Why Are Senior Care Franchises in High Demand

BrightStar Care Franchises Are In Great Demand

Elder care is in great demand and will be for the next 20+ years or more. We can owe this to a large amount of aging baby boomers and their parents. All across the nation there is a need for elder care services, and you will easily find that your senior care business will have no shortage of clients who are thankful for your services. As the the demographics of our population swift toward more elderly what are the care options for the aging?  They are 1. Senior Housing, 2. Assisted Living, and 3. Home Care.  BrightStar Care franchises fit perfectly into this growing market.

This Is A Business That You Will Be Proud To Own

We do our best work when we are proud and find purpose in what we are doing. You will find pride and purpose in operating a BrightStar Care franchise. You will be running a business that helps families take care of their aging loved ones.

BrightStar Care In Home Senior Care

You will be responsible for helping an elderly person remain in their home so that they are not stripped away from the memories that they built in their home. You will be doing something that matters and that will make coming to work not just about profit but about purpose. When you have that purpose, you will do whatever it takes to make your business grow as much as it possibly can.

This Business Isn’t For Everyone

Not everyone attracted to this industry will have the right attributes and mindset to own a franchise. Many people with the right mind and heart will see that this is the perfect business for them. But there are financial requirements that act as a gatekeeper. These financial qualifications are not to be exclusionary but to ensure that when a BrightStar Care franchise is opened in an area, that it stays open and does not close due to the lack of financial resources.

As you can see, for the right person this is the perfect franchise opportunity. It is a franchise opportunity that offers plenty of training to ensure success. It is in an industry that is on an upward growth curve for the next 20 years or more. It is a business needed in most communities around the United States. The aging populace will ensure that you will have a strong client base for many decades to come. It is a business that you will be happy and proud to run, and the work that you do will matter.

BrightStar Care’s Co-Founder and CEO, Shelly Sun had a vision and began franchising in 2005.  Her business has grown to over a $300 million with franchises in over 300 locations.

Being a leader in the home care franchise business Shelly has currently been at the forefront of opposing an NLRB Joint-Employer ruling.  This latest anti-business ruling by the National Labor Relations Board has the franchise industry worried that this ruling could be the end of the independent business model.

See this article to learn some of what is happening and how Shelly Sun is involved: http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20150916006605/en/#.VftER_QhFdU.

When it comes to the recent National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) joint-employer ruling, there is a clear line drawn in the sand. On one side, those that believe the franchisor should be held liable for routine business decisions of individual franchisees and on the other, those that believe that this type of ruling could abolish the independent business model all together.

“The recent decision is not taking all of the factors into consideration if it was applied to the franchise business model and that is the way the NLRB is signaling that it may go,” says Sun. “NLRB overreach and new definition of joint employer applied to the franchising business model would mean that franchisees are no longer the decision makers which makes it harder for them to grow and prevents them from ultimately hiring more employees.”

If you would like to learn more about how this Democratic, Obama-appointed NLRB ruling is putting the franchising business model at great risk, read this report “Opportunity at Rick“.

Below is a video of a BrightStar Care franchise owner, just the type of independent businessperson this ruling affects.


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