A huge amount of attention is dedicated to getting franchisees up to speed but how should their own staff be trained?
With the rules of power dressing for men looking more complicated than ever, franchisors are walking a sartorial tightrope
Franchisors and F1 drivers may seem a world apart but they both have to manage their stress levels or risk hitting the wall
The first three weeks as a franchisee can be a tough gauntlet to run. Fortunately, Caroline Crabbe, general manager at Jo Jingles, reveals her survival guide for your first month as a franchisee
Franchisors looking to win the talent war cannot afford to have bad employer brands
When buying into a franchise, mums demand both flexibility and a sense of community
Lindsay Parkinson, employment law consultant, Avensure reveals how investigating potential misconduct in the right way can prevent costly mistakes down the line
With more international cases emerging where franchisors are being held liable for employment law breeches committed by franchisees, how can they protect themselves?
A rigorous interview process can ensure that franchisors bag the very best franchisees
Attracting and developing top talent is only half the battle: the smartest franchisors are those that use top-performing franchisees to encourage and support their peers