How to navigate the thin line between support and control when assessing a franchisor’s business model?
The importance of franchisee morale cannot be understated. And it is the responsibility of the franchisor to keep his or her business partner’s motivation levels high at all times.
Success doesn’t generally happen by chance! Sure, it requires hard work in the form of blood, sweat and tears but it also needs some mental effort too!
Setting up any business can be tricky, let alone one with your partner. As you can imagine, making the commitment to work together, as well as spend your time together outside of work, can be challenging.
In a world that often seems to be getting more divided, it can be the small acts of kindness from people, businesses or services that makes a huge impact on those around us.
Though small U.S. firms are run by fewer people, each worker needs to be an exceptional talent. In many cases, they need to assume the responsibilities of numerous roles each working day.
Franchise recruitment has changed over the years with franchisors now having to meet the challenges of a developing market.
A look through the online news archives suggests that the UK Government publishes a ‘name and shame’ list of employers not paying staff the minimum wage, about once every six months.
Everyone is doing their bit to help the environment. Global warming has accelerated at a much faster rate than anticipated, which has turned heads toward big business. How can they reduce their carbon footprint?
Finding franchisees is easy, but finding the right franchisees is not. It is critical that you make good, well-considered choices about who you decide to award the franchise to