|It was truly a beautiful day even if I was stuck inside for most of it.|
This happened at the salon I frequent, 7 Salon in downtown Seattle. It was uber convenient when I worked a block away, now not so much. It was also getting really expensive for just a haircut. My stylist rates had gone up nearly 20 bucks in one year, so I started to space my cuts out a little further apart because I just couldn't justify that much money every six weeks.
There is a Facebook page to link up stylists with their clients and that is a great use of social networking - connecting people. I'm not sure if I'll end up doing using it, but I'm delighted to see so many stylists connecting with their clients and to see the offers of jobs come in via Facebook and Reddit.
Getting laid off sucks, getting laid off by phone is hard (trust me), but getting laid off by text is not only tacky, its illegal.
What really saddens me is that the owner of the salon is no slouch in this area. She comes from a family that has deep roots in the arts and business community. She should have known better.
Now, I'm in the market for a new salon and maybe a new haircut.