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Beauty Shop Owner's Employment of Immigrant Women (미용산업고용주의 다문화이주여성에 대한 고용 연구)

  • Kim, Soon Sim
    • The Korean Journal of Community Living Science
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    • v.26 no.2
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    • pp.415-426
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    • 2015
  • This study examines the employment experience of beauty shop owners with respect to immigrant women. A quantitative analysis was conducted through a survey of beauty shop employers. Total 400 beauty shop owners were given a questionnaire and 380 responses were obtained. IBM SPSS 21.0 was used for frequency analysis, chi-square test, t-test using obtained data. Most of the respondents reported rare immigrant women employment. In addition, they were not likely to have experienced benefits from government support system and had little knowledge of such systems. According to an the employment analysis, there were differences in business areas, locations, regions, business type, and the number of employees according to characteristics of beauty shops. Immigrant women were more likely to be employed in Gyeonggi than in Seoul and Chungcheong Province and in skincareshops than in hairshops, nailshops and make-up shops. Shops with fewer than six employees were more likely to employ immigrant women. Those shop owners has employed immigrant women were more likely to hire immigrant women. Employment intentions of employers included mitigation services for auxiliary and sharing purposes, government benefits, and solutions for employment difficulties. Government support had a positive effect on employment intentions of beauty shop employers. Employers with knowledge of government support programs were more likely to hire immigrant women. The results suggest that the government should make more efforts to promote relevant policies. Future research should identify the reasons why few immigrant women are employed.

Status of Health Hygiene of Some Beauty Shop in Taegu City (대구시내 미용실의 보건위생 실태)

  • 채용곤
    • Journal of environmental and Sanitary engineering
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    • v.16 no.4
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    • pp.9-20
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    • 2001
  • The objective of this study was to improve sanitary conditions at the beauty shops by informing the owners and employees to be aware of the public health. The data were obtained by the Physical investigation (August 1 to 30, 2001) of the sanitary Problems at 112 beauty shops in Daegu Metrpolitan area and by the surveys from the employees and customers. By analysis these data with SAS/PC+(ver. 6.12) and $x^2-test$, we have obtained the following results. 1. The numbers of the beauty shop workers (67.86% of the shops) were two including the owner, and only 18.75% of the workers had the regular public health training session. Even at the training sessions, no public health specialist was available as an instructor. 2. Sanitary conditions of the floor (92.76%), washer (88.93%) and rest room (74.11%) at the beauty shops were satisfactory. However, only 3.57% of the beauty shop used the vacuum cleaner that would be far more effective than the bloom to remove hairs from the floor. 3. About 91.07% (102 shops) did not or poorly sterilize equipments, and 91.76% (103 shops) did not store the sterilized or non-sterilized equipments separately. The shops that had the ultraviolet sterilizer that is required by the public health regulation were 53.57% (60 shops), and only 2.67% (3shops) actually used it. 4. About 82.14% (72 shops) used Oxyclean and detergent for washing the fabrics such as towels and gowns. About 11.61% (13 shops) used only detergent and 3.57% (4 shops) used the boiling sterilization method. No shop used the customer gown once per customer, and only 2.68% (3 shops) washed the used gown daily.

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A qualitative research on the nail shop's store attributes - Focused on independent stores - (네일샵의 점포속성에 관한 질적연구 - 단독 매장을 중심으로 -)

  • Lim, Yun-Kyoung;Kwak, Tai-Gi
    • Journal of the Korea Fashion and Costume Design Association
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    • v.21 no.3
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    • pp.67-80
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    • 2019
  • The purpose of this study was to clarify store attributes for nail stores (focusing on independent stores) by qualitative research. Even though the nail market is showing a steady increase in terms of sales amounts, and the number of stores, related studies were very rare. Meanwhile, as long as the nail market is growing, many stores are suffering from bad business performance because of new nail stores are relatively easier to open than beauty or hair stores, but the nail stores don't have a discriminated marketing strategy. As nail the market is rapidly increasing, finding factors that led to success for nail stores is very meaningful, both for academics and business. The reason that qualitative research should be done before the quantitative research is due to scant theoretical background concerning this matter. For this qualitative research, 8 experts who are operating nail stores as an owner or a manager or a professor at a university who had over 5 years of related working experience were included. The attributes for nail stores were derived using one-to-one in-depth interviews conducted from March 3 to May 31, 2019. As a result of the qualitative studon the attributes for nail stores, it turned out that there were 5 factors-physical environment, product, speed, profitability, and reliability. Physical environment, product, and profitability were mentioned in most related surveys, but some details showed that and speed and reliability have been newly highlighted. Many unknown issues that were not easy to acquire from common academic research are included. After this study, I hope that many marketers may get basic conditions to apply to real businesses and that they can use it as effective data for the following quantitative research.