Sally Beauty announces temporary closings, wage cuts and furloughs

According to a news release, Sally Beauty Holdings Inc. temporarily closed all customer-facing stores in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

The Global retailer announced significant pay cuts, furloughs, and reduced capital investments.

The Business will furlough a portion of its Headquarters staff and offer two months’ pay and health benefits to the affected workers until April 30.

As a result, the Organization’s chief executive officer and board of supervisors have reduced their coverage by 50%. Other senior leaders have also received substantial wage reductions for the duration of this COVID-19 crises. The launch did not explain the extent of salary cuts for other senior leaders.

According to the release, the Denton-based merchant stated that it had reprioritized Plans to accelerate its rollout of digital applications and defer non-digital capital investment,” and vigorously attacked its short-term price agreement.”

Over the last few weeks, the Business has been analysing the pandemic and has reduced its shop surgeries. Consequently, sometimes all shop operations have been stopped, Chris Brickman, Chief Executive Officer at Sally Beauty, stated in a prepared statement.

The Business also changed its merchandising strategy to focus on hygiene and cleanliness classes.

Brickman stated in a statement that Stores will be able to transition into curbside service if allowed by law or local agreement. This allows clients to call their regional shop and place an order. Then, they can arrange for a curbside pickup at the shop. The network-wide finish was completed Monday, March 23rd.”

Products of the Corporation are still available online. They also offer expedited access by shipping from their shops via UPS from approximately 300 stock chambers across the country.

Sally Beauty (NYSE : SBH), which has access to a $500 million revolving credit line, has also attracted $395 Million on its own centre as of March 23.

This also increases financial flexibility. The upgrade states that the company now has more financial flexibility. About 40% of the company’s total sales is distributed. Retail accounts for 60 percent of its overall sales. Beauty products are offered to customers as well as salon professionals. Around 50 percent of the company’s total revenue comes from experts. A representative from Sally Beauty stated that “About 10 year ago other large-box retailers began expanding into our center attractiveness market to drive visitors.” Sally is a specialist in high-end hair care and home-made hair colour. This is a step above the TGT and Kroger box shades. “Other retailers started to do a better job from the aisle.”