The bfa re-accreditation process ensures that member companies continue to adhere to the Code of Ethics for franchising, operating on sound principles of business and offering a viable business opportunity to franchisees.
The process includes, amongst other criteria: feedback from existing franchisees; financial viability; and confirmation that the franchise agreement follows best practice in ethical franchising.
Ruth Brown, Head of Franchise Development commented:
“As a franchise company in the UK it is not a requirement to be a member of the bfa, but we feel that it is essential to demonstrate to prospective franchises that Home Instead offers best practice in ethical franchising, giving them the assurance that we are working to a regulated code of ethics and that they are joining a stable and credible organisation.”
Home Instead Senior Care is a management franchise and no care experience is needed as full training is provided. With territories available across the UK, it is a fantastic opportunity for people ambitious individuals who have a head for business, great people skills and lots of drive to succeed.