Step Up & Shine finalists announced!

Step Up & Shine finalists announced!

26 February 2014

The finalists of the competition to win a Christofer Mann ‘Step Up & Shine’ Scholarship have been announced!

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In response to the government’s new rules on surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures

In response to the government’s new rules on surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures

13 February 2014

In response to the government’s new rules on surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures, Hilary Hall, chief executive of the NHBF, said...

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Members reveal frustrations over ‘unnecessary’ red tape

Members reveal frustrations over ‘unnecessary’ red tape

31 January 2014

The NHBF in January highlighted the frustrations many salon owners feel over “unnecessary” council bureaucracy, in its first submission to the government’s Future High Streets...

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Our NHBF membership gives us an excellent return on investment

Our NHBF membership gives us an excellent return on investment

31 January 2014

David and Lynsey Baker are the brother and sister team behind The Vault Hair and Spa in Claygate. The studio opened in April 2013.

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Salons bracing themselves for bad news on future minimum wage levels

Salons bracing themselves for bad news on future minimum wage levels

31 January 2014

The countdown begins to a decision on whether the national minimum wage should rise this year, with salons bracing themselves for bad news.

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Chancellor George Osborne calls for rise in NMW

Chancellor George Osborne calls for rise in NMW

17 January 2014

In response to chancellor George Osborne’s call for an above-inflation rise in the national minimum wage, NHBF chief executive Hilary Hall said:

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Higher minimum wage fines should be a wake-up call for hairdressing to put its house in order, warns NHBF

Higher minimum wage fines should be a wake-up call for hairdressing to put its house in order, warns NHBF

16 January 2014

The announcement by the government of penalties from next month of up to £20,000 for employers who break the law and flout the national minimum wage.

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