Franchise Tips Hanford CA

Becoming a franchise owner can bring you great rewards as well as great responsibilities. Becoming a “boss” can bring you many great benefits for yourself, however you will have all the duties a boss carries. For example you will have to keep the customers happy, produce quality products or services, manage your time, create schedules for employees, manage the books, and you will also be responsible for hiring and firing staff. In this article you will find what you should know about how to reduce employee turnovers.

Jor Law
(818) 450-1550
15233 Ventura Blvd., Ste. 605
Sherman Oaks, CA
Specialties
Business, Mergers & Acquisitions, Banking, Commercial, Debt Agreements, International Law, Licensing, Real Estate, Corporate, Securities Offerings, LLC, Partnership, Venture Capital, Internet, Media, Contracts, Debt Settlement, Entertainment, Equipment Finance, Franchising
Education
Columbia University School of Law,University of California - Berkeley
State Licensing
California, New York

Rochelle Buchsbaum Spandorf
(213) 892-5036
601 S FIGUEROA ST STE 1500
LOS ANGELES, CA
Specialties
Antitrust, Franchising, Business, Corporate, Intellectual Property
Education
Washington University School of Law,Cornell University
State Licensing
California

Robert William Hunt
2200 DOUGLAS BLVD STE 100A
ROSEVILLE, CA
Specialties
Franchising, Business, Litigation, Real Estate, Employment
Education
McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific,University of the Pacific
State Licensing
California

David Herman Schwartz
1 Market Plaza Steuart Tower Suite 1600
San Francisco, CA
Specialties
Fraud, Litigation, Franchising, Insurance
Education
University of California, Hastings College of the Law,University of California - Berkeley
State Licensing
California

Bruce William McDiarmid
50 FREMONT ST
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Specialties
Corporate, Investment Fraud, Litigation, Antitrust, Franchising
Education
Harvard University Law School,University of California - Berkeley
State Licensing
California

Martin James Foley
601 S FIGUEROA ST STE 1500
LOS ANGELES, CA
Specialties
Litigation, Patent Application, Antitrust, Franchising
Education
University of Southern California,University of Southern California,University of Southern Californi
State Licensing
California

Min Kyung Chai
16148 SAND CANYON AVE
IRVINE, CA
Specialties
Corporate, Real Estate, Franchising
Education
University of San Francisco School of Law,University of California - Riverside
State Licensing
California

William Edward Saul
(510) 234-5102
1160 Brickyard Cove Rd., Suite 201
Pt. Richmond, CA
Specialties
Business, Tax, Franchising
Education
PurdueUniversity,Golden Gate University,University of Cincinnati,University of California - Berkeley
State Licensing
California, Ohio

Dale Robert Ward
12555 HIGH BLUFF DR STE 301
SAN DIEGO, CA
Specialties
Litigation, Defective & Dangerous Products, Franchising, Residential
Education
California Western School of Law,University of California
State Licensing
California

Tareq Mitri Hishmeh
(805) 644-7111
PO BOX 3577
VENTURA, CA
Specialties
Business, Real Estate, Employment, Franchising, Contracts
Education
Loyola Law School,Loyola Marymount Univ
State Licensing
California

Franchise Tips

Becoming a franchise owner can bring you great rewards as well as great responsibilities. Becoming a “boss” can bring you many great benefits for yourself, however you will have all the duties a boss carries. For example you will have to keep the customers happy, produce quality products or services, manage your time, create schedules for employees, manage the books, and you will also be responsible for hiring and firing staff. This is sometime a challenge for franchise owners. Getting and keeping good qualities is hard to manage. Many find that reducing employee turnover can be one of their biggest challenges.

Employee turnover is the ratio of the number of workers that had to be replaced in a given time period to the average number of workers. Basically how many people are coming and going as employees. Some business have what is known as a high turnover rate, which means that have a shorter tenure than those of other companies in that same industry. Having to replace costs you as a business owner time and money.

First of all it costs money to hire employees. You most likely have to pay for their drug test, and other processing fees. You will also spend time and money training them. If you have a trainer, you are paying double the money to train that person as you will pay the trainer and the trainee. You may also lose money if you are understaffed due to not being well staffed.

You will also be losing time since you will have wasted time training them. But keep in mind that it also takes time from your schedule to find and hire new employees. This can be the bigger issue, especially if you lose a qualified and well seasoned employee. You may be concentrating your time to finding new staff and neglecting other responsibilities.

So, here are a few ways to reduce employee turnover:

First start by clearing addressing compensation and benefits from the beginning of the hiring process. This is two main reasons an employee will leave. They need to know what they are making and what they receive by working at your franchise.

Next, provide a training program for all employees. Keep your employees informed. Also if they know what they are doing they will for more comfortable therefore will most likely stay longer.

Provide a clear path for advance. Another primary reason that employees leave is because they feel that they have no room to grow or aren't going anywhere with your franchise. If employees know they can grow and advance they will not feel the need to find a new job.

Provide a good work environment. If your employees are uncomfortable they will not want to stay. They will see that there are other and better options available if you do not provide them with good working conditions and environment.

One main way to avoid employee turnover is to hire the right people from the start. Know what you want and what you don't want for your franchise. Take the time to interview each applicant and get a good feel for them. As a previous trainer for a large company, I could tell within a few minutes if someone was going to work out, and I also knew exactly which managers were conducting interviews.

So, keep your franchise running great by hiring the right people from the start and avoiding high turnover rates!

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