Franchisors Not Alone in Joint Employer Fight
Seven states have stepped out and are fighting back against a 2015 National Labor Relations Board ruling that makes it easier for franchise employees to hold franchisors accountable for labor violations.
Facing The Franchisor Inspection Monster
All franchise companies have a system of regular inspections of their company and franchise operations. Below is a list of tactics you can use to get the most out of the experience.
Franchising Is A Strong Business Model in Mexico
Franchising including International Franchising is an incredibly strong business model in Mexico. Here are just a few examples of successful U.S based Franchises that have an important presence in Mexico.
Latest Social Media Platforms
Latest Social Media Platforms making it easier for businesses to engage with customers. Let’s take a look at just some of the latest updates from the major platforms business.
Franchisors and Franchise Candidates Should Focus on Five Important Areas
Whether it’s a franchisee operating a franchise or a candidate evaluating a franchise, when the franchisor and franchise candidates focus on the following five areas, the potential for a successful franchise system will increase.
Helping To Build Sales With Current Franchise Operating Locations
Everything you read about franchising has to do with selling more franchises. What about a major focus on helping to build sales with current franchise operating locations? Here are your key areas that need to be addressed.
Put That Content to Work!
Wouldn’t it be nice if managing content was automatic in real-time and tailored to end customers? Content represents currency to your franchisees – it’s their connection with their customers.
Fine Tuning your Lead Management Processes!
We’re at the half way mark of 2016 and just like that, it’s time again for the IFE. Back in my days as an exhibiting franchisor, I always went to the IFE knowing that I’d meet some of my best and brightest future franchisees.
Evolving Application of the ADAAA
Most franchisees are familiar with the Americans with Disabilities Act as Amended, which prohibits disability discrimination in places of public accommodation, the reach of the ADAAA has also continued to evolve.