[VIP 1] The Industry’s Education Situation


    Recently, students have been suing their technical schools, arguing that their time spent performing clinic work and other chores should be considered compensable time. 

    In Part 1 of this series, I’ll walk you through both of the cases and the decisions made. Then, in Part 2, we’ll define the line between valuable technical practice and compensable work and what we can do to keep schools from unintentionally crossing that line. In Part 3, we’re going to shake the whole system up with proposals for alternative education methods that could potentially end the push for deregulation forever.

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    Beauty industry survivalist, salon crisis interventionist, tactical verb-weapon specialist, and the leader of at least a hundred workplace revolutions, Tina Alberino is known as much for her extensive knowledge as for her sarcastic wit and mercilessly straightforward style. She’s the author of The Beauty Industry Survival Guide and Salon Ownership and Management: A Definitive Guide to the Professional Beauty Business. When she’s not writing, educating, or consulting, she can be found overthinking everything, identifying problems people didn’t know existed, and stubbornly working to change the things she cannot accept.


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