You probably have a case for constructive dismissal.
Also does your contact not have stipulations about paying overtime etc
As others have said people will find you through word of mouth, Facebook etc so no need to proactively take them, just make sure there is a way for them to find you.
How are you going to be offering the offers?
Things I do are offers on flyers but more as packages, so tan and lashes for £20 for example. Rather than discounting am individual treatment.
My business card is also an appointment card which has retention stamps much like Starbucks.
If you are working part time then it will help in terms of you having an income, however it has been easier for me in starting my own salon to having had worked in several salons first.
Simply I am a better therapist now than when i first qualified, I have learned from the different places I...
What I did was created a list of treatments I wanted to provide.
Then for each treatment I wrote all the equipment and products I would need for each treatment, including bed, wax pot etc
This gave me a list of everything I need to be able to provide treatments and I could get a price for...
I would recommend getting someone to do it professionally as it makes such a difference, especially as it will be many peoples first impressions of your business.
I have a friend who is a Graphic Designer, and does his own work away from his day job in his spare time.
I can show you the...
Some absolutely lovely pages on here that I have learned a lot from - so thanks for sharing all.
Here is my new facebook page
Kelly at Flawless - Beauty salon - Hamilton, United Kingdom | Facebook
The salon is only two weeks old so constantly updating the page with new pictures, products...
I really like the content, however do struggle with the text, which I think is made more difficult by the text areas not having a different shaded background to the overall page background.
Good start though and nice nails