The Commonwealth of Virginia continues to struggle with a recent joint-employer ruling by the National Labor Relations Board that impacts franchisors and franchisees nationwide.
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Sushi restaurants are popping up in the most unexpected places these days. Want to get in on this hot culinary trend? Here are some of the top sushi restaurant franchise opportunities today.
Not everyone is a coffee drinker. In fact, there are a lot of people who prefer a cup of tea over coffee. That's led to a flood of tea franchises, led by Teavana. But if you want to invest in a franchise company other than the current leaders, check out these other brews.
Franchises aren't all burgers and fries sold at low, low prices. There's a new breed of franchise taking the food service industry by storm. Here are some of the opportunities available.
Car parts and used car sales franchises are growing and adding more jobs to the company. And you need to be an automobile expert to run one of these businesses. Check out some of the top franchise business options in this sector.
New data from ADP shows that franchise businesses added more than 18,000 jobs to the U.S. economy in February. Restaurants and businesses like hotels and motels added the most franchise jobs during the last month.
New data from BoeFly and 1851 Franchise shows that franchise business owners are having a much easier time securing financing for the businesses than was the case following the Great Recession in 2008.
The International Franchise Association is looking to get a case before the U.S. Supreme Court. It wants a ruling overturned that would force many franchise businesses to increase the minimum wage in Seattle to $15 per hour by 2018.
Franchise businesses continue to contribute to economic growth. New numbers from ADP and Moody's Analytics show franchises creating 20,000 new jobs in January.
Does Seattle's proposed minimum wage hike adversely hurt franchise businesses more than others? Not necessarily. Having a plan to combat the wage hike to maintain profits probably makes the better prepared than an independent business.
Franchise owners who are enlisted in one of the armed services or who face being enlisted to active duty away from their business may not be able to get a refund on your initial franchise fee.