Looking To Increase Profits?
If you’re a medium to large salon looking to expand your brand, reward your top clients, streamline scheduling, allow 24/7 online booking, reduce missed appointments, then you have found what you’re looking for…
Salon Iris Premier is the right solution for you – perfect for large salons!
Our payroll system is fully customizable to best suit your business and employees. Add overtime rules for the particular pay frequency your business runs on (weekly, every 2 weeks, every 3 weeks, or every 4 weeks), and calculate overtime wages for employees working more than a particular amount of hours per day, week, or for 2 week period. You can then multiply that amount based on retail price or profit, the choice is yours!
Record and report on your business expenses with ease – track utilities, booth renter fees, supplies, and so much more! Add reference numbers, organize by category, filter by different date ranges, and edit/void expenses all from the same screen.
Employee Commission Exceptions – when configuring an employee you can set up service and product exceptions for the commission, back bar, or bonus.
Sliding Scale Commission – use commissions to encourage sales behavior – vary commission levels based on volume and watch your overall sales rise.
Hourly or Commission – choose whether you pay employees an hourly wage or commission, depending on which is higher.
See Nancy's story:
Nancy’s business was built on a foundation of family bonds and the amazing energy of her employees. See how she and her team turned a fading barbershop into a local institution that is central to her community. Setting down roots doesn’t limit your growth.
It’s much easier and less expensive to retain a current customer than to earn a new one. Create a loyalty program to encourage repeat business and incentivize clients to buy more products and services.
Need To Read:
Hair Salon Tipping On A Decline, Here’s How Salons Can Manage Margins
Based on our findings, it seems the recession has hurt customers’ ability to tip. Only half (53%) of respondents say customers tip their employees just as often as before. Unfortunately, more than one-quarter (27%) say customers tip less often – which is tough on professionals that rely on gratuities as a major source of income. The size of tips is also in flux. Less than half (45%) of the respondents say customers are tipping the same amount as before the pandemic, and 29% say they are tipping smaller amounts of money.