No matter the state of the current economic landscape, or what sector you operate in, employee retention will always be a hot topic.
Running a successful is business is difficult and there are many pitfalls to be aware of in a rapidly-changing employment landscape.
Just as the owner of a conventional business would hardly be expected to take on any old person into their workforce, franchisors face the additional risk of considerable damage to their brand by selecting inappropriate franchisees
The responsibility of the entire network rests on the franchisor’s shoulders. So leaders must take care of their own mental health for the welfare of the franchise
From soft skills to background checks, do you have what it takes to find the right employee for your franchise?
With so much focus on millennials, are we in danger of forgetting about Generation X in the recruitment process?
Recently we encountered a holiday pay issue. Our client had engaged a contractor (on an agreed ‘self-employed’ basis) for over twenty years
Over the recent Easter break, David Glover of Caremark took time away from the franchise’s West Sussex-based head office to enjoy a holiday with his wife and son – something he prioritises, for the good of the franchise and his family. Here’s why
Pip Wilkins, CEO at the British Franchise Association, delves into how you can find your franchisee match
While it’s important for businesses to be more inclusive, this year has seen a new wave of feminists. But has the battle for equality gone too far?