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They pay on time and provide decent benefits
The job of business development coach is essentially delivering legal notices to franchisees to pay their over due bills, deal with franchisees walking away from their businesses and discussions with franchisees about how MTY ruined their lives by taking money from their accounts non stop. I had 6 suicide discussions in 13 months with franchisees. The business model does not work, the goal is to float it to the next buyer who runs into the same issue 6 months down the line. Extensive travel paid from my own pocket, not returned to me for 2 plus months in some cases. Make sure you have big money open on your credit card. Head office was a revolving door with firings happening every month, usually bringing in someone on a lower salary doing more work.
Advice to Management
Provide company credit cards to you staff or pay expenses in a reasonable amount of time. Paying out of pocket is not reasonable without significant pay raises. Adjust the business model to allow franchisees to make a profit.
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Canadians can get fed fast, thanks to this company. MTY Food Group is a leading operator and franchisor of quick-service restaurants in Canada. It has more than 1,850 eateries encompassing about two dozen concepts, including Au Vieux Duluth Express (Mediterranean dishes), Country Style (coffee shops), Croissant Plau, and Tiki-Ming (Asian). It also operates the Taco Time chain of Mexican fast-food restaurants and the Jugo Juice chain smoothie shops in Canada. Many of MTY's eateries can be found in food courts and other high-traffic areas. Almost 30 of the restaurants ...