Beauty Link - Volume 5, Issue 4 - (Page 44)

Beauty School Insurance IN RELATION TO FEDERAL ACTS AND/OR LAWS PART TWO OF A TWO-PART ARTICLE BY ROBERT N. KRETZMER, CIC n today’s litigious society, could your beauty, esthetics or massage therapy school sustain a large loss without insurance? Even with a skilled management team, your school could encounter unanticipated and complex claim situations that you may be unprepared or I 44 | B E AUT Y L I NK | C AN YOU HEAR ME NOW? | 2013 ill-equipped to resolve on your own. How prepared are you to manage these risks inherent in today’s litigious environment? Could you afford to resolve any of the claim situations listed below without insurance? • An employee’s gender, race or age discrimination lawsuit • A competitor’s accusation of unfair competition • Discovery of a multi-year embezzling scheme • A disenfranchised family member’s lawsuit • A disgruntled investor’s mismanagement allegation

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Beauty Link - Volume 5, Issue 4

message from the aacs president and cea co-chairs
the workings of washington
Rejuvenate Your Passion for Business
The AACS Affi nity Program
Mobilizing Your Business Is a Thing of Beauty
Open Door Leaders
and then there’s compliance
Motivating Your Students
Use Your Resources
step by step
Taking Out the Mystery
beauty changes lives
Beauty School Insurance
a student’s perspective
skin care council
aacs listserve q & a
Beyond 2014
voices from the classroom
Work Smart
superstar graduates
Celebrate the Power of Being an Educator
people & places
new products & services
associate member profiles: salons
new school members
upcoming 2013-14 events
In Memory
index to advertisers

Beauty Link - Volume 5, Issue 4