franchisor


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fran·chis·er

or fran·chi·sor  (frăn′chī′zər)
n.
A corporation that grants a franchise, as to a franchisee.

franchisor

(ˈfræntʃaɪzə)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) another spelling of franchiser
Translations
franchising-antaja

franchisor

[ˌfræntʃaɪˈzɔːʳ] Nfranquiciador(a) m/f, (compañía f) concesionaria f
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Q: What is the single most important factor that franchisees should look for in a franchisor before buying a franchise and why?
During this period, the franchisee will go through an extensive training program that should build a strong, close relationship between the franchisor and the franchisee.
The Texas Labor Code has been amended to provide that a franchisor is not considered an employer for claims related to employment discrimination, wage payment, the Texas Minimum Wage Act, and the Texas Workers' Compensation Act, among other laws.
The first and the toughest challenge that every franchisee-to-be must be ready to accept is the ability to fulfill piles of requirements 'ordered' by the franchisor , counting from the required capital, location, design, building size, staff quantity and skills, and many more.
Franchising means using a tried and tested formula to benefit from the experience and support of the franchisor (the company offering the franchise).
Problem: Franchisor A has an unhappy franchisee who is now writing nasty things about the company on his individual website.
In light of the proliferation since 1978 of franchises across the country offering a vast array of goods and services, and recognizing technological changes that simplify the transmission of information but that can also enable an unscrupulous franchisor to exploit inexperienced prospective franchisees, the FTC recently revised The Rule for the first time since 1978.
Before you get started, make sure that you go through the franchisor's Uniform Franchise Offering Circular, a legal document that provides the information needed to evaluate the franchisor.
Misunderstandings can sour the relationship for both franchisor and franchisee.
The issue of franchisor liability centers on two legal considerations: