Every sale of a franchise requires a franchise agreement which sets forth the terms that will govern the relationship between the franchisor and franchisee. In the context of a master franchise, there are two franchise agreements – one between the...
As of the writing of this post, New York COVID-19 cases are continuing to drop, and businesses have slowly started to reopen.
If you have a successful home health care business and are considering franchising as a way to expand, this post shares issues to consider.
A revised rule addressing joint employer status under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) announced January 12, 2020 may offer some relief to franchisors. Under the FLSA, employers must comply with federal minimum wage and overtime laws. An...
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Are You Ready to Be a Franchisor?
Are you looking to franchise your business? Not sure where to start? In this exclusive guide for business owners and entrepreneurs, you will learn if you’re ready to grow your brand through franchising.