Minimum Wage Laws Affect Franchisees

Posted on Blog June 30, 2014


Cities like Seattle, which are raising their minimum wage, are treating franchise businesses the same as big businesses. These new laws give small, local businesses until 2021 to comply, while they give big businesses and franchisees alike until 2017. Franchisees argue they’re more like the small businesses. If you find yourself with a franchise problem, call the experts at Zarco Law.


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