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EP119 Carley Bayne, Francesca Harrison and Lauren Stone discuss a work/life balance

11 April - Carley Bayne, Francesca Harrison and Lauren Stone

Carley Bayne, owner of Carley Bayne Hair and freelancer Francesca Harrison are friends and colleagues in hairdressing in their home area of Epsom, Surrey. They join Respectfully host Lauren Stone to discuss how rewarding it is to shape your working life to suit your desire for a work-life balance.  

Hairdressers finding a balance

Carley Bayne has worked in West End London salons her whole career and recently decided she needed to make a change in order to have a family and be a working mother. She has now built up a clientele in her home area in Epsom, Surrey to be now able to make her own salon. She now works one day a month, and employs her own team

Francesca Harrison had been working in London at Vidal Sassoon, until the Pandemic forced changes. She says she ‘fell into’ the world of being freelance and now works at Hunter collective three days a week, and works with other teams in her home area for the remainder of the week, including time with Carley in her salon.

Carley Bayne, owner of Carley Bayne Hair and freelancer Francesca Harrison are friends and colleagues in hairdressing in their home area of Epsom, Surrey. They join Respectfully host Lauren Stone to discuss how rewarding it is to shape your working life to suit your desire for a work-life balance.
Carley Bayne, Francesca Harrison and Lauren Stone

Shaping the career you want

Whether for family reasons or for the freedom, Carley and Francesca are pleased with how they can now shape a working career to suit their needs. Along with host Lauren Stone – also a working mother of young children – they talk about how to manage their workload around their desire to maintain a work/life balance. Working mothers, or keen to remain free to walk when they want and how, this is an in-depth at how we can evolve the traditional work ethic to be more modern. They consider how salons can take into account the pressure and dynamics of hairdressing in 2024. This is an enlightening conversation at a time when we are all focussed on staff retention. This is a great conversation about the changing expectations of employees and anxiety about staff retention. 

Contacts

To find out more about our guests follow:

@carleybaynehair

@franchesca_cuts_hair
www.francescacutshair.co.uk

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