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Hair Cuttery Launches a New Career Website That Connects Salon Pros to Opportunities for Growth and Education

Elizabeth Jakaitis | March 16, 2017 | 9:00 AM
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Hair Cuttery has announced the launch of its new career website, Smart. Bold. Beautiful. Salon professionals considering Hair Cuttery as an employer can visit www.haircuttery.com/careers to find opportunities for growth and learn about the ways that Hair Cuttery embraces education, creativity and artistry. 

With nearly 900 salons operating in 16 states, Hair Cuttery is always looking for passionate, motivated salon professionals to join its team and build a successful career, whether they are just starting out or they are seasoned salon professionals. Smart. Bold. Beautiful. presents a picture of Hair Cuttery’s culture and introduces salon professionals to Hair Cuttery associates through video testimonials that highlight their stories and successes. Visitors to the site will find real-time job openings on an interactive map, as well as educational opportunities. They can read about the company’s Beauty of Giving program to learn about opportunities to give back in a meaningful way. The new, mobile friendly site also allows visitors to share information with friends and other salon professionals who may be looking for their first job or considering a move from their current one.

Hair Cuttery is the largest family owned and operated chain of hair salons in the country, with nearly 900 locations on the East Coast, and in New England and the Midwest. Hair Cuttery is a division of Ratner Companies, located in Vienna, VA. For more information about Hair Cuttery, visit haircuttery.com.

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