JCPenney Salon Hosts National Hiring Day to Attract 6,000 Skilled Stylists

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As JCPenney continues to transform its salon locations to the Salon by InStyle, the company is hosting a National Hiring Day event for salon stylists on Monday, March 4, at salons across the country. With over 750 locations, we are proud to operate one of the largest, full-service salons in the U.S. and we’re searching for 6,000 talented stylists to add volume to our booming business.

During this unique National Hiring Day event, salon education managers will host a free hands-on class ($300 value!) about foilayage, color mélange or pastellics at select locations. Licensed stylists and cosmetology students are encouraged to attend this event, meet with the salon team and apply for a stylist position at their local JCPenney salon.

There are many benefits to being a JCPenney salon stylist. Highly experienced stylists can take advantage of up to 70 percent commission, no booth rental fees, up to $1,000 bonus based on performance and flexible scheduling. JCPenney stylists also enjoy perks such as paid professional training, health benefits for full-time stylists, paid time off, 401K eligibility and a generous associate discount.

JCPenney creative directors win three NAHA awards

Dilek Onur-Taylor and Michelle O’Connor, creative directors for JCPenney Salon & The Salon by InStyle

The North American Hairstyling Awards (NAHA) is the most prestigious hair and beauty competition in North America and recognizes the industry’s most talented artists for technical skill, creative vision and flawless execution. JCPenney Salon & The Salon by InStyle creative directors, Michelle O’Connor and Dilek Onur-Taylor, were nominated in five NAHA categories, demonstrating their talent, expertise and artistry as respected stylists in the industry. These incredibly skilled beauty professionals won three NAHA awards for their cutting-edge work earlier this year. O’Connor took home the win in the texture and avant garde categories, and Taylor won for her work in the editorial category. This marks the third year that O’Connor has won for her texture work. In addition to the team’s first place awards, the Salon by InStyle was also nominated in two other categories, including Team of the Year.

O’Connor and Taylor provide creative direction, create seasonal trends and influence training programs for the Company’s more than 10,000 stylists. We are incredibly proud to have such talented, NAHA-award winning artists on the JCPenney Salon & The Salon by InStyle team.

NAHA 2019 Avant Garde Winner: Michelle O’Connor

The avant garde category celebrates novel, innovative, unique or experimental concepts in hair. These are fashion forward, progressive, imaginative and edgy hair styles.

NAHA 2019 Editorial Winner: Dilek Onur-Taylor

The editorial category impacts the world of fashion, pushing the boundaries of wearable hair while complementing an overall look. This is award recognizes the best consumer or commercial work. 

NAHA 2019 Texture Winner: Michelle O’Connor

The texture category recognizes the stylist who designs looks to complement the individuality of diverse hair textures. This includes naturally textured hair or textured hair created by heat or chemicals.