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Beautiful Futures Youth Empowerment Program
‘Beautiful Futures’ helps participants overcome barriers to employment and develop skills and attain the work experience needed to participate in Alberta’s beauty industry.
The program provides youth ages 15-30 with transferable skills necessary in any labour market, and will help them overcome barriers such as:
- Lack of work history;
- Lack of confidence and self-esteem;
- Lack of transportation;
- Lack of employability skills;
- History of unsuccessful intervention; and
- Other social factors (e.g. family situation)
‘Beautiful Futures’ has 3
During this 1st portion, you will acquire fundamental skills required for any job regardless of industry. However, our goal is to help you gain personal development, life and employment skills, and transferrable skills to take you anywhere you want to go in the beauty industry!
Learn more about career laddering in the beauty industry
2. Skill Enhancement
This portion is completed during
You will acquire technical skills.
You could be certified in
Face and Body Waxing
Manicures and Pedicures
Tinting, Lash Extensions, etc. Each intake will focus on different skills.
Funding is provided by the Government of Canada for this portion of the program.
3. Paid Work Experience
During this 3rd portion, you will gain skills and work experience in entry-level beauty industry-related jobs. Your work experience will be completed at different salons, spas, medispas, health and wellness centres, and retail outlets throughout the city. Employers in the industry will mentor you to make the best out of your work experience.
: In some scenarios, the possibility exists to turn the Work Experience into a permanent position, so make sure to impress your employer! Days of the week will vary amongst employers, but remember, weekends are busy days for the beauty industry, so be prepared to commit!
PARTICIPANT ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:
- 15-30 years of age at the time of project intake;
- Must be interested in joining the beauty industry;
- Must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident,
or have been granted refugee status in Canada;
- Must be legally entitled to work in Canada; and
- Must be in need of assistance overcoming employment barriers.
HOW DO I APPLY?
You can apply ONLINE
to participate in ‘Beautiful Futures’. Thank you for your interest.
WE ARE NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THIS PROGRAM.
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Things don’t always work out. Letting go of employees is never easy. Most employers terminate employees only as a last resort. This is why we decided sharing this information is important in reducing any stress associated with employee termination.
- Alberta’s Employment Standards Code specifies the notice period employers must give when asking someone to leave a job. This termination notice period depends on how long the employee has worked for you.
- You must give termination notice in writing and the employee works and is paid regular pay until the end of the notice period.
- You can offer pay instead of a termination notice. In this case, the employee ends work immediately but is paid for the duration of the notice period.
- If you ask an employee to stop working immediately or partway through a notice period, you must pay the employee until the end of the notice period.
- You do not need to provide termination notice if the termination is temporary (up to 59 days)
- You do not need to provide termination notice if an employee refuses your offer of reasonable alternative work
- You do not need to provide termination notice if if work is unavailable because of a strike or lockout
- You do not need to provide termination notice if the employee is terminated for just cause (e.g. theft, violence…)
Do you have other questions regarding Beauty Industry employment matters?
Contact us to learn more.
Executive Spa Group
(780) 604 2772
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Beauty Service and Retail Professional Resume Bank
ATTN: Alberta Beauty Industry Employers
We know it’s hard to find dependable staff.
ESG’s resume bank is a free service to both, employers and service providers, dedicated to maximize success rate of meeting staffing demands.
Don’t get swamped with ineligible resumes! Cut time with ESG’s Resume Bank. Our resume bank allows you to browse anonymously and search profiles by industry skills.
How does the Resume Bank work?
Service Providers and support workers all over Alberta upload their resumes to maximize their exposure to hiring employers. All pertinent information is available, such as education and experience, and most importantly, all the technical skills (services) they are certified to perform.
Though ESG asks all individuals to only include skills for which they are certified to perform, we recommend always conducting your own background check and confirming documentation.
Employers are able to browse and review profiles on the Resume bank after creating an Employer account. If you find any profiles you are interested in, submit your interest directly to them. We recommend always meeting for interviews in a public place.
Why are the Resumes discreet?
The resumes are discreet to protect the identity and privacy of Service Providers all over Alberta.
To use the Beauty Service and Retail Professional Resume Bank, simply visit executivespagroup.com and create your employer account.
Executive Spa Group
Beauty Industry Resource Centre
(780) 604 2772
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Our resume bank allows you to upload your information for Alberta beauty industry employers to view.
BEFORE UPLOADING…consider the following notes for protecting your identity when posting your resume:
- ESG will never ask you to include your social insurance number, full name, home address, driver’s license number, credit card or bank account numbers, or other personal identifying information on your online resume.
- Cell phone numbers are generally unlisted, home phone numbers are not, therefore, provide your cell phone number instead of giving out your home phone number.
- Instead of listing your home address, consider disclosing your city and province only. In general, employers use email to get in touch with candidates, not snail mail.
- Creating an email address that doesn’t include your full name or other identifying information to be used only for your job search is the safest way to go.
- Do not include your references in a resume or cover letter. Save that information for when they’ve asked you in for an interview.
- Always meet with an employer in a public place.
CREATE YOUR RESUME.