• | ABOUT US

    Executive Spa Group (ESG) is a community Beauty Industry Resource Centre specializing in business, career, and employment services.

    We welcome all Albertans to chat with our Career and Employment Consultants for career and employment guidance. Many of our services are free to Albertans.

    Location

    Suite #201
    10518 82 AVE NW
    Edmonton, Alberta
    T6E 2A4

    Get directions

    FOLLOW US

    info@executivespagroup.com
    (780) 604-2772
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  • | SERVICE PROVIDERS

    | SERVICE PROVIDERS

    From helping you find the right training to helping you understand your paycheque, we offer career and employment services to help you find answers to industry-related topics.

    Are you a job-seeker?

    Our resource centre has tools to help you find employment. Not sure where to start? No problem! Ask our Career and Employment Consultant for support.

    Furthermore, our Job Bank contains up-to-date beauty job listings in Alberta.

  • | EMPLOYERS

    | EMPLOYERS

    Are you a new employer?

    We provide guidance to Alberta’s Employment Rules, Labour Laws, and effective practices such as MERC and Benefits. Plus, employers can post jobs in our Job Bank at any time!

    Thinking of expanding your team?

    Grants help train new or existing employees and are available to private employers of all sizes in Alberta. Ask our Career aand Employment Consultant for support.

  • | ENTREPRENEURS

    | ENTREPRENEURS

    Want to be your own boss?

    Our Resource Centre has tools to help you in your journey. Ask a Career and Employment for support.

    Whether you’re embarking on a home business or a store front, ESG offers Career Development courses to put you on the track to success!
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About Us

Executive Spa Group (ESG) is a community Beauty Industry Resource Centre specializing in business, career, and employment services. We welcome all Albertans to chat with our Career and Employment Consultants for career and employment guidance. Many of our services are free to Albertans.


Location

Suite #201
10518 82 AVE NW
Edmonton, Alberta
T6E 2A4

Get directions


Follow us

info@executivespagroup.com
(780) 604-2772
executivespagroup.com
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| SERVICE PROVIDERS

Service Providers

From helping you find the right training to helping you understand your paycheque, we offer career and employment services to help you find answers to industry-related topics.

ARE YOU A JOB SEEKER?

Our resource centre has tools to help you find employment. Not sure where to start? No problem! Ask our Career and Employment Consultant for support.

Plus, our Job Bank contains up-to-date beauty job listings in Alberta.

| EMPLOYERS

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ARE YOU A NEW EMPLOYER?

We provide guidance to Alberta's Employment Rules, Labour Laws, and effective practices such as MERC and Benefits. Plus, employers can use our free Job Bank at any time to help them fill employment vacancies.

THINKING OF EXPANDING YOUR TEAM?

Grants help train new or existing employees and are available to private employers of all sizes in Alberta. Ask our Career aand Employment Consultant for support.

| ENTREPRENEURS

esg beauty careers

WANT TO BE YOUR OWN BOSS?

Our Resource Centre has tools to help you in your journey. Ask a Career and Employment for support.

Whether you're embarking on a home business or a store front, ESG offers Career Development courses to put you on the track to success!

GET IN TOUCH...

At Executive Spa Group, we value your feedback.

Whenever possible, your feedback is used to enhance our service to you or to actualize an idea, so when you have something to say, you can be certain we're listening!

COVID-19 Business Resources

  • Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy (CERS)

    Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy (CERS)
    Canadian businesses, non-profit organizations, or charities who have seen a drop in revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic may be eligible for a subsidy to cover part of their commercial rent or property expenses, starting on September 27, 2020, until June 2021.

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  • Small-Medium Enterprise Relaunch Grant

    Small-Medium Enterprise Relaunch Grant
    The Small and Medium Enterprise Relaunch Grant offers financial assistance to Alberta businesses, cooperatives, and non-profit organizations that were ordered to close or curtail operations, and that experienced a revenue reduction of at least 30%, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The program offers 2 payments to eligible applicants, with up to $20,000 in available funding per eligible application.

