Here at Pro Hair, we like to use our pages to champion causes and people that are helping highlight issues in the wider community. Last month, we met Craig Henderson, who runs a neurodiverse barbershop in Bolton, working with additional needs children.
This issue, it’s the turn of Will Brown, a hairdresser from Bedfordshire who has positively transformed his own issues and struggles, developing a mental health training course specifically for hairdressers and barbers. Read what he has to say on page 19 and watch his emotive video – it may just inspire you to call him in!
“Talkin’ ‘bout my generation” (reference the WHO), is what some of you are doing on page 32. A group of hairdressers from Baby Boomers to Gen Zs give us a fascinating insight into how they see the different generations in both work and life.
Continuing the generational theme, our ‘Start, Stay, Stand-out’ feature on page 36 begs the question, ‘what does it take to attract young employees into your business?’ Again, we go cross-generational, covering all sides of the argument, investigating the recruitment crisis whilst hopefully shining a light on the positives.
Enjoy the read!