owners avoid the trap of not paying the National Minimum Wage
The NHF is warning salon to ensure they don’t earn themselves a hefty fine for those flouting the national minimum wage (NMW) laws. The government introduced new name and shame legislation in October, which made public those businesses not paying employees the NMW. From 7 March naming and shaming will be coupled with fines of Read More
The issue of notice pay can be the source of confusion and legal action if misunderstood. Here, salon owners questions are answered by our legal expert.