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  • Edmonton Economic Recovery Grant

    Edmonton Economic Recovery Grant
    Applications for the Edmonton Economic Recovery Grant are accepted on Mondays. Businesses can apply for grant funding in one of two phases.

    The grant is intended to support the short-term needs and longer term recovery efforts for Edmonton’s businesses.

    Read more

  • Canada Recovery Benefit

    Canada Recovery Benefit
    If you are eligible for the Canada Recovery Benefit (CRB), you can receive $1,000 ($900 after taxes withheld) for a 2-week period. To be eligible for the CRB, you must meet all the conditions for the 2-week period for which you are applying.

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  • Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA)

    Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA)
    As of December 4, 2020, CEBA loans for eligible businesses will increase from $40,000 to $60,000. Applicants who have received the $40,000 CEBA loan may apply for the $20,000 expansion, which provides eligible businesses with an additional $20,000 in financing. All applicants have until March 31, 2021, to apply for $60,000 CEBA loan or the $20,000 expansion.

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  • WCB premium payment deferrals

    WCB premium payment deferrals
    Small, medium and large private sector employers can defer WCB premium payments until 2021.

    Employers who have already paid WCB premiums in 2020 are eligible for a rebate or credit.

    Read more

  • Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS)

    Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS)
    This would provide a 75-per-cent wage subsidy to eligible employers for up to 12 weeks, retroactive to March 15, 2020.

    This wage subsidy aims to prevent further job losses, encourage employers to re-hire workers previously laid off as a result of COVID-19, and help better position….

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  • Relief measures for Indigenous businesses

    Relief measures for Indigenous businesses
    The Government of Canada will provide up to $306.8 million in interest-free loans and non-repayable contributions for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis businesses. This measure is part of the Government of Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan. Financial support will be provided through Aboriginal Financial Institutions and administered by the National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association, as well as the Métis Capital Corporations in partnership with Indigenous Services Canada.

    Read more

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  • Executive Spa Group (ESG) is a Career and Employment Centre that is proudly serving Alberta’s Beauty Industry needs. We 💜💙💛#beautycareers!

  • We’ve compiled a guideline of best practices for infection control in a salon/spa setting.

  • We’ve compiled a guideline of best practices for infection control in a salon/spa setting.

  • Hiring apprentices in your salon- yay or neigh?

    Hiring apprentices in your salon can be beneficial. Here are some FAQs employers have when considering hiring apprentices versus licensed hairstylists.

    The supervisor has to be a certified hairstylist. This person will be a mentor and should have the qualities to mould the apprentice with correct technical skills…
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  • Are there supports for beauty industry workers with disabilities?

    If you a disability, you may be eligible to receive provincial supports to help you transition into the workplace.

    Disability Related Employment Supports a.k.a. ‘DRES’ is a provincial employment support that funds supports or services for Albertans to help them find and maintain emplo…
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  • Things to know before embarking on your home business venture.

    Are home businesses lucrative?

    You bet they are! As long as you manage your business with the same effort and respect that you would a store-front, these businesses can bring in a lot of income with fewer expenses, leaving more money in your pocket…
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  • Sarah and May Sie want nothing more in the world than to be a part of the beauty industry. Through hard work and grit, and a leg up from a vocational school, these Edmontonian women chase their dreams.

  • Tools are placed on the removable plastic tray and then submerged in the liquid sterilant.

  • We’ve compiled a guideline of best practices for infection control in a salon/spa setting.

  • Disinfectant cleaning wipes are a convenient solution to keeping your salon/spa clean..

  • We’ve compiled a guideline of best practices for infection control in a salon/spa setting.

  • Liquid disinfectants provide broad spectrum cleaning performance on most non-porous hard surfaces.

  • We’ve compiled a guideline of best practices for infection control in a salon/spa setting.

Executive Spa Group

info@executivespagroup.com
(780) 604-2772
executivespagroup.com
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