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tonet m.

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Re: Barber shop business...
« Reply #15 on: July 03, 2007, 10:47:09 PM »
Hi warrick, cRzYcHiQa,Jelly Bean

OK lang ba kung I'll send PM sa inyo? Me mga gusto pa kasi ako  itanong about this business.

thanks!

halu! i got your message! :D  pero i'll let my brother answer it since it's his barbershop talaga. :) he's also a member dito...inform ko din siya about this thread. :D
« Last Edit: July 04, 2007, 11:03:30 AM by cRzYcHiQa »
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Re: Barber shop business...
« Reply #16 on: July 07, 2007, 11:16:19 AM »
Hi warrick, cRzYcHiQa,Jelly Bean

OK lang ba kung I'll send PM sa inyo? Me mga gusto pa kasi ako  itanong about this business.

thanks!

halu! i got your message! :D  pero i'll let my brother answer it since it's his barbershop talaga. :) he's also a member dito...inform ko din siya about this thread. :D


Hi warrick, Thanks sa pag sagot sa mga questions ko.. :)


Hi cRzYcHiQa... salamat din!!.. hintayin ko na lang yung pag post ng brother mo... :)
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« Reply #17 on: July 13, 2007, 09:41:49 AM »
kailangan ba talaga na 60-40 ang share sa kita?
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warrick

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Re: Barber shop business...
« Reply #18 on: July 13, 2007, 10:22:51 AM »
in our case 50-50. i guess it depends on your agreement with the barbers. merong payag ng 70-30 pero may ibang benefits like food allowance etc. so samin para less complicated 50-50 na lang  ;D

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« Reply #19 on: July 13, 2007, 02:21:38 PM »
hi warrick! pero pano yung Php250 per day nila? meron pa ba kayong ganun? yun daw yung kung sakaling walang kita...dapat bibigyan mo sila ng 250/day. or for example, 120 lang yung percentage nila for the day...pupunan mo yun para maging 250 or something?
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« Reply #20 on: July 13, 2007, 03:52:59 PM »
To all with experience on this:

Gusto ng friends kong magtayo ng kiddie salon.  What is the best/cheapest place where can I buy yung equipment for the salon---chairs, scissors, razors, blowers, trays for the blowers, clips, body covers, etc. And importantly, where can you get skilled hairdressers?  Please PM me your reply since it's hard to follow the thread...:)  Thanks!!!
 

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« Reply #21 on: July 13, 2007, 06:19:02 PM »
hi warrick! pero pano yung Php250 per day nila? meron pa ba kayong ganun? yun daw yung kung sakaling walang kita...dapat bibigyan mo sila ng 250/day. or for example, 120 lang yung percentage nila for the day...pupunan mo yun para maging 250 or something?

Hi guys!

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« Reply #22 on: July 13, 2007, 09:46:13 PM »
never pa naman na-zero so brother ko. gusto ko lang din malaman kung ganun nga talaga. kasi yun ang sabi din ng mga nakakausap namen. eh baka kako may iba na hindi sinusunod yun.
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warrick

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Re: Barber shop business...
« Reply #23 on: July 14, 2007, 01:21:25 PM »
hi warrick! pero pano yung Php250 per day nila? meron pa ba kayong ganun? yun daw yung kung sakaling walang kita...dapat bibigyan mo sila ng 250/day. or for example, 120 lang yung percentage nila for the day...pupunan mo yun para maging 250 or something?

samin kase mejo complicated and i'm still trying to make it work. meron akong barbers na regular ang status. meaning salary basis sila plus commission and benefits like SSS, 13th month etc.. kahit konti lang ang nagupitan, assured sila na they will receive a fixed salary every payday. pero pag regular, they have to follow my rules and regulations like come to work on time, once a week day off etc. etc.

ung mga hindi regular na barber, talagang 50-50 lang kami. no benefits. kung ano ang nagupitan nila, half of that un lang ang kita nila. un nga lang, hindi ko hawak ang time nila. pasok sila kung anong time ang gusto and absent din kung kelan maisipan.

un kase ang major problem ko sa mga barbers and beauticians ko. ung pagiging late and absent. at least pag meron akong regular employees, hawak ko sila kahit papano.

believe it or not, kahit maganda ung offer ko na salary basis with benefits and bonuses, ung iba kong barbers ayaw nila ng ganong set-up. gusto nila ung hatian, di daw kase nila kaya ung may sinusunod na oras. nakakainis man pero napipilitan ako i-retain sila kase mahirap kumuha ng barber. lalo na kung may mga suki na ang customers namin. pag mabilis ang turnover ng barbers, nahihirapan ako mag-retain ng suki.

am not 100% sure na this system is the best system. pero so far it's working naman for me.

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Re: Barber shop business...
« Reply #24 on: July 14, 2007, 01:22:49 PM »
To all with experience on this:

Gusto ng friends kong magtayo ng kiddie salon.  What is the best/cheapest place where can I buy yung equipment for the salon---chairs, scissors, razors, blowers, trays for the blowers, clips, body covers, etc. And importantly, where can you get skilled hairdressers?  Please PM me your reply since it's hard to follow the thread...:)  Thanks!!!
 

where do they plan to put up the kiddie salon? metro manila area ba?

