Like many franchise owners, Kathy Anderson went into franchising as a second career. After two decades in retail banking, Anderson wanted to go into something she was passionate about. She…Meet Kathy Anderson
When a franchise opens its doors, opportunity abounds. Owners have the ability to provide for their families—but they also provide stable jobs and upward mobility to others, including their friends and neighbors. Franchising enhances the prosperity of our team members through competitive wages, skills training, and career growth for our people, from entry level to management. And that opportunity multiplies. Whether moving up in the business or becoming an owner themselves, these local businesses teach and hone the skills that are essential to success in today’s workforce. So, at every level, franchise workers are on a pathway to success. The future of franchising relies on recruiting and cultivating new talent. It’s why successful franchise owners invest in people from all backgrounds – people who rise to the challenge. Together, we are Open for Opportunity.
Franchise firms pay 2.2 – 3.4% higher wages than similar non-franchises
More than 65% of franchise workers are offered health insurance, a greater proportion than among small establishments in general
More than three-quarters of franchise workers (76%) are offered vacation, holiday, and sick leave
When Clint Ehlers job moved, but he didn’t want to, he had to get creative. Becoming a local franchise owner in the FASTSIGNS network provided him the opportunity to remain…Meet Clint Ehlers
When Lisa Marie Swiatkowski’s brother was in a serious car accident, she watched as nurses in the hospital worked diligently to save his life. It was then and there that…Meet Lisa Marie Swiatkowski