HairLoss.com, the world's largest social network community dedicated to solving hair loss and baldness has created a "Client Bill of Rights" for hair loss sufferers. Hair loss service providers are urged to act in compliance with the Bill.
Online PR News – 12-April-2012 – Fort Lauderdale, FL – FT. LAUDERDALE, FL. -- HairLoss.com, the most comprehensive online social network community dedicated to all-things hair loss announced it would lead an industry-wide effort to raise the standards of service within the hair loss industry. Commencing this effort is the newly released "Client Bill of Rights," part of HairLoss.com's larger endeavor to be even more instrumental in improving client satisfaction in the multi-billion dollar hair loss industry.
According to Michael Garcia, spokesperson for HairLoss.com, this "Client Bill of Rights" is first and foremost designed to improve the relationship between client and provider by proposing greater effort on the part of the client to perform due diligence and greater effort on the part of the provider to fully disclose information about services and products being provided.
"As the most comprehensive online resource on the Internet for learning about hair loss treatments and conditions, HairLoss.com has every reason to improve the professional and personal bond between a hair loss sufferer and the hair loss provider," said Garcia. "This is a relationship-oriented industry. Nobody sells widgets. They sell long-term service relationships intended to last a long time, and our innovative 'Client Bill of Rights' better defines this relationship for the buyer and seller."
The long-standing and influential hair loss website has produced an official online seal to be displayed on an associate hair loss solutions provider's own website in order to illustrate to prospective clients that they are compliant with the "Client Bill of Rights." This official seal--designed to enhance the look of any website and in any format--is available for immediate download at HairLoss.com.
"It's the position of HairLoss.com that providers who master the relationship with the client will succeed as a business and raise the industry to a new standard," said spokesperson Garcia, "and we see our 'Client Bill of Rights' as an affirmative reminder to service providers to keep those values in their awareness because the vast number of studios and salons already share these values and care a great deal for the clients."
According to Garcia, the timely publication and development of this rights bill is the first step of a larger plan that will eventually introduce to the hair loss industry a expert ratings system, in addition to a certification and continuing education courses and workshops for hair loss professionals.