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« Reply #25 on: July 22, 2007, 10:24:41 PM »
hi warrick! pero pano yung Php250 per day nila? meron pa ba kayong ganun? yun daw yung kung sakaling walang kita...dapat bibigyan mo sila ng 250/day. or for example, 120 lang yung percentage nila for the day...pupunan mo yun para maging 250 or something?

samin kase mejo complicated and i'm still trying to make it work. meron akong barbers na regular ang status. meaning salary basis sila plus commission and benefits like SSS, 13th month etc.. kahit konti lang ang nagupitan, assured sila na they will receive a fixed salary every payday. pero pag regular, they have to follow my rules and regulations like come to work on time, once a week day off etc. etc.

ung mga hindi regular na barber, talagang 50-50 lang kami. no benefits. kung ano ang nagupitan nila, half of that un lang ang kita nila. un nga lang, hindi ko hawak ang time nila. pasok sila kung anong time ang gusto and absent din kung kelan maisipan.

un kase ang major problem ko sa mga barbers and beauticians ko. ung pagiging late and absent. at least pag meron akong regular employees, hawak ko sila kahit papano.

believe it or not, kahit maganda ung offer ko na salary basis with benefits and bonuses, ung iba kong barbers ayaw nila ng ganong set-up. gusto nila ung hatian, di daw kase nila kaya ung may sinusunod na oras. nakakainis man pero napipilitan ako i-retain sila kase mahirap kumuha ng barber. lalo na kung may mga suki na ang customers namin. pag mabilis ang turnover ng barbers, nahihirapan ako mag-retain ng suki.

am not 100% sure na this system is the best system. pero so far it's working naman for me.


Me idea ba kayo kung ano ginagamit na system ng mga sikat na saloon tulad ng Reyes Haircutters to retain People?... Makakatulong siguro kung alam natin kung pano diskarte nila....




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Re: Barber shop business...
« Reply #26 on: July 23, 2007, 12:28:28 PM »
^ i used to have an employee who worked at reyes. according to her allowance and commission basis sila. ung taga malayo, may free lodging. maliit din lang daw ang commission i.e. 10php per haircut. and pag nag-share pa kayo ng assistant sa paggawa sa customer (haircut/blower), hati din kayo sa commission.

according to her, mabilis ang turn-over ng barber and stylist sa Reyes. maliit kase ang salary and commission. afford naman daw ng Reyes dahil meron silang training school and can always replace the staff with a newly grad/trained student. kaya din daw malaki ang kita ng reyes dahil sa mababang pasweldo. ung iba bumabawi na lang sa tip.

but of course kelangan ko i-confirm ang info na ito. di din ako sure kung ganito talaga set-up. pero parang totoo kase ung reyes dito samin di tumatagal ang mga beautician. paiba-iba sila ng stylist.

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« Reply #27 on: July 24, 2007, 02:20:50 AM »
yeah, ive heard also that. plus kung absent daw yung staff nla..it would be double day day na work. like u wer absent for one day...ul work for two days daw. yung isa no pay. And if late naman daw, deduct from salary. I dnt know how true.

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Re: Barber shop business...
« Reply #28 on: August 20, 2007, 11:16:45 AM »
guys..im th bro of crazychiqa..

question lang po..alam nyo po ba kung saan may school ng barbero? kasi i really nid a barber.and naiisip ko na kumuha nalang ng mga bagong graduate. or makipag ayos sa school para sa akin na lang mag train or mag ojt...

do you think magandang idea ito??

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Re: Barber shop business...
« Reply #29 on: August 20, 2007, 11:32:55 AM »
Hi to all!

I also have a salon/barbershop business.  we have a salon and one barbers chair inside our salon.  Masakit talaga ang ulo.  I think lahat naman ng business may sakit ng ulo.  Basically the more people you deal with the more ang sakit ng ulo.

Bottomline is this.  On the long run ay makakahanp rin kayo ng mga tao na tatagal at magtatagal sa inyo.  marami rin naman na lipat ng lipat. Hindi naman natin maiiwasan yun. may nag offer ng mas mataas ay lilipat agad sila.

Ako i have one employee tatlong beses ng uma-alis at tatlong beses na rin bumabalik. kasi hindi daw nya makasundo yung pinag lipatan nya, kasi masyado daw mataas ang quota sa knila, kasi strict daw masyado yung amo etc. etc etc.

Sa akin basta maayos ang paalam at understandable ang pag-alis o pag lipat then ok la ng sa akin kung babalik sila.  Meron ako isa OCW sya. pag nasa manila sya sa akin sya pumapasok.

I wanted to sell the business before sa sakit talaga ng ulo. dami rin nakawan until nakahanap ako ng someone trustworthy to run and handle the business for me.