Wearing quarter-zip golf pullovers rather than business suits. Learning to bake New York-style bagels. Skipping makeup and using the Zoom touch-up feature instead. Six franchise executives talk about what’s changed since March 2020 and the world shut down, and what they can’t wait to do once the pandemic is at bay.
Formalized programs and career development resources help multi-unit franchisees extend their culture beyond the buzzwords to retain talent. And hiring experts say while compensation matters, making employees feel appreciated can prove even more important.
On one hand, old people waited in line overnight and around several blocks to get the COVID-19 vaccine in Florida, while the governor criticized “vaccine tourists” who were flying to Miami to get the shot ahead of their turn.
New space or no space? As COVID continues, franchises decide whether to bring everyone back together in new headquarters, do a hub model, keep everyone at home or a hybrid of all three. Here, execs discuss the options.
May 20, 2021
Don’t miss an opportunity to learn more about exciting franchise brands and also get the inside intel on franchising!
June 10, 2021
Get a little pro bono legal insight from our roundtable of esteemed franchise law professionals as we look ahead to 2021 and beyond.