Lisa Law, National Franchise Manager for Snap-on Tools, has played a pivotal role in maintaining the brand’s commitment to open communication since joining the global tool specialist 16 years ago.
The move to franchising for an established and successful business can be an attractive and compelling one. However, it comes with its pitfalls, particularly in terms of employment.
The key to fulfilment lies in the difference between having a job and finding your vocation, says Ian Christelow of ActionCOACH.
Australian hair salon franchise, Just Cuts, first landed on UK shores in January 2018, launching a company-owned kiosk salon in Lakeside shopping centre.
For many businesses the back-to-school recruitment push is huge every year.
Belvoir CEO Dorian Gonsalves advises on the importance of adapting to change…
When times became tough during lockdown, the Creation Station lived up to its name by taking a creative approach to solving problems. Sarah Cressall explains how.
Franchisees and franchisors should be aware of the changing employment landscape. Sue Tumelty of The HR Dept helps clarify what can be a confusing situation.
With the furlough scheme holding back a tsunami of employment issues, Sue Tumelty of The HR Dept offers advice on how UK businesses can deal with the impending crisis.
In this month’s column for Elite Franchise, Ian Christelow talks about the importance of putting collective glory ahead of personal gain.