Franchise business model

Calif. Vetos Franchise-Dispute Bill, Upholds the Franchise Model

California Governor Jerry Brown has vetoed a bill intended to give franchisees a stronger position in dealings with corporate franchise systems, ending a legislative battle that fostered surprising alliances between the franchising industry and unions. The bill sought to prevent franchisors from using minor infractions to force franchisees out of their businesses, as 7-Eleven store

Franchisees Go To Washington To Tackle NLRB’s ‘Joint Employer’ Issue

The National Labor Relations Board’s decision to consider McDonald’s a joint employer of its franchisees’ workers was top of mind this month as several hundred gathered for the annual International Franchise Association’s Public Affairs conference in Washington, D.C. “This joint employee-employer thing, if that goes through, that’s a hand grenade in the middle of the [franchising] business

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